These Bark Recipes would be perfect to whip up at home and give as a gift. Plus the work any time of year, not just at the holidays! Personally, though I am a sucker for bark that is holiday themed! Halloween bark, Easter bark, St. Patrick’s Day bark, and especially Christmas bark!
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I wish I could figure out what’s prevented me from trying holiday bark, but I know I love to eat!! I have no idea how people got creative before Kindle books and Pinterest, but I am thankful to have them to find new recipes!!
Supplies For Making Bark
Chocolate– You can use dark chocolate, milk chocolate, or white chocolate to make your bark. Or even a combination! Most often, Almond Bark is used to make bark, but you can use chocolate chips if you would like.
Cookie Sheet– You will use a baking sheet to lay out the chocolate to harden; if you don’t have a cookie sheet, a large plate or container will also work.
Parchment Paper– This will be used underneath the chocolate to allow it to harden on without sticking to the surface.
Toppings– The most commonly used are candy, dried fruits, nuts, pretzels, and crumbled cookies!
Bark Recipes To Try Out:
2 Ingredient Decorative Chocolate Bark– Use chocolate and your favorite sprinkles to make this easy bark! The best part is you can make just a small batch or a large batch of bark. Get the recipe-> here.
Do you make bark at home? What kind do you love to eat? Do you have a go-to holiday recipe that your family loves?