Holiday Peppermint Bark makes for a great presentation, and it's easy to do! Add it to your list of Holiday Gift Ideas.
by L. LINDA
, Shorewood, IL on Jan. 2010
This was so easy to make. Used up all the left over candy canes. I will make again.
by J. Jeannine
, Newburgh, NY on Dec. 2009
These came out well except I used candy canes. My son helped by breaking the candy canes & sprinkling them on top of the chocolate. The second batch which went to work, I used white chocolate bark & baking white chocolate. My son added Christmas colored sprinkles to them along with the candy canes.
by M. Meredith
, RALEIGH, NC on Dec. 2009
This is the easiest holiday recipe and makes such a great gift for neighbors and co-workers! I also recommend mixing the peppermint into the chocolate directly or using the green and red candy canes for more color!
by F. Freda
, Paynesville, MN on Dec. 2009
this is a very easy recipe to do. its quick and very good. keeps only a short time in the fridge
Holiday Peppermint Bark
by J. Jean
, Villa Rica, GA on Dec. 2009
This is the easiest and best recipe for peppermint candy I have ever had. Cooking time is 3 minutes, and what a delicious candy to share with others during the holidays.
by B. Barbara
, on Dec. 2009
This is such an easy recipe to prepare, and is an absolutely wonderful addition to a holiday buffet table or gift tin of candies/cookies. The chocolate and peppermint flavors combine to make a sweet and refreshing treat.
by V. Vanessa
, Ringgold, GA on Dec. 2009
I like to make this candy for Christmas. It is so easy and it is great for a swap item. It is also nice for Valentines Day. We like the white or milk chocolate.
by m. mary
, denison, tx on Sep. 2009
Now there is no waiting for the holidays to enjoy this wonderful peppermint bark. This recipe is quick and easy and can be prepared anytime. I keep the bark in a closed container in the refrigerator for that extra umph!! Also like the idea of cinnamon candies. Thanks for such a great recipe!
Double the fun
by K. Katy
, Maryville, TN on Feb. 2009
While this is a wonderful recipe for Christmas, especially for gift giving, I love surprising people with this treat at Valentines. I save left over candy canes or buy several boxes after Christmas when the stores are practically giving them away. They are perfect for making this peppermint bark; I find the candy canes are easier to crush than the round peppermint candies.
by O. OL
, ROYAL OAK, MI on Nov. 2008
Love this recipe-very easy. I add semisweet chocolate as bottom layer then the white. Also use red hot cinnamon for Valentine's Day.Can drizzle semi sweet on top for extra color.
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