Hi friends. We think Candy Bark is almost a miracle. Are you in the mood for making? It’s one of the easiest treats you’ll ever make, is infinitely adaptable and can be very original. Candy Bark can satisfy an artist, a child or make a beautiful, sophicated Hostess Gift. Whether you’re making these with kids or you’re off to Downton with the gals: choose candy or pick Violets. Come with us below and I’ll show you how.
– Pour White Chocolate onto a sheet of Baking Paper.
– Smooth with spatula, as necessary.
Jelly Beans, Sliced Peeps, Crushed Candy Covered Chocolate Eggs + Dark Chocolate to create a marbled chocolate bark and for decorating!
– Layer Dark Chocolate over White Chocolate.
. Sprinkle with Crushed Candy Covered Easter Eggs
– Marble but drawing a knife in a parallel pattern through the chocolate.
(I love making these and have used the chocolate as paint in several different ways: 1) fill a piping bag and draw details 2. Use a brush and paint with dark chocolate on the white chocolate once the white chocolate is cool 3. Fill a container with a lip and pour the chocolate in a pattern. )
It’s a “piece of cake” to make! We made 6 varieties in 30 minutes before school! (true!) making this such an ultimate quick party treat. Happy Creating and, as always, I’d love to see what you do with this tutorial! Join myself and the full team of Creative Collectiveson Instagram. Tag your Easter Inspiration Projects with a #tccpåsk. (A little Swedish lesson: Påsk = Easter.)
The Creative Collective is made up of: minipiccolini, Mormorsglamour, Craft and Creativity,Hemma med Helena, Pysselbolaget, Lina by the bay, Pastill, Mini Piccolini, Hildas Hem,Made by Mary and me! Hurry to our blogs to see what we’ve made for today!
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