Try Camp's Fairy Bark Recipe, and You'll Wonder Why You Haven't Been Making Fairy Bark for Years
Make a delicious sparkly treat with just a few ingredients!
Camp Kitchen · 7 months ago
Sometimes you just need a delightful, colorful dessert to brighten up a gray day. Fairy bark is fun to make, super easy, and best of all, impossible to mess up. Go crazy with the sprinkles and the decorations: With fairy bark, more is more!
Several Drops Each
Divide white chocolate chips among five bowls. Microwave a few bowls at a time, in 20 second intervals, until chips are melted, stirring between each round.
Add a different color food coloring to each bowl, leaving one bowl without any food coloring, and stir each until combined.
Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and drop spoonfuls of each color chocolate in a collage-like pattern.
Using a spoon or an offset spatula, mix colors together to make a swirling pattern, being careful not to overmix the colors.
Go crazy adding all the sprinkles and decorations you want!
Refrigerate for 30 minutes, then break the bark into pieces before serving.
Mixing the white chocolate and food coloring
Adding spoonfuls of white chocolate to the baking sheet and swirling the colors together
Topping with sprinkles and decorations!
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