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Orange Creamsicle Bark

I don’t know about you, but these orange sliced candies just take me back to my childhood. They were one of my favorite candies growing up and something I always grab on my travels as an adult as well.

This orange creamsicle bark is beyond delicious and couldn't be any easier to make! Takes me right back to my childhood!

So it seems only fitting to make this absolutely delicious Orange Creamsicle Bark! It’s super easy to make too….

Orange Creamsicle Bark

Ingredients

  • White chocolate chips or vanilla flavored melting wafers
  • Orange slices (you can find them in the candy section of the store)
  • Orange food coloring
  • Vanilla extract

Directions

Step 1: Line a flat baking dish with parchment paper (don’t miss this step or it will stick to the bowl!)

Step 2: Cut your candy orange slices in small pieces

Step 3: Melt a bag of white chocolate chips on the microwave in 15 second intervals until melted

bark
Step 4: Pour your melted white chocolate on the parchment paper in your dish and spread with a spatula (spray the spatula before use with cooking spray so it doesn’t stick).

Step 5: With a tooth pick, mix around a little orange food coloring — the swirls will make it prettier for presentation

Step 6: Add a small amount of vanilla at a time, also mix around with a toothpick. If you do too much at a time, your chocolate will start to get chunky.

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Step 7: Now add your orange sliced candies

Step 8: Freeze for 30 minutes or until hard

Step 9: Your bark is ready for you to break apart and enjoy!

This orange creamsicle bark is beyond delicious and couldn't be any easier to make! Takes me right back to my childhood!

You could wrap this in cellophane and a bow and give it as a gift as well.

Here’s some gift tags in this cool free printable I created for you. Download it here.

Orange Creamsicle Bark Gift Tags - This orange creamsicle bark is beyond delicious and couldn't be any easier to make! Takes me right back to my childhood!

Orange Creamsicle Bark
 
Ingredients
  • White chocolate chips or vanilla flavored melting wafers
  • Orange slices (you can find them in the candy section of the store)
  • Orange food coloring
  • Vanilla extract
Instructions
  1. Line a flat baking dish with parchment paper (don't miss this step or it will stick to the bowl!)
  2. Cut your candy orange slices in small pieces
  3. Melt a bag of white chocolate chips on the microwave in 15 second intervals until melted
  4. Pour your melted white chocolate on the parchment paper in your dish and spread with a spatula (spray the spatula before use with cooking spray so it doesn't stick).
  5. With a tooth pick, mix around a little orange food coloring -- the swirls will make it prettier for presentation
  6. Add a small amount of vanilla at a time, also mix around with a toothpick. If you do too much at a time, your chocolate will start to get chunky.
  7. Now add your orange sliced candies
  8. Freeze for 30 minutes or until hard
  9. Your bark is ready for you to break apart and enjoy!

 

 



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  1. Oh man, this looks so good! Anything titles “orange creamsicle” has my attention!

    My mom use to get a little bag of those candy orange slices at this little country bulk food store every time she went – she just couldn’t resist LOL! Now I find myself picking up a little bag every time I go there (which isn’t often!), in her memory. 🙂