White Chocolate Raspberry Jelly Bean Bark

When I get asked to create a recipe, I generally come up with something fairly quickly.  It may take a couple attempts to get it right, but I usually have a pretty good idea of which direction I want to go.  When I got asked to create a recipe with jelly beans, I was stumped at first.  Some candy is easy to incorporate into recipes.  Jelly beans?  Not so much.  First, I made Chocolate Pretzel Jelly Bean Bites.  They were good alright, but after staring at the six leftover bags of jelly beans on my kitchen table, I wanted to try something new.  I present to you…

white chocolate raspberry jelly bean bark

White Chocolate Raspberry Jelly Bean Bark.  This is for the ultimate dessert lover.  Someone who has a crazy, raging sweet tooth.  It’s super sweet, super delicious, super colorful, and a good way to use up jelly beans if you so happen to have some.

White Chocolate Raspberry Jelly Bean Bark

-1 pound white chocolate
-Brach’s jelly beans
-1 single serving packet drink mix, raspberry flavored
1.  Melt white chocolate.  Pour half on greased pan and spread.
2.  Add drink mix to remaining white chocolate and stir.
3.  Spread new mixture on top using a knife to swirl the two together.
4.  Press Brach’s jelly beans into white chocolate.
5.  Let harden in refrigerator for at least 20 minutes.
6.  Remove and break into pieces.
white chocolate raspberry jellybean bark
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You could definitely use any flavor drink mix to swirl into the white chocolate.  For me, I love white chocolate and raspberry together, so it was a no brainer; and the fruit flavored jelly beans add a delicious chewy component to the sweetness.
white chocolate raspberry jelly bean bark recipe
Do you have an easy or hard time coming up with new recipes? Other ideas for ways to use jelly beans?

11 thoughts on “White Chocolate Raspberry Jelly Bean Bark

  1. So hard – I’m more of a batch cooker when it comes to meals (big thing of meat, big thing of veggies, big thing of quinoa) then just throw together…recipes are for weekends when I have more time so coming up with new ones is tricky for me!!! This is so pretty and I can only imagine how tasty it is 🙂

  2. That looks so good. I would love to make it this weekend for a get together but if I do everyone will think I am using leftover Easter candy. 🙁

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