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Make your peppermint bark in fun snowflake molds for a holiday treat! Jaws will drop when your friends see these festive Peppermint Bark Snowflakes, but only you’ll know how easy they were to make!

Peppermint Bark Snowflakes stacked on a white plate with candy cane garnish

Peppermint Bark Snowflakes

Peppermint bark is one of the holiday treats I dole out to the neighbors at Christmas. It’s pretty much a no-brainer: melt white chocolate, add crushed candy canes, peppermint extract and it’s basically finished.<

But years ago, I saw the coolest image on Pinterest, and I knew I had to make these beautiful snowflakes.  Mari, of Once Upon a Plate, executed them perfectly. Plus seeing an even older version at Baked by Rachel, made me update this post from 2011!

When I make my next batch, I’ll make thinner layers like Mari’s.  I found these snowflake molds at Target in those dollar bins eons ago, but now these Silicone Snowflake Molds can be yours via Amazon.

Peppermint Bark Snowflakes with candy cane shards on a white plate

Layered Peppermint Bark

I adapted this from the white chocolate peppermint bark recipe I make every Christmas. I made a half a batch of white chocolate bark and a half batch of semi-sweet chocolate bark without the added candy cane bits.

I started with a layer of melted mint flavored dark chocolate at the bottom of the molds, followed by a sprinkle of candy cane pieces.  This layer was chilled, then I repeated with a white chocolate layer and more candy cane bits.

The yield will vary depending on the size of your molds and the depth of your bark. Isn’t this layered peppermint bark festive????

Peppermint Bark Snowflakes stacked on a white plate

Tips for Making These Peppermint Bark Snowflakes:

  • This recipe will make six of these thick peppermint bark snowflakes.
  • To make 12 thick snowflakes, double the recipe and purchase two molds.
  • If you’d like thinner snowflakes, make the full recipe and divide between two molds.
  • Place the molds on a Half Sheet Pan for easy transfer to the refrigerator to chill.
  • I give the molds a little shimmy to even out the chocolate layer before it starts to set.
  • Chill before adding the second layer.
  • Add the crushed candy cane pieces before the top solidifies.
  • Wrap in a cellophane bag with a pretty ribbon for a hostess gift.

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Peppermint Bark Snowflakes

Peppermint Bark Snowflakes

Peppermint bark snowflakes for the holidays

Prep Time 20 minutes
Total Time 20 minutes
Yield 6



  • 8 ounces white chocolate, chopped
  • 8 ounces semisweet chocolate, chopped
  • 2 teaspoons vegetable oil, divided
  • 1/2-1 teaspoon peppermint extract, divided
  • 6-8 candy canes, crushed into 1/4 inch pieces (remove dust)


  1. Gently melt the semisweet chocolate and 1 teaspoon vegetable oil in a large microwave-safe bowl, stopping and stirring at 30-second intervals till melted and smooth. Add ΒΌ-1/2 teaspoon of peppermint extract. Pour into your silicone molds (my layers were slightly under a half inch deep). Sprinkle with some candy cane bits. Refrigerate while making the white chocolate layer.
  2. Melt the white chocolate and 1 teaspoon vegetable oil as you did the dark chocolate and add extract. Pour white chocolate over dark chocolate (about the same depth) and sprinkle tops with candy cane bits before the chocolate hardens. Chill, then remove from molds to serve


I found these silicone snowflake molds at Target.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 474Total Fat: 25gSaturated Fat: 14gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 9gCholesterol: 8mgSodium: 45mgCarbohydrates: 65gFiber: 2gSugar: 55gProtein: 4g
Peppermint Bark Snowflakes | A fabulous, impressive holiday or hostess gift!

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78 comments on “Peppermint Bark Snowflakes”

  1. Thank you for this recipe! Simple, yet effective. Easy to make especially when my kids start to nag about some homemade sweets.

  2. this one looks fantastic and yummy too on the christmas tree lizzy πŸ˜€
    tq for sharing πŸ˜‰

  3. Liz, They are gorgeous! What a wonderful idea to use a mold for peppermint bark. These would make a perfect gift!

  4. Lizzy! These are so festive and gorgeous. They would make wonderful gifts. Wow!

  5. these look lovely and would make such a nice addition to any cookie tray. great work!

  6. These are so cool! They look so professional too!

  7. these are beautiful!! what a great addition to a holiday gift!

  8. I can’t get over how beautiful these are! WOW!

  9. They are very festive and so perfect!

  10. Love these and they would be so fun to make for friends! Thank you for sharing πŸ™‚

  11. These are stunning! Will definitely be giving these a go when I get home from university and have access to all my baking equipment, ha!

  12. this looks so good. thanks for sharing

  13. Oh how fun, I just bought the different styles of these muffins pans at Target! Your peppermint barks looks stunning, love them:-)Beautiful, Hugs, Terra

  14. These are just so gorgeous! Beautiful holiday treats πŸ™‚

  15. These are so beautiful! I’m speechless… Almost… I’m considering decorating next year’s tree with these. Yea, I think I can get away with it.

  16. These are so beautiful, Lizzy! I could not believe that it’s home made. You are a pro!

  17. Do these need to be refrigerated until right before serving? I made these for a cookie exchange. So I need to know how long I can keep them out. It usually lasts about 3 hours.

    • Hi, Vandana,

      These do not need to be refrigerated, so they’ll be fine at your cookie exchange. I made some for my book club this year and they sat on my kitchen counter for a week πŸ™‚ Hope your friends enjoy!

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