To keep up with the Grinch theme this holiday season, Grinch Bark is also on the menu. This bark is made with white chocolate chips, heart candy, and food coloring!
Bark is very common to eat around the holidays. You can give these treats away or keep them to yourself. After all, what would the Grinch do?
You’ll find that candy bark is SO simple to make. If you aren’t into baking a ton around the holidays, then you might find that the Grinch Bark recipe is for you!
White Chocolate Bark
I have the perfect treat for you this holiday season. It’s not too sweet, but just enough to hit that chocolate craving. Plus, it only takes about 5 minutes to make!
Is your Grinch heart two sizes too small? Feeling like you’re in a holly, jolly sort of mood but the holiday season is already over and done with? Fear not!
We’ve got just the thing to put an extra bounce in your step. This Grinch White Chocolate Bark will bring back all those happy memories of Christmas past, while also giving you something delicious to enjoy today. And it’s so easy to make too! You can’t go wrong with this recipe for sure.
Why You’ll Love This Grinch Dessert
Festive – This festive dessert recipe will be the hit of your holiday party!
Easy to Make – The most complicated thing about this simple recipe is melting chocolate. So easy even the kids can do it.
Perfectly Portable – The holidays are a busy time, which means it can be tough to find time to sit down for a meal. So why not try some Grinch White Chocolate Bark as an afternoon snack? It’s perfectly portioned and won’t spoil your holiday clothes.
Versatile – Want to mix things up? Add some dried cranberries or even salted peanuts instead of sprinkles! You can’t go wrong with this flexible recipe.
You only need four ingredients to make this super simple recipe. This recipe is so easy to make that you can let the kids get into the kitchen and whip up this Grinch dessert recipe.
- white chocolate chips
- red candy hearts
- green and yellow food coloring
See the recipe card for quantities.
How to Make Grinch White Chocolate Bark
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Melt the chocolate over a double boiler, then add 4 drops of green food coloring and 8 drops of yellow food coloring, and stir well.
Pour the chocolate onto the parchment-lined baking sheet and spread out, until it’s about 1.4 inches thick. Add candy hearts, spaced about 1.5 inches apart.
Set aside for an hour to set. Break candy into pieces.
Don’t have everything you need on hand to make this recipe? Sometimes you can substitute ingredients and make things easier on yourself!
- Dairy-free chocolate chips – if you want to switch things up and have a dairy allergy, make sure to use dairy-free white chocolate chips for this recipe.
- Dye-free food coloring – do you have children or adults in your family that need a dye-free option? You can use this food coloring option that is 100% organic.
These substitutions are great if you’d like to change up this recipe to fit your needs a little better.
Do you want to change up this recipe and make it your own? Here are some ways that you can do that!
- Dark chocolate chips – if you don’t want to use white chocolate chips, try dark chocolate chips.
- Different colored sprinkles – skip the heart and add different colored sprinkles.
- Add your favorite candy on top – add a fun crunch to your bark by adding your favorite crunchy candy on top.
If you’re obsessed with Grinch themed desserts, give Grinch Cookies a try!
- double boiler
- baking sheet
- parchment paper
You will need to store this Grinch Bark in a tightly sealed container in a dark cool place.
Freezing this bark is okay! It is recommended to freeze it and then allow to sit out on the counter (room temperature) for enjoying.
If you were to store this Grinch Bark in the fridge, in an airtight container, it would last for around two weeks!
If you don’t have red candy hearts on hand, you can use red sprinkles in the shape of a heart while the bark is still wet.
Do you have questions about this recipe? Here are the answers to the most commonly asked questions.
If not stored properly, bark can go bad. Make sure you store it properly in an airtight container.
Yes! If you double wrap this bark up with plastic, you can freeze it for up to six months.
You can store white chocolate wafers by putting them in a cool, dry place.
More Bark Recipes
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- 11 ounces white chocolate chips
- 20 Candy Hearts
- Yellow and green food coloring
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Melt the chocolate over a double boiler, then add 4 drops of green food coloring and 8 drops of yellow food coloring, and stir well.
- Pour the chocolate onto the parchment lined baking sheet and spread out, until it’s about 1.4 inch thick.
- Add candy hearts, spaced about 1.5 inches apart.
- Set aside for an hour to set.
- Break candy into pieces.