Melted Snowmen Bark

hand grabbing piece of Melted Snowmen Bark on plate

This Melted Snowmen Bark is the perfect holiday treat to make! With a base of Honey Maid Graham Crackers topped with white chocolate, Fudge Dipped Oreo Thins Bites and the cutest snowmen – It’s simple, delicious and so fun to decorate with your family and friends! 

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My absolute favorite time of the year is here! The twinkle lights, the decorations, the holiday movies, the music constantly playing on the radio…ah, the holidays! Don’t you just love them? 

placing an oreo on Melted Snowmen Bark

To me, nothing starts the holiday season off like having a Christmas Cookie Decorating Party with your friends and family! I have done this for years now and each year I look forward to it. 

There is really no better situation I can think of than being with my family and closest friends all warm and cozy, sipping hot cocoa making holiday treats and then enjoying them by the fire! 

However, this year, I wanted to change it up! Yes, we all love the sugar cookies, snickerdoodles, and the brownies…but this year, I wanted to try something different! Something where everyone could be involved, young or old. Something where everyone could contribute and place their own unique spin on. 

Enter this Melted Snowmen Bark! AKA the cutest holiday treat you will eat this season! I bought all of my ingredients at my local Harris Teeter, which is my favorite place to grocery shop during the holidays! They are always stocked up with everything I need and they always have the best sales. 

melted snowmen bark on christmas tea towel

Why I Love this Melted Snowmen Bark

The base of this Melted Snowmen Bark consists of my favorite Honey Maid Graham Crackers, which we all know are delicious enough to eat on their own! But, from there, you melt smooth and silky white chocolate on top of them. Sprinkle some white decorating sugar on top for that fun “snowy” effect. 

Then the real fun starts! You get to decorate your snowmen! You got the pretzel sticks for arms, mini chocolate chips for buttons (or, festive red + green sprinkles!), carrot sprinkles for noses and for extra deliciousness, Original Fudge Dipped Oreo Thins Bites as the hats!

Yes, you read that right. Fudge Dipped Oreo Thins Bites. And yes, they are as delicious as they sound. 

ingredients for Melted Snowmen Bark

This all results in a delicious, sweet, salty and festive treat! My family and I ended up eating ours as we watched my favorite Christmas movie – Home Alone! These Melted Snowmen Bark were easily the star of the show and we all had SUCH a fun evening. 

close up of snowman

So, let’s get into how to make this delicious Melted Snowmen Bark!

Ingredients You Need for Melted Snowmen Bark: 

  • 12 HONEY MAID Honey Grahams 
  • 2 packages (4 oz. each) of white baking chocolate 
  • 1 and ½ tsp of white decorating sugar 
  • 12 Original Fudge Dipped OREO Thins Bites 
  • 12 pretzel sticks, broken in half 
  • 24 mini candy button eyes 
  • 12 carrot shaped sprinkles 
  • 36 miniature semi-sweet chocolate chips (I used the Harris Teeter Brand!) 

How to Make Melted Snowmen Bark: 

Begin, as always, by grabbing a large baking sheet. Line the baking sheet with aluminum foil. Place the Honey Maid Grahams in a single layer with the sides touching. See photo below for reference: 

graham crackers on baking sheet

Melt the white chocolate using a double boiler method or just the microwave. Make sure it’s super smooth and silky. 

pouring melted white chocolate on graham crackers

Spread the white chocolate over the Honey Maid Grahams. Sprinkle the white decorating sugar on top to achieve the super snowy look! 

spreading melted white chocolate on graham crackers

Now it’s time to decorate the snowmen! Use the Fudge Dipped OREO Thins Bites for little hats, the candy eyes for eyes (of course!), the carrot sprinkle as the nose, the pretzel sticks as the little arms and you must have cute buttons! Feel free to use the miniature chocolate chips or festive round sprinkles! We all ended up doing a combination of both. 

Pop the bark into the fridge to make sure that the chocolate gets firm – about 30 minutes. Once it’s firm, break into pieces and serve! 

close up of piece broken off of melted snowmen bark

Melted Snowmen Bark Tips/Notes: 

If desired, you can substitute white candy wafers for the white baking chocolate.

I also highly recommend using some festive round sprinkles for the buttons on the snowmen in addition to the mini chocolate chips. It makes it so fun! 

Melted Snowmen Bark with packaging in photo

Oh….and one last important thing: make sure to head to harristeeter.com before you run to get your ingredients to get your COUPON so you can save and make your own Melted Snowmen Bark! Right now you can download an e-vic coupon to save $1.00 when you buy any TWO (2) HONEY MAID Grahams (12.2 oz. or larger) and a coupon to save $1.00 when you buy any TWO (2) packages of OREO Cookies (10.1 oz. or larger) Yay for saving money during the holidays! (You must be an e-vic member to receive the coupon!)

Hope you all are enjoying the holiday season so far. The best part of the holidays is spending time with those you love eating delicious food! Cheers! 

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5 from 4 votes
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Melted Snowmen Bark

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword christmas desserts, decorative bark, easy white chocolate bark, snowman bark, white chocolate bark, white chocolate bark recipes
Prep Time 20 minutes
Total Time 50 minutes
Author Haylie

Ingredients

  • 12 HONEY MAID Honey Grahams
  • 2 packages (4 oz. each) white baking chocolate 
  • 1 and ½ tsp white decorating sugar 
  • 12 Original Fudge Dipped OREO Thins Bites 
  • 12 pretzel sticks, broken in half 
  • 24 mini candy button eyes 
  • 12 carrot shaped sprinkles 
  • 36 miniature semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • optional: colored chocolate candies or sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Place grahams, with sides touching, in single layer on foil-covered rimmed baking sheet.

  2. Spread with melted white chocolate; sprinkle with the white decorating sugar. 

  3. Top with remaining ingredients to resemble 12 melted snowmen as shown in photos above!

  4. Refrigerate 30 min. or until chocolate is firm. 

  5. Break into 18 pieces to serve. Enjoy!

Recipe Notes

Substitute small round candies or round sprinkles for the chocolate chips! You can also prepare using 8 oz. melted white candy coating wafers instead of the white baking chocolate. 

Nutrition Information Per Serving: 130 calories, 6g total fat, 3g saturated fat, 0mg cholesterol, 85mg sodium, 19g carbohydrate, <1g dietary fiber, 13g total sugars includes 12g added sugars, 1g protein, 0%DV Vitamin A, 0%DV Vitamin C, 0%DV Vitamin D, 2%DV calcium, 2%DV iron, 2%DV potassium 

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  1. 5 stars
    I usually make some kind of bark for Christmas, and this one is so adorable I may just add it to the list! My nephews would absolutely love it! And I’m pretty sure it would be a hit with the adults in my family too! 😉

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