St Patrick’s Day Bark

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St Patricks Day Bark

I love St Patrick’s Day. I love the traditions behind it, the history of it, and most of all getting to create fun foods that kids will love. Since bark is a fun and simple treat to make and since my kids love it, I decided to make some St Patrick’s Day Bark and surprise them.

St Patricks Day Bark

As I was planning on how to make my St Patrick’s Day bark, I knew that I wanted to add a lot of colors and I wanted to add some gold. I considered dipping marshmallows into yellow food coloring, but as I was perusing the world wide web, I came across the cutest edible gold stars. For the St Patrick’s Day Bark you only need a few ingredients: green and white chocolate melts, rainbow candies, and gold edible stars.

St Patty Bark Ingredients

 St Patrick’s Day Bark takes only a few simple steps. The first step is to melt one 12oz bag of white chocolate melts and 1/2 of a 12oz bag of green chocolate melts. As the chocolate is melting, line a 13×9 dish with wax paper and then spread the melted white chocolate into the dish. You will then pour the green melted chocolate onto the white chocolate and swirl with a toothpick. After the chocolate has been spread, add the cut up candies and sprinkle the gold stars onto the chocolate. Once this has been done, freeze for 20 minutes and then break your bark into pieces. 

St Pattys Bark Steps

St Patrick’s Day Bark


  • 12oz bag of Green Chocolate Melts
  • 12oz bag of White Chocolate Melts
  • Gold Edible Stars
  • Rainbow Sour Candies


  1. Melt the bag of White Chocolate Melts in a bowl (follow package directions)
  2. Melt 1/2 of the bag of Green Chocolate Melts
  3. Cut the Rainbow Sour Candies into bite size piece
  4. Line a 9x13 pan with waxed paper
  5. Spread the melted white chocolate melts onto the wax paper
  6. Pour the melted green chocolate melts onto the white chocolate melts and swirl with a toothpick
  7. Sprinkle the candies and stars all over the chocolate
  8. Freeze for 15 minutes and break into bite size pieces
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St Patricks Day Chocolate Bark

A fun sweet addition to your St Patricks day festivities.

Just like with any bark, you can add to it and change it up. That is what makes bark so fun to make. Do you celebrate St Patrick’s Day? What are your  St Patrick’s Day traditions?


  1. What a cute idea! I love the edible gold stars! Looks like every kids dream St. Paddy’s Day treat!

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