Total Time
1hr 2mins
Prep 1 hr
Cook 2 mins

This Christmas treat was published in the local paper 3 Xmas's ago along with other white chocolate recipes and for the next few days, you couldn't find white chocolate anywhere! These are incredibly easy and very tasty; looks great wrapped in cellophane and given as a little gift.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Break candy canes into 2 or 3 pieces and place in a plastic bag and close top; smash with kitchen mallet to take out your frustrations and pulverize the candy.
  2. In a small bowl, melt chocolate in microwave oven with Medium-Low power, checking every 30 seconds or so; white chocolate burns easily even in the microwave so better safe than sorry.
  3. Cover a cookie sheet with wax paper.
  4. Stir candy cane crumbs into melted white chocolate and stir well to combine.
  5. Pour chocolate mixture onto wax paper, spreading thin with a spatula.
  6. Stash cookie sheet in fridge about an hour or until it hardens.
  7. Hold wax paper by one corner and start peeling it back, breaking off pieces of the bark; store pieces in airtight container in fridge.
  8. Keeps well.
Most Helpful

I made this to give out as Christmas gifts. I added a few things though. I first melted a bag of semi sweet choc. chips and added 1/4 teasp. of peppermint extract. I waited for it too cool then did the same with a bag of white choc. chips and sprinkled the crushed candy canes. I love this, Williams Sonoma sells this for about $20, this is way less expensive and just as good.

chelle keithley December 23, 2002

This was awesome!!! I used spearmint and peppermint discs instead of candy canes.........and it was GREAT!!

Capncrunch December 18, 2002

Wow Lennie, this was wonderful! The only complaint here was that it didn't make enough :) I didn't have any candy canes so I used 14 starlight mints. I also used white bark coating for the chocolate because that was all I had...I needed 3 blocks to match the amount of white baking chocolate. This is very easy and makes a nice presentation. Great for Holiday trays! Thanks for sharing!

Karen=^..^= December 12, 2002