Football Field Bark

Raven Higheagle


My family is your typical, psychotic obsessed Texans football family. The family was over to watch the game and my mom put me in charge of desserts. I made a few of my favorite football inspired sweets and this Football Field Bark.
Sadly, it wasn't lucky enough for us to win but it was the perfect combo of mint and chocolate. And the left overs definitely made for some great "depression" snacking after our loss.


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Makes 36 Bars (more or less)
20 Min
20 Min


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1 lb
good melting chocolate ( bars, chips, melts)
1 lb
good melting white chocolate
green food coloring
1 c
crushed mint m&m's
1 c
andes mint baking chips
green colored sugar

How to Make Football Field Bark


  • 1Using whatever method you prefer, melt your chocolate and pour/spread it evenly on a baking sheet lined with a Silpat or wax paper. (I microwave the chocolate)
  • 2Let that layer sit while you melt your white chocolate.
  • 3Once the white chocolate is melted stir in green food coloring until it reaches your desired shade of green.
  • 4Pour/spread the white chocolate over the regular chocolate layer.
  • 5Top with crushed mint M&M's, Andes Mint Baking Chips, and sprinkle with green sugar.
  • 6Refrigerate until completely set.
  • 7Break into bite sized pieces and enjoy.

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