Delicious Peppermint Chocolate Bark Holiday Treat

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During the holidays I try and get creative (especially when it comes to teacher and staff gifts!) and create some goodies – OH YUMNESS!  I made the most delicious (and EASY) chocolate peppermint bark which only takes a few ingredients to make! These make amazing and tasty gifts for teachers and students.

Check out how SIMPLE it is!

First you melt 1 1/2 cups of semi-sweet chocolate chips.

Once it it melted add 1/2 tsp. of oil and stir it up!

Then pour it into your favorite silicone mold (we used this festive holiday silicone mold)! You’ll do the SAME exact steps again but with white chocolate (1 1/2 c. white chocolate chips melted with 1 tsp. oil).

Pour the white chocolate over the semi-sweet chocolate after it’s melted and you can use the end of your spoon or a fork to swirl it around a bit like I did.

Then I crushed up peppermints (you can use candy canes too!) and sprinkled it on top then popped the whole thing into my freezer overnight.

The next morning I pulled it out and it was SO easy to pull the chunks right out of the silicone mold. It didn’t stick at all. Plus you clearly see the holiday words and letters on the chocolate side which really made it look nice.

I placed the pieces of peppermint chocolate bark directly onto this holiday parchment paper and wrapped it up for a sweet gift! Then we slipped it inside these baking treat envelopes which are adorable and perfect for teachers gifts! It’s very budget friendly so you can make quite a bit of bark even with the fancy holiday paper and pass it out to all of the staff / teachers that your children come in contact with!

Comments

  1. Sarah Fiack says

    I would love this! I love to make gifts and bake and cook with the kids. We would have a lot of fun with this.

  2. Christine S says

    I would make gifts for all the ladies at my sons’ daycare and all the teachers I am friends with at school. I would also make some for the administrators at my husband’s school. This set looks awesome and the bark recipe looks easy to follow!

  3. Martha says

    I would create goodies for my teaching colleagues–this is such a hard time of year for us, but chocolate helps.

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