Super Easy Valentine’s Day Bark

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Valentine's Day Bark

Delicious yet fun dessert for the upcoming holiday! 

  • 1/2 bag Pretzels (Any type )
  • 1/2 bag Dark Chocolate (Melted)
  • 1/2 bag Vanilla Chocolate (Melted)
  • 1 container Sprinkles (Any variety )
  1. Prepare a metal pan by covering with wax paper. 

  2. Take pretzels and scatter all over the pan. 

  3. Use melted chocolate to drizzle all over the pretzels.

  4. Before chocolate melts, scatter sprinkles all over the chocolate. 

  5. Leave the pan out on the counter to dry for about 20 minutes. 

  6. Once the chocolate is completely hardened break into peices and store in an airtight container until use. 

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and what better way to celebrate than making some delicious treats?! Am I right? Who doesn’t love chocolate anyways! This recipe for bark is super simple to make yet so cute and fun. I love that it is so quick to throw together without a ton of different ingredients too. If I am being sincere, I used the leftover chocolate from the chocolate covered strawberries to put the recipe together! The kids devoured it quickly along with the chocolate covered strawberries this week – SCORE!

This recipe calls for just the perfect amount of sweet and salty, so much that you will love every single bite. Definitely useful for holiday parties at school, work or just for the fun of it. You can do just about anything with this recipe depending on the holiday. I may even attempt to make some for St Patricks Day. Its positively good no matter the season. Let’s get started and feel free to pin it for later. I sure do appreciate all the pins & shares!




Melted chocolate – any type

Pretzels – any brand

Sprinkles – variety




Line pan with wax paper & spread pretzels out on the pan.

Use melted chocolate to drizzle over the pretzels – I used both white and dark chocolate.

Before the chocolate dries make sure to put on sprinkles.

Let chocolate dry completely before breaking into pieces and putting in an airtight container.



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