Make any little girl’s day special with this rainbow fairy bark recipe! This bark is fun when paired with a doll cake for a special party.
My daughter is all girl. She’s still waiting for her mermaid tail and fairy wings to appear. Any day, now! She loves pink, purple, teal and anything with bling. For the past several years I’ve made a doll cake for her birthday. I’m a pro at those babies now. In looking for an easy addition to a girly birthday party, I thought a bark recipe would be fun. Plus it’s easy enough for the kids to help make.
Making the bark is really easy. Prepare a pan with a piece of parchment paper or just use the parchment paper alone. Melt the white chocolate chips either in the microwave or on the stove top. I prefer to use the stove, but the microwave works fine, too. Spread the chocolate in to a fairly thin layer on the parchment paper. An offset spatula works great for this.
Add a few drops of food coloring to the chocolate and swirl with a toothpick. Any color will work! Primary colors would be great for a first birthday. Or brown and orange for a construction theme. But for this batch, we stuck with pink and purple for a fairy theme.
Once all the sprinkles are on, pop the pan in the freezer for about 30 minutes. The chocolate should harden nicely. Break it up in to bite size pieces.
- White chocolate chips
- Star sprinkles
- Pink food coloring
- Purple food coloring
- And more sprinkles
- Prepare a pan by laying a sheet of parchment paper down on top of a baking sheet or any large, flat pan.Melt the white chocolate chips in the microwave (cook at 15 second intervals, and stir until melted) or in a pan or double boiler on the stove top.
- Carefully pour the melted chocolate on top of the parchment lined pan and spread evenly using a spatula.
- Drop about 3 drops of each color coloring on top and swirl around with a toothpick.
- Top of with star sprinkles and sugar sprinkles (pink, blue, and purple).
- Freeze for 30 minutes.
- The chocolate should pop up in 1 big sheet, start breaking apart into whatever sizes pieces you'd like.