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No-bake Christmas Chocolate Bark Recipe

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No-bake Christmas Chocolate Bark Recipe

This is so easy, that I kinda don’t know why on earth I haven’t made it before. It’s so simple, especially being no-bake, that the kids can make it, and so delicious even the adults will want to eat it. For me, there’s something about the mix of the chewy {gummie bears} and the chocolate together. It’s brilliant. Someone needs to invent chocolate coated gummie bears if they haven’t already.

No-bake Christmas Chocolate Bark Recipe

We’re away from tomorrow until just before Christmas, so I’m not sure if I’ll do baked goods as gifts for my family. I’m actually planning on having the most relaxing, almost lazy Christmas ever. Usually I’m sweating it out in the kitchen all day, and then spending all night cleaning. This year we’re using paper plates and cutlery {I’ll get biodegradable environment, don’t worry}, and I’m asking everyone to bring a dish.

No-bake Christmas Chocolate Bark Recipe


Grab a block of milk chocolate and a handful of your favourite lollies. It’s best to go to a lolly shop and get a bit of pick n mix so you don’t have loads of leftover lollies. Melt the chocolate in the microwave in 20 second intervals {so it doesn’t burn}. Place a piece of baking paper on a tray, and pour melted chocolate over the baking paper. Spread using a spoon until about 5mm thick. Place lollies over the bark, and sprinkle with 100s & 1000s. Place in the fridge to set. Cut into pieces and share with someone you love.

No-bake Christmas Chocolate Bark Recipe

How are you spending Christmas this year?

  • This reminds me of that Cadburys Creation chocolate – only better!

  • Donna Gregor Davidson

    Good for you for taking it easy this Christmas! If I haven’t learned anything else from being a Mom to one generation, and then doing it a second time with the next, it is that cooking all day and cleaning all night, do not make the memories that I want for my kids. When they are old enough to join me and we can cook all day together…. Maybe then.

    • Donna, this is so true. People might remember the food, but it’s about the conversations and such that you’re missing out on.


  • Tash Jay

    I love this done with smashed up candy canes. Not a fan of them generally but mixed with chocolate they’re amazing 🙂

    • Yum! I don’t love candy canes on their own either, but together like that might be brilliant!

  • Barb N

    … wow… I think this is wonderful… my too favourite kind of sweets in one.. perfect.. Thanks for thid Chantelle, I would never have thought of this…
    Glad you are planning a relaxed Christmas..
    Hugs… Barb xxx

    • I hope you make it and love it.

      I am so looking forward to switching off and just existing. I’m hoping I can be bored at some stage. I haven’t been bored in so long. x

  • I have something similar I make, it’s just white chocolate melted over pistachio and macadamia nuts, gummy bears and marshmallows, the kids LOVE it! Naughty but SO nice. x

    • RCTP

      My friend makes a similar one and calls it White Christmas – one of my fave Christmas traditions is her bringing some over on Christmas Eve to share!

  • Yum, I made it with white choc and green colouring. Then I broke it up and stuck it out the top of a cake. How can something so photogenic be so freakin easy to make? Enjoy the slow lane lady, you deserve it.

  • Oh this looks so good and it’s super fast and easy to make! I was pondering about what to make as small Christmas treats for our evening party with friends this weekend, but now my problem is solved! I’m also going to make a special version of white chocolate and raw liquorice powder, just to share with my hubby on Christmas morning 🙂

  • Menz do chocolate covered jelly snakes here and they are super good!

    (PS what are “leftover lollies”??)