Fourth of July Bark
What’s red and white and blue all over (but also includes Oreos and M&Ms and sprinkles and tastes like sweet white chocolate)?
Fourth of July bark!
I can’t even begin to tell you how stinkin’ easy this PLB treat is. Do you have 10 minutes to spare? Then you can make this treat. Are you over the age of 2? Then you can make this treat. Do you like white chocolate? Then you SHOULD MOST DEFINITELY make this treat.
Let me tell you the three main components… white chocolate. Red chocolate. Blue chocolate.
It’s as simple as that!
But I must admit, the best part about this treat is the toppings. You can go bananas! (Although I wouldn’t advise bananas to be a topping because they’ll go bad very quickly, but hey, whatever floats your boat, my friend!) We’re talking chopped up Kit Kats, Reese’s, Oreos, nuts, toffee bits, caramel bits, M&Ms, coconut, the list goes on and on and on and on…
This bark can be tailored to your liking and, in fact, it can be made for any occasion, even other holidays! All you need are various colors of chocolate and toppings.
Take a look at the video below to see how to make Fourth of July bark!
What would be your ideal toppings for this holiday bark? Go ahead and give it a try! And send me a pic of your creation! I love seeing fellow pretty little bakers’ desserts!
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4th of July Bark
- 2 cups white chocolate melts
- ¼ cup almond M&Ms (blue and red only)
- ¼ cup Mini Oreos
- 1/8 cup holiday sprinkles
- 1/8 cup decorating pearls
- 1/8 cup star garnishes
- Large bowl
- Wax (or parchment) paper
- Baking sheet
- Melt the white chocolate melts in a large bowl in the microwave in 30 second increments at 50% power, stirring every time until smooth.
- Scoop all white chocolate onto a wax lined baking sheet. Spread white chocolate evenly with spatula.
- Sprinkle toppings all around the white chocolate, pushing some of the heavier toppings (M&Ms and Oreos) down into the white chocolate.
- Place baking sheet in fridge for 30 minutes to allow white chocolate and toppings to harden.
- Remove from fridge and cut white chocolate into various pieces of different shapes and sizes.
- Keep white chocolate bark in a container and in the fridge until ready to serve.
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