Rainbow Sugar Cookie Bark Recipe


Rainbow Sugar Cookie Bark Recipe:

1 pouch sugar cookie mix
1 stick butter, room temperature
2 tablespoons milk
1 bag (24oz) vanilla candy melts
Green food coloring (optional)
Jelly Beans
– Start by lining a cookie sheet with parchment paper – set aside.
– In a large bowl, combine the sugar cookie mix with the butter and milk. You may find it is easiest to mix this dough with your hands.  If you want to tint the dough green, add the food coloring a few drops at a time and knead.
– In a medium microwave-safe bowl, melt half the candy melts per the instructions on the bag.
– Once smooth, pour the candy melts onto the parchment paper and spread to about ¼ inch thick.
– Working with a little dough at a time, top the chocolate with the dough.  
– Refrigerate for 10-15 minutes until it is starting to harden.
– Melt the remaining candy melts and pour over the top of the dough spreading it with a spatula. Decorate the top of the chocolate with jelly beans in a rainbow pattern.
– Chill for 1 hour until completely hardened, then break apart and package up.

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  1. Tammy S says

    This recipe looks awesome! I like how it’s not like most bark recipes, which is to sweet in my opinion. Thanks for the recipe!

  2. Rosie says

    All my favs rolled into one – sugar cookie, bark and jelly beans – what’s not to luv?! And I’m pretty sure when I open the container with these, the kids will think I’m super!

  3. nicole dz says

    Great recipe for a sweet tooth! Love how sweet these are. And they are very colorful! Kids will love them!

  4. says

    This Sugar Cookie is named correctly – “Rainbow” – They look delicious. My niece and nephew would love these. Okay, I’ll do my duty as an Aunt and make sure they taste great. If mine turn out anything like yours – it’ll be a hit. Thanks for the recipe.

  5. Betsy Barnes says

    What a lovely, colorful recipe! This would be fun with red, white and blue candies for July 4th. If I have time, I might play around and see, thanks! 🙂

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