Homemade candy bark is something that I look forward to making every year. I love nothing better than the combination of creamy chocolate and crunchy toppings. My favorite combination is dark chocolate and crushed peppermints with a drizzle of white chocolate, but one of the best things about holiday bark is that it comes in a wide variety of flavor combinations.
Below you will find some of the best bark recipes to make, give, and share this holiday season.
8 Best Bark Recipes for the Holiday Season
1. Graham Cracker Peppermint Bark – This easy bark recipe is made by covering graham crackers with melted chocolate and sprinkling it with crushed peppermint candies. This is a fun twist on traditional bark that can be easily customized.
2. Indulgent Turtle Bark – Turtle candies are a classic treat to enjoy around the holidays. Now you can make a batch of this classic candy that can feed a crowd. No one will be able to resist a bite of this indulgent bark.
3. 4-Ingredient Holiday Bark – This 4-Ingredient Holiday Bark is a great treat to make and give to family because it features classic Christmas flavors.
4. Trader Joe’s Copycat Cowboy Bark – Anyone would be delighted to receive this supermarket favorite as a gift this year, especially if it is a homemade version.
5. Pistachio, Cherry, & Dark Chocolate Bark – This homemade holiday bark features a festive combination of pistachios and cherries.
6. Peanut Butter Cookie Dough Bark – The only thing better than bark is bark that has been combined with peanut butter cookie dough. This hybrid bark recipe is sure to become a favorite this holiday season.
7. Simple S’mores Bark – This easy dessert bark recipe will remind you of the campfire classic. With this bark recipe, you can enjoy the taste of a s’more without building a fire or making a mess out of gooey marshmallows.
8. Homemade Trader Joe’s Cowgirl Bark – This tasty copycat bark recipe is perfect for the people in your life who prefer white chocolate to dark. It’s hard to resist the luscious combination of white chocolate, gingersnaps, pretzels, and dried cranberries.