We took white chocolate peppermint gelato and mixed in semi-sweet chocolatey flakes to create our Peppermint Bark Gelato, the perfect treat that tastes like winter in a pint. This flavor is only available for a few months out of the year so be sure to grab a pint while you can!
Dark Belgian chocolate is topped with white chocolate, then coated in a layer of crushed organic peppermint candies. Each slab of bark is nearly a quarter inch tall and thick with peppermint. The candy comes packed in a hot red tin.
Perk up your favorite milk-like chocolate with the crisp, bright taste of peppermint! Each bite of dairy free, vegan chocolate is packed with chunks of all natural peppermint candy canes. It's the perfect way to get into the holiday spirit and also get your chocolate fix! Enjoy all three bars for yourself, or share for the holidays with friends and family.
This Chocolate Peppermint Bark holiday box is a premium gourmet gift and a wonderful old-fashioned favorite during the holidays. We make our delicious Chocolate Peppermint Bark by hand with a delicious white chocolate layer over a rich dark chocolate layer and topped with crushed peppermint candy. Gluten Free. Kosher Certified. Handmade in Brooklyn.
Peppermint bark is easy to make with just 5 ingredients. This simple recipe for the classic Christmas treat features 3 layers of white and dark chocolates flavored with peppermint extract, plus crushed candy canes for garnish. The bark sets in an hour, so your holiday treat will be ready for tasting and gift-giving in a snap!
Baah Yarn La Jolla Peppermint bark makes a great holiday color! This self striping Christmas yarn is hand-painted and features a red dip dappled with red speckles. Each skein is made from 100% superwash merino wool. Is also available in super bulky yarn, Peppermint Bark Baah Yarn Sequoia.
Williams Sonoma Peppermint Bark is a well-known holiday treat. This peppermint bark recipe combines both dark chocolate, and white chocolate, peppermint candies, and a bit of peppermint extract. It is hard to beat the way this tastes.
Williams Sonoma Peppermint Bark is a well-known holiday treat. It deliciously combines both dark and white chocolate, peppermint candies, and a few drops of peppermint extract. It is very hard to beat the way this tastes.
You must also be sure to use white chocolate containing cocoa butter and not palm kernel oil or coconut oil. These particular fats are not compatible with the cocoa butter found in good quality dark chocolate, and once your two-tone slabs set, the light and dark layers will separate when you break the bark into pieces.
A delicious treat that doubles as a holiday decoration, our famous Peppermint Bark is back! It starts as two equal layers of melted minty dark and white Belgian chocolate, then gets a sprinkle of crushed peppermints and a playful chocolate drizzle.
Candy cane peppermint bark cheesecake is perfect for the holidays. Try White Chocolate Raspberry Cheesecake, Double Layer Pumpkin Cheesecake, and Pecan Pie Cheesecake for more show-stopping cheesecakes.
It has three delicious layers: Oreo crust, creamy cheesecake filling loaded with peppermint bark pieces, and white chocolate ganache on top garnished with crushed candy canes, whipped cream, and dark chocolate.
PEPPERMINT BARK. Toss chopped frozen peppermint bark with 1 tablespoon flour, then gently stir the pieces into the cheesecake filling and pour over the Oreo crust, smooth the top and place springform pan in a large roasting pan and add 1 inch of hot water to larger pan.
Our limited edition holiday favorite is back! This festive and flavorful Kiva Bar is made of delicious, infused dark chocolate topped with swirls of white chocolate, completed with a dusting of crushed peppermint candy. Take it from us- this seasonal treat makes the perfect stocking stuffer.
I plan on making this for my co-workers for X-Mas. Last year I used a similar recipe ( was all the same steps but ONLY white chocolate) , and the bark had a tendency to melt when out at room temp. Did anyone else have problems with this or any way to fix it I used high quality baking discs.
Michelle, what kind of peppermint candies do you use, is it the softer kind or the hard candies I made some peppermint bark before, using another recipe. I used the hard peppermint candies and the broken candies are too sharp, at one point, it stubbed my tongue, never made it again.
I have a question, I made the bark today but when I went to break it apart the white layer completely separated from the dark. Any idea how to prevent this Id like to use this recipe for Christmas presents this year!
I made this TWICE this Christmas! I added a teaspoon of peppermint extract to the dark chocolate when it was melting, and the result was ABSOLUTELY delicious. I would recommend that you try it!! I also layered coarsely crushed up peppermints between the chocolate and white layers, in addition to the sprinkling on top of the white layer. It resulted in beautifully layered pieces!!
I made this last night and while it tastes good, your peppermint bark looks so much better than mine. I used Ghirardelli white chocolate chips in a double boiler and while the consistency was smooth it was thicker than the bittersweet/semisweet layer. I went ahead with it any way but was wondering if I should have added a few drops of oil to it to thin it out. Do you think that might have helped I know you have to work quickly because too much spreading around causes the chocolate layer to melt and show through. Also this might be a dumb question: How did you crush your candy canes I used my food processor but I think I might have over processed them a little too much. Any guidance you can give would be appreciated.
Michelle, I love peppermint bark and look forward to making it myself!I read the comments about the layers separating and wonder if the white chocolate brand has anything to do with this. Will you share with us which brand of white chocolate you useThanks in advance!
Looks delicious. I LOVE peppermint bark and it is so expensive to purchase so making it is a great option. If you are looking for a new way to use the bark try it in place of chocolate chips in a chocolate chip cookie recipe. Check out the one on my blog: -bark-chocolate-chip-cookies/
The first step is to melt your semisweet chocolate. You can melt your chocolate in the microwave or use a double boiler on the stove. Spread the chocolate into a thin layer on a sheet pan, then put it in the fridge to set up. After that, you simply add a layer of white chocolate flavored with peppermint extract and your crushed candy. Chill the bark until it is completely set. Break or cut your peppermint bark into pieces and serve.
When I added the peppermint extract to the melted white chocolate it immediately thickened so I tried to spread the thickened white chocolate on top of the dark chocolate with a spatula. Ended up with a mess. Should I add the extract before I melt the white chocolate
I prefer the all white chocolate recipe but this recipe is also really good! I added 1/4 tsp of peppermint extract to the dark chocolate too. It made it taste like an andies mint candy. I ended up getting 11 oz of the white morsels and then 4 oz of white chcolate due to the price of 16 oz of white chocolate. I was worried about it not sticking to the dark chocolate so I added the white mixture in with the dark while the dark was still wet. This is a Great recipe. Definitely give it a try!
Leave it until the almond bark and the chocolate is hardened. If you need to hurry it up, do this whole process on lined cookie sheets you can pop in the fridge.When chocolate is hardened, use your hands to break up popcorn into chunks. Toss in a bowl, a jar, a cute package, or in your mouth, and done!
\"One of the best peppermint barks on the market\"! You better believe it! Smooth semisweet chocolate topped with pieces of peppermint and then drizzled with white chocolate. All made by hand, broken into pieces and stacked so you can see it, in an adorable 8 ounce package. Not hidden in a metal tin. Proud and delicious! 59ce067264