Friday, March 18, 2011

Jelly Bean Bark


      Can you believe that my most viewed post was my Sweethearts Bark? I'm amazed that
      something with on 2 ingredients was so loved. Makes a gal, happy! This bark is super
      cute and still only 2 ingredients. The possibilities are endless. You can put these in a
      Easter Basket or Easter Eggs and Bag them with a ribbon. Enjoy!

            Jelly Bean Bark
 
         1 bag of jelly beans, use half a bag
         1 bag candy melts, any color

      Melt candy melts in microwave for 2-3 minutes. Take out and pour in a 8 x 8 pan
      lined with parchment paper and assemble the jellybeans and refrigerate until hard.
      Break into pieces and enjoy!
  

45 comments:

  1. That looks so sweet and festive for Easter! Not to mention easy :)

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  2. Now this is something I could handle for sure!! Was this post just for me or what? Ha! ;)

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  3. Girl I still go back thru your archives and look at that gorgeous bark. IT ROCKS! Simple always wins :) HUGS

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  4. Loved the valantiens bark! I posted it on my blog and fb page.:)
    Now I love the jelly bean bark too! You are rock Val! thecoolkidsblog.com

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  5. wonderful idea!! especially for a little easter treat :)

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  6. That is too cute for words. Problem is my kids hate jelly beans so I would be forced to eat it all. What's wrong with them?

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  7. I am going to make this for easter! so simple but it looks adorable:) thanks for sharing doll!

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  8. Perfect for SPRING! girl post some novice chef recipe for tilapia, chicken, and lil meals! I need help in the kitchen! Xo,

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  9. That is so pretty! I can just imagine how good it tastes too!

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  10. YUM!!! I love any kind of bark and this one looks delicious. I just love any sort of Easter candy. Thanks for the recipe!

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  11. This is so fabulous. And just perfect for Easter!!! Thanks for re-posting.

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  12. I can believe it...a great idea and great ideas are usually very simple! Love it! ;D

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  13. I absolutely love this! Can't wait to try :) Thank you for sharing!

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  14. Super fun! We might have to make this this weekend:) as well as those orange muffins.. Have a great weekend Val=)
    PS Your little gal's St. Paddy's day pic yesterday was the cutest ever.

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  15. This candy bark looks amazing-It's beautiful. The pink is ideal for Easter. Awesome. Thanks for sharing.

    I am new follower! Love your blog.

    Cheers.
    Velva

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  16. You are just so clever! :) What a pretty treat!

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  17. This is adorable! I just found your blog and didn't see the Sweethearts bark. I can't wait to make this for Easter. THANKS!

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  18. Ooh, I am SOOOOO not making this. I do not have that kind of will power. Ask me how much I love jelly beans.

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  19. I have to make this. What a pretty piece of candy!!

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  20. i really do need to make this--and there is no excuse since there are only 2 ingredients! genius! happy weekend~

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  21. I am SO SO SO making these for Easter! So glad you reposted it :)

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  22. I think those need to make an appearance on my Easter table!

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  23. Mine was strawberries stuffed with powdered sugar and cream cheese! This is so adorable and perfect for easter.

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  24. Too cute Val! Definitely perfect for Easter : )

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  25. It looks so pretty! perfect for Easter.

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  26. yum that looks amazing! And so cute! I'm definitely trying this.

    XOXO

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  27. I would eat all of this if it stayed in my house! hence it would make a perfect gift!!!! =)

    xoXOxo
    Jenn @ Peas & Crayons

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  28. This is so pretty, Val! Love me some jelly beans!

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  29. It's sooo pretty!! I don't like jellybeans but I think it would be great with the Easter M&Ms!!

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  30. Jelly Bean Bark? This is brilliant!! And oh so pretty ;-)

    Happy Monday Dear! xo

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  31. My girl's would LOVE this for sure! So cute for Easter. XO ~Liz

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  32. WOW so awesome!! We are making this for sure for Easter!

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  33. You've done it again, Val!

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  34. oh my perfect for Easter!!!!! Love it. I always think that some of the best recipes have minimal ingredients

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  35. Love your recipes!!! My daughter doesn't like jelly beans. I will try this recipe with mini malted milk Easter eggs or almond M&Ms. Thanks for the idea.

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  36. I LOVE YOU! AMAZING, so freaking cute! GOING TO DO THIS for sure! LOVE IT. WINKS- JEN

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  37. This is ridiculous CUTE!!! Val, I would love. love. love for you to link up ANY of your fantastic recipes / ideas to my handmade linky party tomorrow:) Hope to see you there:)

    xoxo Hanna

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  38. Love your post!! I've featured you on our Springtime Favorites!
    http://kirstikoo.blogspot.com/2011/03/springtime-favorites.html

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  39. So pretty! I can't wait to include them in my roundup of pastel Easter sweets on Monday!

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  40. So cute! Has anyone tried these with chocolate candy? Just wondering how they turned out!

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  41. I've got a sweet tooth, indeed))) Those candies look adorable))) Thank You for sharing such a nice post!
    Wish you a blessed day ahead!

    www.svetusvet.com

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