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Easy Melted Snowman Bark Recipe

This easy sweet candy melted snowman bark recipe is easy to make and fun to serve! With less than 15 minutes of prep time, you will have an adorable winter treat that’s perfect all winter long.

Melted Snowman Bark

I’m melting, I’m melting! Oops, sorry, wrong movie. lol However, we can’t make real snowmen here in Florida, but we can make fun candy-melted snowman bark.

This sweet candy is easy to make and fun to serve! With less than 15 minutes of prep time, you will have an adorable winter treat that’s perfect all winter long.

Looking for a festive and delicious treat to make this winter? Look no further than melted snowman bark!

This recipe is easy to follow and sure to please everyone at your next party.

This delicious and refreshing candy is perfect for any time of year! It only takes less than 15 minutes to make, so you’ll have an adorable winter treat on your hands before long.

Melted Snowman Bark Recipe

Plus, the end result looks just like a cute little snowman.

Melted snowman bark is the perfect way to get in the holiday spirit! This easy, adorable treat can be made with just a few ingredients.

No matter your skill level you will end up having fun making it and giving these treats out at parties or around Christmas time – they’re sure not going last long enough 😉

melted snowman bark recipe

If you can melt chocolate in the microwave, you can make Melted Snowman Bark!

Yields: approx. 10

Prep: 15 minutes 

Ingredients

*This is an approximate amount – you may end up with more or fewer snowmen so you may not need the exact numbers

  • Chopped white almond bark or white chocolate chips
  • Mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups (cut in half – top-down)
  • Candy eyeballs
  • Orange sprinkles (I found some in my Halloween sprinkles)
  • Round candies (red hots, mini m&ms, sixlets, etc)
  • Pretzel sticks (cracked in half)
  • For exact amounts, please see the printable recipe card below.
Melted Snowman Bark Recipe

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Variations

  • Use carrots for the nose. I found these on Amazon.
  • A red licorice strap makes a great scarf.
  • Get a kit with snowman eyes and carrot noses.
  • Make a candy broom.

Supplied Needed

  • Wax paper parchment paper
  • Cookie sheet
  • 1 medium microwave-safe bowl
  • Spatula or large spoon

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How to Make Melted Snowman Bark

Line a baking sheet with wax paper.

Microwave almond bark for 30-second increments, stirring well between each session until mostly melted, then stir until almond bark is melted completely.

Spoon uneven circles onto the wax paper – about ¼” thick. 

Melted Snowman Bark Recipe

Decorate your melted snowman puddles with candy eyeballs, peanut butter cups for hats, orange sprinkles for the carrot nose, round candies for buttons, and pretzel sticks for the arms.

Melted Snowman Bark Recipe

Be creative placing the candies on the chocolate to give it the impression that the snowman dropped all of his stuff when he melted. 

Melted Snowman Bark Recipe

Notes:

Prep all of the candies before you get started—including organizing the button colors so you can quickly grab them for decorating your snowmen.

This is a great recipe to make with older kids, but assist them as the chocolate is hot and you don’t want them to get burned.

You may want to melt half of the chocolate at a time and complete the snowmen one at a time. You don’t want the chocolate to set before you are able to get all of the decorations on.

If you do find it set too fast for you, you can apply some chocolate to the back of the candies and apply it to the snowman directly.

Store in an airtight container at room temperature, or place in the fridge or freezer.

Yield: 10

Melted Snowman Bark Recipe

melted snowman bark recipe

This easy sweet candy melted snowman bark recipe is easy to make and fun to serve! With less than 15 minutes of prep time, you will have an adorable winter treat that’s perfect all winter long.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes

Ingredients

  • 2 cups chopped white almond bark or chocolate chips
  • 8 mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups (cut in half – top down)
  • 32 candy eyeballs
  • 16 long orange sprinkles (I found some in my Halloween sprinkles)
  • 32 round candies (red hots, mini m&ms, sixlets, etc)
  • 16 pretzel sticks (cracked in half)

Instructions

  1. Line a baking sheet with wax paper. Melted Snowman Bark Recipe
  2. Microwave almond bark for 30-second increments, stirring well between each session until mostly melted, then stir until almond bark is melted completely. Melted Snowman Bark Recipe
  3. Spoon uneven circles onto the wax paper – about ¼” thick.  Melted Snowman Bark Recipe
  4. Decorate your melted snowman puddles with candy eyeballs, peanut butter cups for hats, orange sprinkles for the carrot nose, round candies for buttons, and pretzel sticks for the arms. Melted Snowman Bark Recipe
  5. Be creative placing the candies on the chocolate to give it the impression that the snowman dropped all of his stuff when he melted.  Melted Snowman Bark Recipe
  6. Enjoy! Melted Snowman Bark Recipe

Notes

Notes:

Prep all of the candies before you get started—including organizing the button colors so you can quickly grab them for decorating your snowmen.

This is a great recipe to make with older kids, but assist them as the chocolate is hot and you don’t want them to get burned.

You may want to melt half of the chocolate at a time and complete the snowmen one at a time. You don’t want the chocolate to set before you are able to get all of the decorations on.

If you do find it set too fast for you, you can apply some chocolate to the back of the candies and apply it to the snowman directly.

Store in an airtight container at room temperature, or place in the fridge or freezer.

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

10

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 637Total Fat: 18gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 15gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 727mgCarbohydrates: 113gFiber: 10gSugar: 49gProtein: 13g

Nutrition may vary depending on the products used.

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In Conclusion

This year, we decided to do a twist on our Melted Snowman Chocolate Bark by making individual bark! Traditionally they are made in one pan.

The individual size ensures everyone gets their own melted snowman – yum! We love making this holiday treat each year with the kids and hope you enjoy it as much as we do!

Melted Snowman Bark Recipe

What are some of your favorite Christmas traditions?

Our family also enjoys making gingerbread houses and decorating them with all sorts of fun candies. It’s a messy but delicious activity that always brings smiles.

Another tradition we have is watching holiday movies together.

We make popcorn, snuggle under blankets, and laugh at all the silly moments in our favorites like Elf and National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation.

What are some of your favorite traditions? We’d love to hear about them! Leave a comment below.

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Melted Snowman Bark Recipe

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