Peppermint Bark with Christmas Chocolate Transfer Sheets

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Christmas Chocolate Transfer Sheets are an easy way to elevate your holiday candy barks without taking up a ton of time. Simply mix your bark ingredients together and pour directly onto the chocolate transfer sheet.

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Peppermint Bark with Christmas Chocolate Transfer Sheets Recipe

Feel free to use this as a base recipe to invent your own delicious chocolate barks. We carry many different types of crunches and Christmas chocolate transfer sheets. You can also add flavoring to the chocolate melts using our oil-based flavoring. For more recipe inspiration, check out our Chocolate Bark Blog.


  • 1 Pound Super White Chocolate Melts
  • 1/2 Pound Crushed Peppermint Candy
  • 1 11" x 16" or 2 10" x11" Christmas Chocolate Transfer Sheets


Prepare a baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper & your Christmas chocolate transfer sheet. It is important to make sure that the printed side of the transfer sheet is facing up so when you pour the chocolate onto it, the print will stick to your melted chocolate.
christmas chocolate transfer sheet on cookie sheet
Place the white chocolate candy melts into a microwave-safe bowl.Melt the chocolate using 20 second intervals, stirring in between to ensure the chocolate melts evenly and doesn’t scorch. Continue melting until the chocolate is fluid.
bowl of white candy melts
Once the white chocolate wafers are completely melted, add in 1 pound of the crushed peppermint candy.
bowl of white candy melts and crushed peppermint candy
Stir the bark mixture until is completely combined.
bowl of white candy melts mixed with crushed peppermint candy
Immediately, pour the bark mixture onto the chocolate transfer sheet.
pouring chocolate bark onto christmas chocolate transfer sheet
Use an offset spatula to spread the bark mixture evenly.
spreading chocolate onto chocolate transfer sheet
Make sure to cover the entire chocolate transfer sheet.
chocolate bark spread onto chocolate transfer sheet
When the bark is just beginning to set, score with a pizza cutter.
scoring chocolate bark with pastry wheel
This will make breaking the bark apart into even pieces super easy once the chocolate has set up completely!
chocolate bark partially cut
Stick the cookie sheet with the chocolate bark into the freezer & allow to set up completely- about 20 minutes.
After 20 minutes, easily break the Christmas chocolate bark into pieces.
breaking chocolate bark into pieces

Want to Learn More about Chocolate Bark?

We have written a blog all about making chocolate bark. We break down the different methods to creating bark, creative ways to elevate your bark, as well as how to package it. Click now to learn how to elevate your chocolate bark.

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