Molded Christmas Chocolate Bark

Molded Christmas Chocolate Bark

Molded Christmas Chocolate Bark

Every year, the day after Christmas, I drag my husband out when it’s still dark and shop the after Christmas sales.  And every year when I open up the Christmas boxes, I’m surprised with what I find in them because I’ve forgotten all about the great things I found at those after Christmas sales.  These Wilton Candy Bark molds were one of those finds last year so this year I got to play around with them!  One 12 oz bag of Wilton candy melts will fill two molds.

Top left, the gingerbread man, is English Toffee flavored candy melts with Heath Toffee bits mixed in.

Top middle, the Christmas tree, is green vanilla flavored candy melts with crushed Oreo mixed in.

Top right, the darker gingerbread man, is dark chocolate candy melts with crushed Oreo sprinkled on top rather than mixed into the melted chocolate.

Bottom left, the candy cane, is red vanilla flavored candy melts with crushed Oreo mixed in.

Bottom middle, the snowflake, is white vanilla flavored candy melts with crushed Oreo mixed in.

Bottom right, the Christmas tree, the top is white vanilla with Oreos mixed in and the bottom is English Toffee with toffee bits mixed in.  I didn’t have enough of either flavor to fill the mold so decided to experiment and pour both in.  I really like the way it looks and wish I had done that with some of the others.  I guess there is always next year.

Directions, follow instructions on candy melt bag to melt candy melts, stir in mix ins, pour into molds and put in fridge until set, about 30 minutes or so.  Remove from mold by carefully twisting and tapping until it comes free.  Try not to handle to much as it will remove the shine from your bark.

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