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How To Make Saint Patricks Day Bark

How To Make Saint Patricks Day Bark

Today we have a fabulous tutorial here on the blog on how to make Saint Patricks Day Bark. I hadn’t heard about chocolate bark until a few weeks ago and Sylvia and I attempted our first trial using white chocolate and Oreo cookies. It turned out fantastic and tasted yummy.

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Today I’m sharing this wonderful recipe for Saint Patricks day. I’m sure you will love it.

We will begin with the ingredients.


12 oz bag Wilton dark cocoa candy melts
5-6 Air Heads Xtreme rainbow sour strips
1/2 cup mini marshmallows
1/2 cup mint M&M’s sweets
multi-colored confetti sprinkles
gold ball sprinkles

You can buy these items from Amazon or your local supermarket. In the UK, there is an American food section at Asda where you can find the extremes and green M&Ms.


Line a 10 x 15 baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.

Add the dark cocoa candy melts to a double boiler pan, under low/medium heat. Stir occasionally until melted and smooth.

Pour the melted chocolate on to the parchment-lined baking pan and smooth out evenly with a rubber spatula.

 Lay the rainbow pieces randomly on top of the bark, going different directions.

Add the mini marshmallows and green M&M’s candies on top.

Lastly, sprinkle the multi-colored confetti and gold balls all over the chocolate. You will have to sprinkle rather quickly as the bark begins to harden within 5 minutes.

Chill for 1 hour to allow the bark to completely harden.

Once chilled, break into pieces and serve. HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY!

You can Store the bark in an airtight container for up to two weeks.


Although if it’s anything like my family, Chocolate Bark is unlikely to last two weeks.

I hope you enjoyed the Saint Patricks Day Bark Tutorial. Enjoy and have fun making your Bark


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  1. This looks insanely amazing! I’m not a huge chocolate person, a piece here or there is usually satisfying enough so making a huge thing of bark like this would last forever! Plus, you can buy Lucky Charms marshmallows on Amazon,that would make these even better in my opinion. Love it!

  2. I love it! easy and hassle free! The rainbow colored candy is a nice touch, this will definitely be a hit with the kids on St. Patrick’s Day! I love it.

  3. My mouth is watery. I wish I would have Airheads Xtremes Sour Rainbow Berry one right now. I love sour stuff.

  4. For one, this looks super delicious! Secondly, I love that it looks really easy to make. I am not very gifted in the kitchen, so this would be great for me to try.

  5. This is such a fantastic idea. I love the rainbow sweeties stuck in – it really looks like leprechaun food! Perfect for St Patricks!

  6. It’s super cute! I love how it’s rainbow themed. It almost seems like what you would find at the end of a rainbow.

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