1 step Lucky Charms white chocolate bark

This Lucky Charms White Chocolate Bark recipe could quite possibly be the easiest recipe we've done to date. It is just 1 step & only requires about 3-5 minutes of your time. That is unless you bought the regular Lucky Charms in which case we'd add an extra minute or so dedicated to picking out just the marshmallows. Did you know you can now purchase just the marshmallows online?! Oh & a 1 lb bag is just $10... You're welcome for giving you enough time to order them (HERE) before St. Patrick's Day.

The full recipe for this dessert is below but basically you just melt the chocolate, spread it out on some parchment paper, top it with honestly whatever you want (sprinkles, more chocolate chips, cereal, etc.) freeze it for a few ours & then break it apart into portions to share or bite sized pieces for yourself... It couldn't be cute & it obviously tastes good because like we said, it's just chocolate & toppings!

1 Step Lucky Charms White Chocolate Bark Recipe
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2 cups white chocolate
White chocolate chips
Lucky Charms marshmallows

Measuring cup
Mixing spoon
Microwavable safe bowl
Parchment paper
Baking sheet

In microwavable safe bowl melt the 2 cups of white chocolate chips for 30 second intervals, stirring in between, until smooth. Line baking sheet with parchment paper & pour melted chocolate over it. Smooth chocolate with the back of your mixing spoon until desired shape & size is formed. Add on toppings, freeze for 4-6 hours or until solid, break into pieces, serve, & enjoy!

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