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December 11, 2014

Candy Cane Bark

My go-to treat to make during the holidays (and actually - for any occasion when I'm short on time and energy) is bark.  I just melt some Vanilla or Chocolate Almond Bark, mix in/sprinkle on candies, nuts, pretzels, etc., chill, and done!

For Christmas, I often make Candy Cane Bark for neighbors or my kids' teachers.


I usually make them one-layered, but this time I made the bark two-layered, and did them two different ways (I like the Vanilla Almond layer on top better than the Chocolate Almond layer on top - it just looks nicer!).

I simply took 1/2 the package of one of the flavors of almond bark and heated it in the microwave for 1 minute.  I spread the melted chocolate on a parchment-lined pan and chilled it in the refrigerator for at least 30 minutes.

I then took 1/2 the package of the other flavor of almond bark, heated it in the microwave for 1 minute, and spread it on top of the first layer.  Then I sprinkled on crushed candy canes, and chilled for another 30 minutes before breaking the bark into pieces.

If you're not going to make layers, simply heat the entire package of bark in the microwave for 90 seconds, and reheat in 30-second increments if necessary.

They are so easy to make, and so yummy too!

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