We Can’t Stop Craving This Fourth of July Candy Bark Recipe!


We Can't Stop Craving This Fourth of July Candy Bark Recipe! | thegoodstuff

There are so many ways to celebrate the Fourth of July, and one of them is with delicious treats. After your party or BBQ, let guests partake in a tasty, sweet dessert that’s so easy to make, like my Fourth of July Candy Bark!

If you’ve never made candy bark before, it’s one of my favorite desserts because it’s very simple to make — it’s so easy that kids can join in the fun. It’s also perfectly themed for your Independence Day celebration!

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Fourth of July Candy Bark Recipe

We Can't Stop Craving This Fourth of July Candy Bark Recipe! | thegoodstuff

Ingredients & supplies

  • Candy melts in the colors of your choice (I use Wilton candy melts)
  • Something to melt the candy in (microwavable silicone containers work perfectly)
  • Cookie sheet
  • Wax paper
  • Lollipop sticks for swirling colors
  • Sprinkles in your favorite colors and/or shapes

You can find candy melts, lollipop sticks, and sprinkles online at Amazon — or shop in store and save with the latest Michaels coupon or Hobby Lobby promo code!

Directions

  1. To prepare, line a cookie sheet with the wax paper.
  2. Following the instructions on the back of the candy melts package, melt them in the microwave.
  3. Pour melted candy onto the wax paper and let your children swirl the colors to make fun designs. Then add sprinkles on top before the candy has solidified.
  4. Refrigerate for several hours on the cookie sheet.
  5. Remove from the fridge and use a towel and hammer (or other hard tool) to break up the bark. Place on a decorative plate and enjoy!

I’d love for you to check out the video to learn how it’s done:

I hope you’ll try my Fourth of July Candy Bark recipe and make it a part of your celebration!

We Can't Stop Craving This Fourth of July Candy Bark Recipe! | thegoodstuff


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