Ready in 40 minutes
An easy peanut brittle type recipe
"I make this each year. Last year I added some globs of melted chocolate semi-sweet chips & dragged a knife through it for a beautiful feathered look. So good!
I don't add the flavouring & find white chocolate chips extremely difficult to work with. "
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Place candy canes in a plastic bag and hammer into 1/4-inch chunks or smaller. Melt the chocolate in a double boiler. Combine candy cane chunks with chocolate (add peppermint flavoring at this point if desired.)
Pour mixture onto a cookie sheet layered with parchment or waxed paper and place in the refrigerator for 45 minutes or until firm. Remove from cookie sheet and break into pieces (like peanut brittle.)
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BigOven110 6 days 2 hours agoLove it!!
Neilette 10 months agoEasy to prepare and a delicious festive gift for the holidays! Using the microwave was an easy no-fail way to melt the chocolate.
ladybugkatiebug 11 month agoI love peppermint bark and this recipe is delicious
Saintly 11 month agoI make this each year. Last year I added some globs of melted chocolate semi-sweet chips & dragged a knife through it for a beautiful feathered look. So good! I don't add the flavouring & find white chocolate chips extremely difficult to work with.
Shortyshort101 1 year agoVery Scrumptious and delightful for a Christmas spirit.
sgrishka 5 years agoThis was a very good, kid friendly recipe. It was extremely easy to make and used very few ingredients. My young nieces were exceedingly happy with both the great appearance and the tasty results that they were able to achieve.
TifDaSplif 5 years agoIf you’re not crazy about white chocolate you can substitute with vanilla baking chips. [I posted this recipe.]