Chocolate Bark Candy Recipes - Chocolate Chocolate and More! (2024)

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It’s that time of year.

Chocolate Bark Candy has got to be the easiest candy in the world to make. Start with chocolate almond bark, candy melts, baking chocolate or even chocolate chips and then add in your favorite mix ins. There is no wrong recipe for it. Add in candy, cookies, nuts, even bacon. let your imagination go wild!

Buckeye Bark from Chocolate Chocolate and more

Dark Chocolate Bacon Bark from My Disorganized Life

Butterscotch Peanut Butter Bark from I am Baker

Triple Chocolate Smores Bark from A Kitchen Addiction

Strawberries and Cream White Chocolate Barkfrom Chocolate Chocolate and more

Mint Chocolate Cookie Bark from Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen

Biscoff Toffee Bark from 365 Days of Baking

Cowboy Bark from Candiquik

Peanut Butter Cup Bark from Six Sisters Stuff

White Chocolate Peppermint Nut Bark from Blahnik Baker

Magic Bar Bark from Crazy for Crust

White Toasted Almond Bark with Sea Salt from The View from Great Island

Samoa Bark from Cookies and Cups

Cake Batter Chocolate Bark from How Sweet Eats

Chewy Caramel Turtle Bark from Barefeet in the Kitchen

Peppermint Patty Bark from Lemons for Lulu

Nutter Butter Peanut Butter Chocolate Bark from Chocolate Chocolate and more

Salted Caramel Bark from Miss Information

White Chocolate Peppermint Bark from Chocolate Chocolate and more

Fruity Chocolate Bark from Love and Olive Oil

Cookie Dough Chocolate Bark from Picky Palate

Cookies and Cream Bark from The View from Great Island

Rocky Road Pretzel Bark from Melissa’s Southern Style Kitchen

Salted Trail Mix Bark from Mountain Mama Cooks

Fruit Jeweled White Chocolate Bark from The Slow Roasted Italian

Donut Crunch Candy Bark from Real Food by Dad

Peanut Butter Swirl Chocolate Bark from Brown Eyed Baker

Espresso Bark from Tutti Dolci

Mint Chocolate Bark from Chocolate Chocolate and more

Caramel Potato Chip Bark from Crazy for Crust

Easy Christmas Bark from Back for Seconds

Peanut Butter Banana Bark from Chocolate Moosey

Peanut Butter M&M Bark from In Katrina’s Kitchen

Salted Caramel Bark from Shugary Sweets

Fudgy Eggnog Pretzel Bark from Recipegirl

Superfood Chocolate Bark from My Whole Food Life

Salted Chocolate Cookie Butter Bark from Wine and Glue

Coconut Almond Crunch Bark from Candiquik

Chocolate Peppermint Bark from Cravings of a Lunatic

Peppermint Oreo Candy Bark from The Slow Roasted Italian

Holiday Candy Crack 3 Ways from Shugary Sweets

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About Grace

When I was younger, I was constantly in the kitchen helping my mom bake. It was fun getting to play with the flour and always getting to lick the spoon. I’ve always expressed an interest in baking and now I feel that it’s the right time for me to take over. I am a college student working towards a nursing degree as well as a full-time aunt to the sweetest little kids (they might pop up in some of the posts). I’ve learned most of what I know about baking and cooking from my mom, and I am continuing to self-teach through trial and error, which means plenty of sweets to be eaten. Read more...

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  1. Tanya says

    Bark if my favorite kind of candy! Thanks for including my peppermint patty bark!!

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  2. Lisa @ Wine & Glue says

    Bark is my FAVORITE thing to make. Or at least my favorite candy to make 😉 Thanks for including me!

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  3. Matt+Robinson says

    So many great creations here, I’m flattered to be in this group. Thanks so much!

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  4. GIO says

    Is this only a visual experience? How do I get the recipe for the bark?

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    • Joan Hayes says

      For each recipe you need to click on the name of the recipe (it’s a link to the original source)

  5. Susan says

    My favorite is pistachio, sour cherry bark! I can send you a picture and recipe if you would like. Just made a batch tonight.

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    • Joan Hayes says

      That sounds yummy!

  6. Koa Feliciano says

    This entire article would be awesome as a downloadable PDF. Hint. 🙂

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  7. Steph @MisplacedBrit says

    Oh WOW! Absolutely delicious sum up 🙂
    …I couldn’t be craving chocolate any more than right now!

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  8. Cheryl Pearson says

    Love all these bark recipes. Perfect idea for our church bazaar! Put in clear bags & tie up with
    decorative bows – many flavors to pick from. No mess in packaging. Thanks So much!

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  9. Beverly Peterson says

    Do you have a cook book?

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    • Joan Hayes says

      I don’t, I’m sorry! 🙁

  10. Nancy Todd says

    Love love love these recipes. My cookie exchange for this year is going to be bags of chocolate bark! I’ve been doing a peanut/pretzel/white chocolate one for years. It will be nice to change it up a bit!

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  11. Jenn Nilsson says

    They all look SOOOOO good! I would love to Pin this for later reference, but it won’t allow me to. Any idea why?

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    • Joan Hayes says

      are you trying to use the pin button at the top of the post?

  12. sandi says

    I was wondering if you had a bark that’s a Milk Chocolate toffee bark …. it like the bark that’s in Health bars.. tysm

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