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Valentine’s Candy Bark

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The easiest Valentine’s treat you can make!  This Valentine’s Candy Bark makes a perfect treat to make and give!

Hey guys!!!!  So this was my first week back in the blogging saddle after having a fabulous holiday break.  Let’s just say it was not a successful first day back.  I had planned to share with you some Chocolate Dipped Peppermint Meringues for our Valentine’s series.  Well my chocolate seized and was unusable.  That was okay, I would just drizzle them with red chocolate.  They looked like I murdered a bunch of hearts.  It was gruesome, not pretty, not cute and not romantic.  Sooooo I am sharing with you one of my favorite Valentine’s Day recipes from last year.  It is still a favorite around here!

So this weekend Dean had a little cabin fever and I needed something to keep him busy and this Valentine’s Candy Bark was just the thing.

He had so much fun making it and was so proud of himself.  He especially loved eating it!

This is a great project to do with kids because you can set out their favorite candies and sprinkles and just let them go to town!  You can even use smaller pans for the chocolate so each kid gets their own to decorate.

We used Valentine’s candy corn (found them at Wal-mart in the seasonal aisle), m&ms and sprinkles (Target dollar spot).

So get your kids in the kitchen and let them create their own little masterpieces.  When they are done, break up the bark into pieces and it makes great little homemade gifts for Valentine’s Day!!

Dean was so happy to help mama “cook”.

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Then he got a little carried away with the toppings lol!  He was getting ready to drop a handful of candy on it in this picture lol!IMG_0731

Valentine’s Candy Bark

Valentine’s Candy Bark

Ingredients

  • 1 pound white almond bark, or white bakers chocolate
  • Assorted toppings like sprinkles, candy, even pretzels or cookies!

Instructions

  1. Melt the chocolate in 30 second intervals in a bowl in the microwave until smooth, or in a double boiler on the stove.
  2. Prepare a 9x13 dish with foil lightly sprayed or oiled.
  3. Pour the melted chocolate in the pan and gently spread evenly.
  4. Top with all your favorite toppings while the chocolate is still melted.
  5. Let sit about 4 hours until cooled.
  6. Break into pieces and serve!
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71 Comments

  1. Wow, this is just so cute Parrish! And so is you little boy! I love the color of the candy against the white. Good job, and I followed you to see more of your work in the future.

  2. Thank you for linking up your wonderful recipes to our round-up this week. I’m headed to the store tomorrow to grab everything to make this, my kids will LOVE it!.
    ~Jenn
    housewivesofriverton.com

  3. Love the contrast in colors! We do festive colors for all the holidays. One year I was able to find some shamrock shaped sprinkles and we did an almond bark for March. Stopping by from the SITS girls link party!

  4. I totally support your little dude’s getting carried away with his bark toppings–bring on the sprinkles! I love bark in any form and I love all the Valentine’s candy. I had no idea candy corn existed in February!

  5. Wow, I don’t think I ever knew this is such an easy recipe! My boys would love making it. I LOVE your photos too, I need to know your secret to such pretty pics. I’ve pinned to my Valentines board & I’m putting it on my to-make list this week :)
    -Molly from Just a Little Creativity

  6. These were great!! So easy to make!!! I made them with m&ms, candy corn, pretzels and jimmies. They were so good. My husband and son couldn’t stop eating it. I made them for my daughter and other midshipman at the US Merchant Marine Academy. I hope they love them as much as we do. Thanks for the recipe.5 stars

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