For the holidays this year I wanted to do brownies for my family and friends, with a wintery twist. One of my favourite winter treats is peppermint bark. I worked at a chocolate shop in college and come December I'd be anxiously (and impatiently) waiting for the first bath of peppermint bark. Personally, I think peppermint bark should be a layer of dark chocolate, then white chocolate, and topped with the peppermint. So this year I made my own peppermint bark and created my own perfect seasonal brownie. Chunks of peppermint bark spread throughout the brownie, then topped with white chocolate drizzle and crushed peppermint candies...these brownies were irresistible! I was really glad I had to bag them up as gifts otherwise I would have eaten way too many! For this recipe you need my Brownie Bliss Recipe, plus this recipe for Peppermint Bark below.
Peppermint Bark Brownies
Peppermint Bark Ingredients*
- 16 oz 60% cocoa Ghiradeli bittersweet chocolate chips (or chopped bars)
- 11 oz white chocolate (I mixed Ghiradeli and Nestle) plus extra for the drizzling
- 1-2 standard bag Starlight Peppermint Candies (typically around 3 or 4 ounces) OR you can also use Candy Canes
*This recipe is for a full 9''X13'' pan. I made a 9'"X13'' pan AND a 9''X9'' pan and I still had some extra peppermint bark. Which I was totally fine with! And actually gave two little bags as gifts too. So if you're making less brownies, just but this recipe in half...or make it all and have a lot of extra delicious peppermint bark!