This peppermint bark looks and tastes like it came from a specialty treat shop.
Recipe Source: Dinner at the Zoo
- 60 min prep
- 5 min cook
This peppermint bark consists of three layers- semi-sweet chocolate, peppermint white chocolate, and crushed peppermint.
What Makes This Pinworthy?
Peppermint bark is a classic Christmas treat and, even though this recipe might be simple, Dinner at the Zoo gets it all right. There is the perfect amount of chocolate and peppermint, and it is easy to eat without being too crunchy.
One of the best things about this recipe is how simple it is to make. The only reason it has a longer prep time is because the semi-sweet chocolate layer has to set up before the white chocolate and peppermint can be added. It is a simple matter of melting and layering two kinds of chocolate before topping it all with crushed peppermint- Christmas baking doesn’t get much easier than that.
This recipe is also wonderfully frugal to make. It should cost about ten dollars to make, and it makes a lot of peppermint bark. Because it hardens up so well, it is perfect as part of a holiday treat tray or to be gifted to family and friends.
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