Valentine’s day candy bark is one of the best sweet treats and one of the best Valentine’s day candy.
White chocolate, sprinkles, M&M’s make this so delicious! Even your kids can help make it. Whether you’re eating these Valentine’s day chocolates or giving them as Valentine’s day gifts, you’ll want to try this Valentine’s day candy bark recipe.
Valentine’s Day Bark Candy
Nothing is yummier than some Valentine’s Day Bark Candy when you want a sweet Valentine’s day treat to give to someone special. We are obsessed with delicious chocolate bark recipes, especially when they are holiday flavored! Kids enjoy helping to make candy bark–adding sprinkles and chocolate candies at the end is the best part!
Let’s make Valentine’s Day bark candy recipe!
This Valentine’s candy bark is delicious! It’s very sweet so it’ll take care of that sweet tooth! Hoard it for yourself, make and eat it as a family, or make it as a gift, this valentine’s day treat is perfect for everyone so make sure to add it to your candy bark recipe repertoire.
I don’t know about you, but I have a candy bark recipe for almost every holiday!
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Valentine’s Day Candy Bark Ingredients
Here’s what we need to make Valentine’s day candy bark treats.
Directions To Make Valentine’s Day Candy Bark Recipe
In a blender, mix up the strawberry wafers and cream cheese until it is similar to a dough to create the crust. Line a baking sheet with wax paper.
Fill the bottom of the baking sheet with the wafer/cream cheese mixture, spread evenly, and press it down.
In a glass bowl, microwave your cheesecake candy melts for 1 minute. Stir. If not melted smoothly, microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring in-between until smooth.
Pour the melted candy bark over the wafer/cream cheese crust.
Top with M&M’s and sprinkles. Set aside until firm.
Break apart and and enjoy this delicious Valentine’s day treat.
You can break them into small pieces, big pieces, or if you want more uniform pieces that are nice and neat you could use a knife to cut them into squares.
Don’t like white chocolate? Use milk chocolate or dark chocolate instead.
You can also use other candies like conversation hearts, jelly beans, chocolate shavings, candy hearts. Used all your favorites! They will all make your taste buds tingle.
If it lasts long enough to package (and isn’t eaten as soon as it’s made!) place it in an airtight container and keep it in a cool area.
OUR EXPERIENCE IN MAKING Valentine’s day candy bark treat recipe
One of my favorite things about Valentine’s Day, is that it reminds us to think of others and show our loved ones how much we care! Gifts don’t need to be expensive, and the best gifts are homemade–like this Valentine’s Day Chocolate Bark!
Making gifts, and then wrapping them with my kids is a great time to discuss how important it is to pay it forward and show people how appreciated they are!
I love making wrapping paper with my kids, so I’m loving this DIY stamp craft, from Play Ideas with my kids. This Valentine’s Day, I’m going to make wrapping paper and then wrap boxes of this Valentine’s Day Candy Bark, just like a candy shop would!
- White melting chocolate
- Cheesecake candy flavoring
- Strawberry wafers
- 4 ounces Cream Cheese
- 1 Package M&M’s
- In a blender, mix up the strawberry wafers and cream cheese until it is similar to a dough to create the crust. Line a baking sheet with wax paper.
- Fill the bottom of the baking sheet with the wafer/cream cheese mixture, spread evenly, and press it down.
- In a glass bowl, microwave your cheesecake candy melts for 1 minute. Stir. If not melted smoothly, microwave in 30 second intervals, stirring in-between until smooth.
- Pour the melted candy bark over the wafer/cream cheese crust.
- Top with M&M’s and sprinkles. Set aside until firm.
- Break apart and and enjoy!
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Did you make this Valentine’s Day Candy Bark Treat Recipe? What did your family think about this?