Fall White Chocolate Bark is a fun recipe for white chocolate bark with fun autumn candies and festive sprinkles on top.Jump to Recipe
Supplies for Autumn Bark Recipe
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- rimmed baking sheet
- parchment paper
- heatproof bowl
- silicone spatula or rubber spatula
- almond bark or white chocolate chips
- festive sprinkles and pumpkin candy
How to Make Fall White Chocolate Bark
I start by prepping my rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. Once the chocolate melts you have to move quickly, so you want everything ready.
Cut your pumpkin candies in half so they would lay flat in the bark and you only need to see half to get the effect you want to.
I used 6 cups of white chocolate melts to make this Fall White Chocolate Bark. I poured them into a heatproof bowl that is a large measuring cup.
The easiest way to melt chocolate is in your microwave. My microwave has a chocolate melting setting, but if yours doesn’t, you just want to use 30-second intervals until your chocolate melts. Use your spatula to stir the chocolate around after each 30-second interval.
If your chocolate is not completely melted to a liquid form, place it back in your microwave for another 30 seconds.
Once it’s melted completely, pour the melted chocolate on top of the parchment-lined rimmed baking sheet. I spread the chocolate out with my spatula into a thin layer, and then top the baking sheet on the counter to get the surface smooth and level.
Next, I took my half pumpkin candies and placed them on the top of the white chocolate. I poured some of the fall sprinkles into my hand and sprinkled them on top until I had the look I wanted. There’s no right or wrong way when it comes to decorating. You can go minimalist or heavy-handed with your decoration.
If your home isn’t too warm you can let the bark set up on your counter. Or you can place it in the refrigerator to set up quicker. Once it’s set you just break it into chunks. You could place them chunks into baggies to make a great gift for your friends and neighbors. This is such an easy recipe to make a great to do with your kiddos. After making these I realized that a layer of dark chocolate or milk chocolate at the bottom of this bark would have looked amazing and tasted delicious too!
Other Bark Ideas
During the Christmas season, we love making peppermint bark with crushed candy canes on top! That is my personal favorite as I love chocolate and mint combo. There is a bark that can be made for any time of year. Another fun fall bark option would be using orange zest and pumpkin seeds. Or what about caramel drizzle with some sea salt sprinkled on top?
Fall White Chocolate Bark
- rimmed baking sheet
- microwave-safe bowl
- 6 cups white chocolate that melts easily
- 10 pumpkin candies cut in half
- ¼ cup fall sprinkles
- Place parchment paper on top of the rimmed baking sheet. If you don't have parchment paper, wax paper will work too.
- Put your white chocolate into a heat-safe bowl. Microwave in 30-second intervals, stirring after each 30-seconds making sure to scrape the bottom of the bowl. If you don't have a microwave you can use the double boiler method to melt your chocolate too.
- Once your white chocolate is completely melted, with no lumps, quickly pour the white chocolate onto the parchment-lined baking sheet.
- Use your spatula to move the melted chocolate into the corners. Then tap the baking sheet onto the counter gently to help the chocolate smooth and settle.
- Place your pumpkins that are cut in half on top of the white chocolate.
- Sprinkled the festive sprinkles and mini candies on top of the white chocolate. Use as much or as little as you prefer.
- Let your chocolate set up on the counter at room temperature or put in the refrigerator to set up more quickly.
- Once the chocolate is set, break the bark into chunks. Save in an airtight container.
I hope you get to make your own white chocolate bark recipe soon! Bark really does make the perfect gift!