This Oreo Candy Cane White Chocolate Bark might seem like a strange combination. Admitting a guilty pleasure, I have to confess the inspiration for it comes from a super market chain here in Canada. They have a Candy Cane Chocolate Fudge Crackle ice cream they only release at the holiday season. Fudge Crackle my butt! Should be called Fudge CRACK. It’s addictively good.
I wait until just before Christmas and only buy one carton. I plan the purchase for when I know there will be lots of people around to help me eat it. It’s my kryptonite otherwise. And, I honestly would love to just sit with a spoon and eat it from the carton.
This white chocolate bark has the same creaminess of the vanilla ice cream base. Crushing up candy canes and mini Oreos to sprinkle in it is just plain fun. And, happily, I have self-control with this version. A piece satiates and I move on! I hope you’ll give it a try and if you have that same “problem” with that crack ice cream do let me know. I’d like more than one member in my club!
Note: This is not a sponsored post. I’m just crazy about that darn ice cream. Wish I wasn’t!Print
Oreo Candy Cane White Chocolate Bark
This Oreo Candy Cane White Chocolate Bark makes a great homemade gift for friends and family at the holidays.
- Prep Time: 15 minutes
- Cook Time: 45 minutes cooking
- Total Time: 17 minute
- Yield: 18 to 24 pieces 1x
- Category: desserts
- Method: melting
- Cuisine: Canadian
6 candy canes
16 – 18 mini Oreos
1 lb white chocolate pieces
- Crush the candy canes in a thick plastic bag by pounding them with a rolling pin or hammer. Crush the Oreos in the same fashion and set both aside.
- Place the chocolate in a microwaveable bowl and heat for 3 minutes in a microwave on 50 per cent power.
- Stir any partially melted bits until the chocolate is smooth.
- Stir both the candy canes and Oreos into the chocolate and then spread it into a 13 x 9-inch baking dish.
- Refrigerate for 45 minutes to set then cut or crack it into shards.
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