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Almost one of my all-time favorite times of the year is finally here. I know I have more than shared here over the years how much I love St. Patrick’s Day. Plus, the fact that my husband is 100% Irish. So, we most certainly celebrate the day in all its glory!
We always have the traditional dinner of corned beef and cabbage. Although, I confess I don’t eat the cabbage only the corned beef. But that is a whole other story for another time.Are you looking for the perfect St. Patrick's Day treat? Then, check out the fun and easy candy bark recipe sure to make all Irish Eyes Smile!
The color green is quite frankly also a massive part of this special day. So, green finds its ways into our clothes, desserts, and drinks.
On a side note, we happen to love chocolate bark. I usually make it at Christmas time with peppermint and white chocolate. But I recently decided to make a version for St. Patrick’s Day.
I still use white chocolate for my St. Patrick’s Day Bark Candy. But I also add green chocolate wafers, too. Plus, I take some of the clover hats marshmallows out of Lucky Charms cereal.
I mean Lucky Charms always remind me of the luck of the Irish! Moreover, I use mint green M&Ms, because I still need the mint flavor. Rainbow Candy Strips, green-colored sprinkles, and sugar round out this St. Patrick’s Day Bark Candy Recipe.
Seriously, this candy bark is the perfect candy treat for the luck of all the Irish and more! But don’t take my word for it. Try it yourself now.
That’s right; scroll on for the simply deliciously lucky, St. Patrick’s Day Bark Candy Recipe.
St. Patrick’s Day Bark Candy Recipe
There you have it for all those Irish Eyes Smiling, you have now made the perfect St. Patrick’s Day Bark!
Do you like chocolate candy bark?
Now, share in the comments if you plan on making St. Patrick’s Day Bark.
Meredith Spidel says
Janine! This is so creative and fun. My Girl Scouts would love this 🙂 Thanks for the idea!
Aw, my pleasure and hope you can make with your Girl Scout’s now, too 🙂
William Holland says
You and your holidays, Janine! lol I have to read your blog just to keep track of them. Otherwise they would sneak by me, so thank you!
Have a brilliant Tuesday, my friend!
Aw, always happy to keep you in the loop of the current holidays, Bill! Happy Tuesday now to you, too 🙂
Tamara Bowman says
Thanks to DNA testing, we know that Cassidy is largely Irish and that I am a small percentage of it, which makes the kids Irish-ish!
Even so, I have always loved gold coin‘s, rainbows, and shamrocks. I have deep love for this holiday. The bark looks awesome!
Again, another reason we are twins as I couldn’t have said it better myself 🙂
Holy wow! This looks awesome. I have some Irish, so I am pinning this and making it for my little partly Irish peeps. Why not right?! Thanks for sharing!
Aw, my pleasure and hope you do make for your little Irish peeps, too 🙂
Kristi Campbell says
OMG these look amazing. I love St. Patrick’s Day and always try to do something special for my son even though we’re not Irish. These are perfect. He has this St. Paddy’s Day hat he wears to school each year and I’d love to make these with him when we come home. OMG also our kids are getting old enough to make this stuff with us. Squee.
I know I just can’t handle how grown up there are getting. But still love making the holidays like this as fun as can be 🙂
Love it! What could be more fun than St. Patrick’s Day Bark? You should share this on Funtastic Friday to tonight. It starts at 9 pm. You can find it at http://www.lovemylittlecottage after 9. Have a great weekend!
Thanks Kristie and will have to check it out now 🙂
Christine Carter says
Janine, where do you get all these creative ideas? This bark is SO MUCH FUN! Just wow. I love your ability to celebrate the holidays with such festive food and activities for your kiddos.
Again, what can I say, but thank you Chris so much for all your kind words here always 🙂
Such a fun use of color! I pinned it. 🙂
Here from TFT.
Thank you for pinning and hope you can make soon, too 🙂
Gloria Spagnoli says
This looks like so much fun to make and eat! Maybe I’ll try it! Have a good new week ahead. Love to all. xxoo
Yay and hope you do try soon! Wishing you also a wonderful week ahead now, too. xoxo 🙂