A no-bake holiday treat is what you will find in this fun and adorable melting snowman white chocolate bark! White chocolate bark melted and topped with candy pieces to resemble a melting snowman.
Not only is it a festive and easy dessert to serve up, but it is downright addictive. The bits of pretzel offer that salty sweet that is hard to resist.
Melting Snowman White Chocolate Bark
Snowman are always so fun for the Christmas season. Their round body, carrot-shaped noses, big hats, and of course a fun scarf! I wanted to create a really easy dessert that my kids would laugh at when they saw.
I went into my pantry, grabbed some candies and got to making these fun snowman. They are truly so simple, you don’t even turn the oven on!
No Bake Melting Snowman White Chocolate Bark
Melt that white chocolate in the microwave for easy prep. The one tip I will share works fast. Almond bark is perfect for dipping and making treats just like this. The only downfall is it sets up hard, and quickly.
So if you are not fast enough your snowman pieces won’t get melted and stuck into the chocolate.
It is not about making things perfect, it is getting them on your bark before it hardens. Trust me, it will still look really good!
Just try to gauge where you might add breaks in the bark, so you can bundle each snowman pieces in that area. I do recommend ensuring all your candy pieces are out and ready to be put on the bark before you start.
I also really like a thinner bark. I find if the bark is too thick it tends to be harder to bite into. I used a spatula to thin out my almond bark, and it worked perfectly.
Fun Facts About Frosty The Snowman
Because this is a snowman dessert, I wanted to share a few fun facts about our frosty white guy! These facts might be fun to share with your kids to help get them into the holiday spirit!
- The snowman has been a big part of the holiday season, and in early years it was to help promote snow cone products!
- Frosty the Snowman was written and released in 1950, and now is one of the most popular holiday songs that have been covered by numerous singers over the years.
- In 1969 Frosty The Snowman was made into a movie which is now a variety of sequels that came to follow after.
- The original Frosty the Snowman never mentions Christmas, it just talks about the snowman coming to life one day. But, they decided to make it a holiday song, it paid off!
Give this recipe a try and let me know what you think. Feel free to get creative with the snowman toppings and have fun! Serve this at holiday parties, playdates, treats for after school and more.