Easy Grinch White Chocolate Bark Recipe ~ 4 Ingredients


I’m continuing with the Grinch recipe series. My first recipe was a Grinch cherry frappuccino, it is SO yummy! Today, I have a very simple-to-make, Grinch white chocolate bark recipe. It only requires 4 ingredients, easy peasy and so delicious.

Grinch white chocolate bark recipe

Do you plan on watching the Grinch this Christmas? The Grinch has become quite a popular Christmas movie. It’s among the top-rated Christmas movies. I love the scenes with Max in it myself because you know I’m a dog nut. If you read this blog very much, you already know that lol.

On To The Grinch White Chocolate Bark Recipe

Grinch White Chocolate Bark Recipe

Yield: approximately 20 pieces

Grinch White Chocolate Bark

Grinch white chocolate bark recipe

Try this easy-to-follow Grinch white chocolate bark recipe ~ it only requires 4 ingredients. It is simply delicious!


  • 11 oz bag of white chocolate chips
  • candy hearts
  • yellow food coloring
  • green food coloring


    1. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

    2. Melt the chocolate over a double boiler, then add 4 drops of green food coloring and 8 drops of yellow food coloring, and stir well.

    3. Pour the chocolate onto the parchment-lined baking sheet and spread out, until it’s about 1.4 inches thick.

    4. Add candy hearts, spaced about 1.5 inches apart.

    5. Set aside for an hour to set.

    6. Break candy into pieces.


This really is a simple recipe and but it is such a great dessert for a Christmas party or a Grinch-themed party.

Did you make this recipe?

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I told you this Grinch white chocolate bark recipe was easy! Here are the process pictures so you don’t have to print them unless you want to do so:

Grinch chocolate bark process photos

With the holiday season coming up, many people are looking to have a Grinch-themed party. These parties can include many different things such as green food and decorations, but some people also include a Grinch costume too.

While I can’t help you make the costumes, I can help you with easy-to-make recipes. That is what I will be focusing on this next week. I hope you will enjoy this Grinch White Chocolate Bark Recipe. It’s a fun and easy-to-make holiday treat that tastes like Christmas in every bite. It’s the perfect last-minute dessert for any family gathering or party and is loved by kids and adults alike.

Grinch White Chocolate Bark

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12 thoughts on “Easy Grinch White Chocolate Bark Recipe ~ 4 Ingredients

  • This would be a fun one to make with the kids in the family thanks for sharing sounds good.

  • Looks really good and my son would like this! We got the big cough for Christmas last year so there were quite a few things that I didn’t get around to making. But I will this year for sure!

  • This is so clever and creative and one the kids would so love.

  • This looks so yummy and easy to make!

  • Yummy and super easy to make! Thanks.

  • These are super cute! I’m loving the grinch theme you have going!

    • Thank you girl, I have just a couple of more to go. I should have them posted by the end of next week.

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  • I like this easy recipe and especially since It’s one of my fav christmas movies.

  • This looks like a really cute treat for Christmas!! Pop some in a nice bag and hand out!!

    Mishelle G

  • Looks yummy and easy to make.

    • Shelly, these are super easy to make, really. Kids (and adults) will love it. I love chocolate bark. Well… I love chocolate, lol.


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