White Chocolate Bark In Just 15 Minutes

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Want a delicious white chocolate bark that can be whipped up in just 15 minutes? This easy recipe is perfect for when you need a last minute dessert for a party or want a fun treat for friends and family!

White Chocolate Bark - Want an easy dessert that you can make in 15 minutes? This colorful white chocolate bark recipe is the perfect treat when you need something sweet and you need it fast! It makes a great party food or just a yummy chocolate treat for the family! #whitechocolatebark #chocolate #chocolatebark #dessert #easydessert

One reason I love chocolate bark is because it’s an easy treat that can be whipped up in a hurry. If you need something last minute to bring to a party, this one of my favorite quick go-to recipes (my other favorites are these awesome no-bake cheesecake bites with berries and no-bake Oreo cheesecake bites). You can even have a theme and make pretty chocolate hearts for Valentines day or candy corn bark for Halloween.

The best part is that you can use whatever you have on hand to make this white chocolate bark. As long as you’ve got the chocolate, you can just search your pantry and find fun toppings.

I used pretzels, chocolate candy and sprinkles for this white chocolate bark but the possibilities are endless…use raisins, dried cranberries, nuts, crumbled Oreos, peppermint and more. Almost everything tastes great with chocolate, right? You can change it up even more and make this delicious Caramel Pretzel Bark too.

White Chocolate Bark

It doesn’t really get much easier! Start by breaking skinny pretzel sticks until you have about 1/4 cup.

You can add so many things to white chocolate bark, including pretzels

You’ll also need mini chocolate candies (but if you can’t find the minis, big ones will work too).

These chocolate candies add color to white chocolate bark
You can't have white chocolate bark without the chocolate

Of course, you can’t make white chocolate bark without plenty of white chocolate!

The only tricky part can be melting the white chocolate. While I melt regular chocolate in the microwave, you can’t do that with white chocolate because it will often seize up and become a weird consistency.

I’ve found that the easiest way is to put an inch or two of water in a large saucepan and bring it to a boil. After turning the heat down to simmer, I put a bowl of chocolate chips on top of the saucepan and stir frequently. Adding just a little vegetable oil gives it an even smoother consistency.

Melt the chocolate chips in a bowl over the saucepan
Keep stirring until chocolate is creamy and smooth

Keep stirring gently until the chocolate chips have completely melted.

Place wax paper over a baking sheet and pour the melted chocolate over it.

Pour the white chocolate over wax paper
Spread white chocolate with a spatula or icing smoother

Spread evenly with a spatula or an icing smoother.

Add another layer of wax paper to be sure the toppings stay put

Add the pretzels, chocolate candy and anything else that you think might be tasty. I added rainbow colored sprinkles too. This next step is optional but I lightly placed a second sheet of wax paper on top and very gently used it to push the pretzels and candy down into the bark. It keeps them from falling off when you break the chocolate into pieces. Don’t push too hard though…just enough to make the toppings stick to the chocolate.

I also love the texture it added when I pulled it off.

The wax paper also adds some pretty texture to your white chocolate bark

Now put the bark in the refrigerator to harden.

Place the white chocolate bark in the freezer to harden

Cut into squares with a sharp knife! I made 12 large squares but this easily makes 18-24 pieces of white chocolate bark.

Cut or break the chocolate bark into pieces

I seriously love how easy it is to make this yummy white chocolate bark!

If you don't know how to make chocolate bark, you may be surprised at just how easy it is
5 from 7 votes

White Chocolate Bark

Author Lisa O'Driscoll | Fun Money Mom
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 10 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Love easy recipes? This colorful white chocolate bark can be whipped up in just 15 minutes. It's perfect for when you need a last minute dessert for a party or just feel like making a fun treat for friends and family!



  • Cover a baking sheet with wax paper 
  • Bring 1-2 inches of water to boil in a saucepan, then turn down to a simmer
  • Add chocolate chips to a bowl (I prefer a glass bowl) and place bowl on top of saucepan.
  • Add vegetable oil and stir frequently until chocolate is melted and smooth
  • Pour chocolate over wax paper and spread evenly
  • Top with pretzels, candy and sprinkles
  • Place another piece of wax paper over the top and gently push down to be sure toppings are securely embedded in the chocolate (optional)
  • Remove wax paper and place chocolate into refrigerator to harden
  • Once chocolate has hardened, break into pieces and enjoy
  • *This recipe makes 12 large pieces or 24 small pieces of white chocolate bark


Calories: 226kcal | Carbohydrates: 26g | Protein: 2g | Saturated Fat: 7g | Cholesterol: 8mg | Sodium: 45mg | Sugar: 25g
The nutrition information provided is an estimate and can vary based on cooking methods and ingredients used.

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What toppings would you add? Would you keep your white chocolate bark simple or throw everything in but the kitchen sink?

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  1. Have you used Ghirardelli White Chocolate melting wafers? I have used coconut oil with white chocolate bark. yummy!!

    1. I haven’t but I’ll bet that would taste really good too! I love Ghiradelli chocolate!

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