Thank you to Reynolds Consumer Products for sponsoring today’s post and inspiring me to try their new line of portable Bakeware.
Peppermint Bark has always been a holiday favorite of mine. I love the taste of the peppermint with the rich creamy almond bark. I found some cute ideas on Pinterest for peppermints shaped into hearts and filled with white chocolate or almond bark and they looked so cute. I wanted to recreate that idea into a whole tray of Peppermint Heart Bark for a Christmas party! It was so easy to make and it makes a lot at once. So much easier to make than the original. I made mine in a Reynolds disposable parchment lined 12×8” Sheet Cake Pan which made it so easy to make and take! I love the Reynolds Bakeware and the parchment lined bakeware can easily go from oven to table and offers the same Non-Stick, oven-safe benefits of Reynolds Genuine Parchment Paper. The parchment lining let this Peppermint Heart Bark slide right off after it was finished hardening without any oils or cooking sprays.
This one also came with a convenient lid which made it so easy to transport. Reynolds disposable bakeware is perfect for holiday gift giving or taking to any get together with an attractive exterior color. Disposable pans provide quick and easy clean up which is especially important when you are bringing something away from home. Check out this $1 off one Reynolds Bakeware item coupon!
Such an easy recipe and the peppermints make such a fun design!
Peppermint Heart Bark
- 1 package almond bark melted
- 1/2 cup peppermints that have been crushed
- 20 small candy canes that are intact
- Combine melted almond bark and half of the crushed peppermints together in a medium bowl. Pour the mixture into the Reynolds parchment lined bakeware (12x8 sheet cake pan) and spread it out evenly inside. Sprinkle evenly the rest of the crushed peppermints and then add the intact peppermints in rows of heart shapes by putting them together in a heart shape. You can harden the bark faster by placing in the refrigerator for 10 minutes. Enjoy!
My kids really liked helping with this special treat too. I remember my mom making peppermint bark every once in a while at Christmas and so this is always a special treat for the holidays.
What is your favorite recipe to take to events or to make for someone at Christmas? For more ways to make this holiday season the most delicious one yet be sure to visit Reynolds!