Peppermint Bark Recipe

Posted on: December 07, 2012
Peppermint Bark Recipe

Happy December everyone! It’s Katherine, the Duchess, from the Duchess of Plumewood! You know it’s the holiday season when the smell of peppermint wafts out of every Starbucks and bakery you pass! So, there really cannot be a holiday dessert recipe without this essential ingredient! Today I am going to show you how to easily make a delicious holiday snack. You can put this out for parties, crumble it over popcorn (it’s so good!), give it as gifts, or you can just keep it by the stove and snack while cooking!

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Peppermint Bark! Two simple ingredients that equal lots of happy faces!

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Peppermint Bark


  • White chocolate (bars or pieces, amount depending on how much you want to make)
  • Peppermint candies (sticks, canes, circles, or bits, again amount depending on how much you want to make and how much you want to put in)


  1. Place peppermint candy in a big plastic bag (some might need to double bag it) and smash those pieces up! Get out that holiday stress!
  2. Melt the white chocolate in a bowl.
  3. Pour your melted white chocolate on to a cookie sheet lined in wax paper and spread out evenly with a spatula.
  4. Crumble the peppermint bits in. You can put as much or as little as you want!
  5. Stick the cookie sheet in the fridge until the chocolate is cooled. I leave it in overnight just to be safe.
  6. Break the chocolate into pieces and try not to eat too many!


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XO, Katherine

P.S. You can read my bio here!

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  1. Is the December calendar out? I can’t find it? :(

    • Hi Heidi, The December calendars are up on!

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