Millennial Pink Bark
Happy Hump Day! Yes, it's Wednesday once again. And that means it's time for another #onwednesdaysweeatpinktreats! This Wednesday I have the ultimate pink treat, Millennial Pink Bark.
I searched three stores for all the pink and white goodies I could find to make this magical chocolate bark. This honestly would be a heck of a lot easier around Valentine's Day or maybe Easter. Or there would at least be a few more exciting things to throw in there.
But here's what I used in order of the picture above. This may go without saying but for the most part, these can be purchased way cheaper at your local grocery store. I just linked to Amazon since pretty much everyone can buy things off Amazon.
- Ghiradelli White Melting Wafers
- pink candy color
- Keebler Strawberry Cheesecake Fudge Stripes Cookies
- white pearl sprinkles
- edible pink glitter flakes
- Iced Circus Animal Cookies
- pretzels dipped in bright pink and pink candy melts
- Strawberry Kit Kats
- pink pearl sprinkles
- white chocolate chips
- Reese's White Peanut Butter Cups
- white jimmies
- pink sugar sprinkles
- pink marshmallows from Chocolate Lucky Charms
- strawberry wafer cookies
- Hershey's Cookies n' Creme Candy Bar
- edible white glitter flakes
So to get started, line a baking sheet with parchment paper and melt 12 ounces of white chocolate melting wafers (or just regular white chocolate), per the instructions on the package.
Then divide up into three bowls and color two with different amounts of your pink candy color. A little goes a long way!
Spoon onto your prepared sheet.
Immediately take a knife and swirl together.
Then take your prepared pink and goodies and stick them into your chocolate! Sprinkle on all the sprinkles! Go crazy!
Let that sit until completely cooled. You can place in the fridge if you're impatient.
Once completely cooled, cut into pieces.
And there you go! Millennial Pink Bark!