DIY EATS | Pink Mint Chip Chocolate Bark



I am so excited to learn new skills this year, and since baking is so outside of my wheelhouse, I asked my friend Alexis, the baking guru behind Yield Bakehouse, to stop by and show me a few simple recipes. I LOVE how easy this one is, and how beautiful it looks when it’s done. I thought pink chocolate would be perfect for the lovey holiday coming up, and the mint chips give it just the right amount of favor. I can’t wait to package these up and give as gift, people are going to be so blown away that I did-it-myself (with very close supervision!). Steps and ingredients after the break. 


What you need: 
White candy melts or White Chocolate
Pink candy melts
Smooth & Melty Petite Chocolate Chips
Plastic Bowl
Tin Foil
Disposable decorating bags

What to do:
Step One: Put pink candy melts in a plastic, microwave safe bowl. Microwave for 30 second intervals, stirring in between, until the chocolate is glossy and lump free.
Step Two: Spread out the chocolate into a 9×12 rectangle on a baking sheet that’s been lined with parchment paper, tin foil, or a silpat liner.  The lining is important because you will need the bark to come off easily once it has hardened. Spread out the chocolate using a spatula, as evenly as you can.
Step Three: Before the pink chocolate hardens, melt the white chocolate using 30 second intervals. When it’s melted, pour into a decorating bag and create rows on top of the pink chocolate horizontally.
Step Four: Using a toothpick, draw vertical lines in the chocolate, alternating starting from the top and bottom. Watch the pattern emerge!
Step Five: While the chocolate is still warm, sprinkle mint chocolate chips evenly, then press down gently to insure that they stick as the chocolate hardens.
Step Six: Set aside to harden at room temperature, or place in the refrigerator. After it has hardened, cut or break into pieces.




  1. Alex Daffara says:

    ohh my gosh not only does this look delicious but adorable too!

  2. Michelle says:

    Looks so cute, almost like some artwork that’s too good to eat!

  3. okmi says:

    Looks delicious!! I want to eat!

  4. Danielle Riley says:

    That recipe reminds me of childhood! Looks super cute and delicious. Wondering if my niece will like it. I am making her some 🙂

  5. Neeltje | Thoughts in Style says:

    These look amazing mmm!

  6. Garima says:

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  7. In a Trendy Town says:

    Maybe the color is too much beautiful to eat it!

  8. Amal says:

    They look so cute and yummy!
    Love from Belgium,

  9. Emily says:

    These are really cute! Thanks for sharing! I love those little mint meltaways…

  10. sisters, jeans & messy buns says:

    this is soooo cute 😀 yumyum

  11. sherry says:

    So colorful and looks very tasty.

  12. Paige says:

    This chocolate bark is so beautiful! It would make such a lovely Valentine’s treat to give out!


  13. Jessica says:

    Hm yummy! I need to do this x

  14. Yujung says:

    That look absolutely gorgeous:))

  15. Carolinae says:

    Beautiful, everything looks so soft and delicious, I want to jumpinto one of those pictures 😀 xo!

  16. Pat Schwab says:

    Mmm, this looks so yummy and pretty. I wish I liked white chocolate. Pat S

  17. sherry says:

    I really like this, so delicious.

  18. Rachel Katherine says:

    not only does this look delicious but its super cute

  19. Sofie says:

    this looks like heaven <3 omg!

  20. Lauren says:

    Aww yum! This looks so cute and yummy, could eat it all
    livinginaboxx | bloglovin

  21. Eden Passante says:

    Adorable!! Looks so delicious! Great for V-Day!

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