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Patriotic White Chocolate and Candy Bark

This recipe is the result of leftovers from our Extreme Patriotic Milkshakes. When creating my milkshakes, I had leftover melted white chocolate and patriotic M & M’s. I didn’t want the melted chocolate to go to waste, so I decided to make a candy bark. But I wanted to add a little extra something. In our house, we always have pretzels. So I decided to add some broke up pretzel pieces. If you don’t have any pretzels pieces on hand, that’s okay. The best part about a bark recipe is that you can add anything you want. You could add various types of candy, dried fruit (dried cranberries and blueberries would continue the patriotic theme), broken up animal crackers, graham cracker pieces, or various nuts.

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Patriotic Candy Bark

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  • Parchment paper
  • Spatula or offset spatula
  • Jelly Roll pan or Cookie Sheet
  • Microwave safe large bowl


  • White chocolate
  • Pretzels broken into small pieces
  • M &M’s
  • Patriotic Sprinkles

Other options include:

  • Candy
  • Dried fruit
  • Animal Crackers broken into small pieces
  • Graham Crackers broken into small pieces

*Amounts depened on desired amount. I used the leftover from my milkshake. For a full recipe, use one full bag of white chocolate and about 1/4 cup of each mix-in.



  1. Line a jelly roll or cookie sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Melt the white chocolate in the microwave at 30-second intervals until melted. (Stir after each 30-second interval).
  3. Mix in the pretzels, sprinkles, and M & M candy (or other mix-in ingredients) into the melted white chocolate.
  4. Using a spatula, spread the white chocolate mixture onto the lined sheet pan.
  5. Allow time to set.
  6. Once set, use hands or a knife to break the bark into smaller pieces.
  7. Serve.


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