Melted Snowman Bark

This Melted Snowman Bark is the perfect winter dessert. I made this delicious white chocolate dessert this year, for my neighbors. This is also a great recipe for little hands to help with. My kids loved making this recipe with me.

This recipe is definitely a new family favorite at our house. It is so easy to make and it is so fun for the kids to get involved.

All the ingredients are simple, inexpensive, and taste delicious, all mixed together. If you are looking for a simple and delicious holiday treat, you HAVE to try our Melted Snowman Bark.

It comes together in a matter of minutes, and tastes delicious.

I think Santa might even prefer this recipe over cookies.

where can i find the candy eyes?

The candy eyes are usually found on the sprinkle aisle. I have never had a problem finding them at any grocery store. They are all around and so easy to find.

If you just happen to not find them, be sure to ask an employee. If they are sold out, you could also use black frosting, and draw dots, for eyes.

You could also use mini brown M & M’s. I prefer the candy eyes, because they are so cute, and look especially great with this recipe.

what could I use for the nose instead of an orange sprinkle?

If you are looking for a sprinkle nose alternative, we have a few ideas for you. I couldn’t specifically find orange sprinkles, I had to buy a colorful sprinkle container and pick them out.

However, here are a few ideas that would work just as well:

-Mini orange M & M’s
-Orange gel or frosting
-Rolled up orange airhead
-Orange pull and peel licorice
-Candy Corns
-Orange Star bursts, cut and rolled into small pieces

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Serves: 16

Melted Snowman Bark

10 minPrep Time

3 minCook Time

13 minTotal Time

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Ingredients

  • 2 cups white chocolate chips (or almond bark)
  • 8 mini Reese's Peanut Butter cups (cut in half)
  • 32 candy eyeballs
  • 16 long orange sprinkles
  • 32 round candies (I used Sixlets, but you could also use mini M & M's)
  • 16 pretzel sticks (cracked in half)

Instructions

  1. Melt the white chocolate, according to package directions.
  2. Spread it out on a prepared cookie sheet, covered with wax paper.
  3. While the white chocolate is still melted, press in your peanut butter cups, eyeballs, sprinkle nose, round candies, and pretzel arms.
  4. I placed mine in the order of how a melted snowman would look.
  5. Let the bark completely dry, and then break into pieces once dry.
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