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13 Almond Bark Recipes for Homemade Candy

If you’re looking for a treat to satisfy your sweet tooth, then any of these 13 almond bark recipes will do you well.

Below, you will find an assortment of variations on the traditional almond bark recipe ranging from Oreo bark to English toffee bark.

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Chocolate Almond Bark with Candies

There’s something so lovely about breaking apart a piece of almond bark and sinking your teeth into the crunchy, chocolatey goodness. 

Not only does it make a tasty treat, but it makes a great gift to give away as well! Who doesn’t love receiving a cute little parcel of homemade almond bark? 

Now, let’s get into the good stuff. If you need a list of almond bark recipes, I have you covered. 

1. Crockpot Candy

This recipe makes the perfect treat to leave out for Santa. 

Plus, it’s insanely easy to craft too!

All you have to do is mix peanuts, chocolate, and almond bark into a Crockpot and watch as it turns into a wonderfully gooey mess.

You get these beautiful little nuggets of heaven that melt in your mouth. Go ahead and take another one, we won’t tell anyone. 

You can also use almond bark instead of chocolate to add a little extra crunchy texture to these balls. 

2. Peanut Butter Balls

These peanut butter balls are a must-have for any Christmas cookie tray.

But why stop at Christmas? These bad boys make the perfect little treat for any holiday or occasion.

Sugary peanut butter is coated with rich chocolate to create a mouth-watering bite of perfection.

With four simple ingredients, you can have these tasty little treats to delight your party guests or make a statement at the school bake sale. 

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3. White Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls

Now, get ready for a pretty twist on the previous recipe!

If you’re a big fan of the chocolate peanut butter ball recipe, then you’ll definitely want to give this one a try.

It tastes like chocolatey peanut butter goodness but uses white almond bark to create a nutty, creamy texture. 

Not only do these white chocolate peanut butter balls taste amazing, but they’re so pretty, too!

The sprinkles on top are really the final touch on these little cuties. 

4. Buckeye Bark 

This recipe creates a devilishly delicious dessert that’s almost dangerous to have around. 

They’re packed with the deadly combination of chocolate and peanut butter, making it hard to resist seconds. 

Each little piece is a square-sized morsel full of sweet peanut-y flavor. It’s easy to whip a whole batch together for when guests arrive.

5. Christmas Reindeer Crack

Thie recipe creates a festive twist on the traditional “puppy chow” recipe.

Best of all, you can customize it to no end! Not a fan of M&M’s? Add some almond bark instead.

Or go heavy on the pretzels for a salty-sweet twist. The options are endless.

6. Almond Bark Drop Cookies

Ever wonder what a piece of almond bark and a Rice Krispie Square would taste like together? 

Now you don’t have to ponder the possibilities because this recipe actually makes this dream a reality!

This no-bake recipe is a dream to make. It just takes 10 minutes to throw together. 

The end result is a creamy, crunchy snack that will surely satisfy your sweet tooth.

7. Oreo Bark

All you need are two ingredients to create the heavenly Oreo bark.

It’s so easy to make, and the payoff is huge! All you have to do is melt the chocolate, pour it onto a sheet pan, add some Oreos, then refrigerate. 

Voila! You now have a swoon-worthy treat to serve at your next family get-together. 

If it’s feeling balmy outside, then freeze this bark for a cold treat on a hot summer day. 

8. Easiest 3-Ingredient Peppermint Bark

It happens to us every year; the holiday season swiftly approaches, and I realize that I have nothing ready!

Well, with this recipe in your back pocket, you’ll never stress about prepping Christmas goodies again!

You can have this peppermint bark ready for serving in 30 minutes or less! This includes the chilling time too. 

Eat as is, or melt some into some hot chocolate for a touch of peppermint flavor. 

You can also prep a huge batch, wrap some pieces in cute gifting bags, and give them away as party favors. There are unlimited options!

9. Candy Corn Bark 

Are you ready for a spooky surprise? 

This candy corn bark is pretty as it’s tasty. It carries the traditional colors of the season, with an unforgettable sweetness from candy corn. 

The addition of pretzels sticks creates a slight saltiness in the bark, counteracting some of the sweetness. 

This bark would be sure to make waves at any Halloween party or Thanksgiving dinner!

10. Easter Egg Bark

Okay, how pretty is this Easter egg bark?

From the swirly patterns of pastel colors, to the cute Easter eggs lying on top, this treat is almost too adorable to eat… almost. 

This bark would be a smash hit at your next Easter party. 

11. English Toffee Bark 

English toffee is renowned for taking hours of labor, but now you can get your fix without breaking a sweat!

This English toffee bark uses only three ingredients. It creates a buttery, chocolatey treat that carries an unforgettable crunch in every nibble. 

It melts in your mouth and leaves your palate wanting more. 

12. Tiger Butter Fudge

This tiger butter fudge looks like it belongs in an art gallery!

This edible work-of-art takes only fifteen minutes to create, but it looks like you spent hours painstakingly working on the fine details. 

You can make this beautiful bark right in your own kitchen with only three ingredients. 

13. S’mores Clusters

If you’re craving a little bit of campfire goodness, then this is the bark for you.

With this sweet recipe, you can create a cluster of marshmallows, chocolate, and graham crackers with no fire required!

It’s an easy way to enjoy s’mores all year long and a little less messy, too!

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Hey there! I'm Kim. I love running, cooking, and curling up with a good book! I share recipes for people who LOVE good food, but want to keep things simple :)

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