Cherry White Chocolate Skittle and Lifesaver Bark {DIY Creations with Wrigley Candy for the Holiday}

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I hope you all had a Merry Christmas/happy holiday.

I had 3 Christmas’ this year and I’m sad it’s over, but I’m so lucky that I was able to celebrate with all the people I love.


I asked Santa for money this year so I could have some reconstruction done to my site by Southtown Creative.  I highly recommend it!

Anyway, sorry for the short hiatus, but it’s been a busy week.  Since I’m sure you all have, too, I’m posting an easy recipe today.

Wrigley kindly sent me a humongous box of candy (this did not influence any opinions) and asked, “How do YOU use Wrigley gum and confections in your entertaining, celebrating, or DIY-ing?“

Amy Atlas is an amazing sweets stylist, so I’ve got nothing on her, but I made some bark.  It was a long shot, but it ended up tasted really good and the kids in my family really enjoyed it.  I really think it was the addition of the cherry flavoring.  Without it, the chocolate would have been too overpowering.

If you want to see some awesome creations, go check out Amy’s site.

Cherry White Chocolate Skittle and Lifesaver Bark

Ingredients:
1 package Vanilla Almond Bark
2 teaspoons oil
1 teaspoon cherry extract
2 cups skittles
2 packages crushed up lifesavers
Optional: Colored sugars

Directions:
1.  Melt the vanilla almond bark with the oil in the microwave. (About 2 minutes)
2.  Poor almond bark on a nonstick surface and spread a thin layer.  (I used parchment paper)
3.  Layer skittles, lifesavers, and sugars over the melted chocolate.
4.  Let cool until hardened, break apart and serve.

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