For our next trick, we’re turning all those unwanted candy canes into a chocolaty treat to share with guests or keep to yourself. 😉
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Does anyone actual eat candy canes or are they just decoration for a nice gingerbread house? We’ve made quite a few crafts with them over the years, but can’t recall a time we’ve ever elected to snack on a lone candy cane… What do you think? Are candy canes your Christmas treat of choice?
This white chocolate peppermint bark is super easy to throw together and has just the right mix of chocolate and peppermint to please both the candy cane lovers and haters alike.
Supplies: white chocolate candy melts and candy canes.
1. Melt candy melts in a bowl in the microwave, stirring frequently until smooth.
2. Crush candy canes in a plastic bag with a rolling pin.
3. Line a baking sheet with wax paper and spread the melted chocolate out evenly.
4. Sprinkle crushed candy canes across the melted chocolate quickly before it hardens.
5. Pop the baking sheet into the fridge to fully harden.
6. Break the chocolate into pieces using your hands.
Add to a holiday tin for gift giving or serve on a chilled platter! Chocolate bark is so versatile, you can add just about anything to the melted chocolate! Try chopped nuts and dried fruits, multiple layers of chocolate, crushed pretzels, or even other crushed candies. The possibilities are endless. Enjoy!