Simple frosted circus animal cookie bark recipe - sugar and cloth

Frosted Circus Animal Bark Recipe

I, Lindsay, understand that not everyone is meant to be a baker. It doesn’t matter how clear and concise the instructions are, some people just can’t quite make it look like the pictures, but that doesn’t mean they should be unable to make something sweet and delicious.

So when people like this come to me, I always suggest chocolate bark. It requires very few ingredients, little to no cooking skills, and is both beautiful and delicious. I also like it because it is totally customizable. White chocolate, dark chocolate, nuts, sprinkles, dried fruit – the possibilities are endless. For today’s recipe, I incorporated my favorite frosted circus animal cookies — and of course sprinkles— to make this Frosted Circus Animal Bark.

So if you are one of those people who have given up on baking, maybe you should give it one more shot with this super simple (and colorful) dessert!…

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Frosted Circus Animal Bark Recipe

      Ingredients

      • 2 pounds White melting chocolate
      • Nonpareils sprinkles
      • Pink gel food coloring
      • 1 package Frosted Circus Animal Cookies

      Instructions

      • Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper
      • Melt chocolate in microwave at 20 second intervals until completely melted.
      • Divide chocolate into thirds. Use the candy coloring to tint one portion dark pink, and one portion light pink. Leave the final portion white.
      • Spoon large dollops of chocolate randomly across pan.
      • Using a knife, make circular motions all over the pan to combine chocolates together.
      • Sprinkle on nonpareils and animal cookies.
      • Place in the fridge until firm, and then break into pieces and serve.

      Simple frosted circus animal cookie bark recipe - sugar and cloth Simple frosted circus animal cookie bark recipe - sugar and clothSimple frosted circus animal cookie bark recipe - sugar and cloth

      The other great thing about chocolate bark is that it is so easy to share! Once you have mastered this recipe, make sure you take it to your friends to show off your new baking skills!

      Do you have a favorite bark topping? I love the crunch on the Frosted Circus Animal Cookies, but I am always looking for new ideas!

      Sprinkles For Breakfast - Contributor - Sugar and Cloth

      This post may contain affiliate links which won’t change your price but will share some commission using Shopstyle, Reward Style, and/or Amazon Associates.

      Simple frosted circus animal cookie bark recipe - sugar and cloth

      Frosted Circus Animal Bark Recipe

      I, Lindsay, understand that not everyone is meant to be a baker. It doesn’t matter how clear and concise the instructions are, some people just can’t quite make it look like the pictures, but that doesn’t mean they should be unable to make something sweet and delicious.

      So when people like this come to me, I always suggest chocolate bark. It requires very few ingredients, little to no cooking skills, and is both beautiful and delicious. I also like it because it is totally customizable. White chocolate, dark chocolate, nuts, sprinkles, dried fruit – the possibilities are endless. For today’s recipe, I incorporated my favorite frosted circus animal cookies — and of course sprinkles— to make this Frosted Circus Animal Bark.

      So if you are one of those people who have given up on baking, maybe you should give it one more shot with this super simple (and colorful) dessert!…

      MY LATEST VIDEOS

      Simple frosted circus animal cookie bark recipe - sugar and clothSimple frosted circus animal cookie bark recipe - sugar and cloth Simple frosted circus animal cookie bark recipe - sugar and cloth

      MY LATEST VIDEOS

      Frosted Circus Animal Bark Recipe

          Ingredients

          • 2 pounds White melting chocolate
          • Nonpareils sprinkles
          • Pink gel food coloring
          • 1 package Frosted Circus Animal Cookies

          Instructions

          • Prepare a baking sheet with parchment paper
          • Melt chocolate in microwave at 20 second intervals until completely melted.
          • Divide chocolate into thirds. Use the candy coloring to tint one portion dark pink, and one portion light pink. Leave the final portion white.
          • Spoon large dollops of chocolate randomly across pan.
          • Using a knife, make circular motions all over the pan to combine chocolates together.
          • Sprinkle on nonpareils and animal cookies.
          • Place in the fridge until firm, and then break into pieces and serve.

          Simple frosted circus animal cookie bark recipe - sugar and cloth Simple frosted circus animal cookie bark recipe - sugar and clothSimple frosted circus animal cookie bark recipe - sugar and cloth

          The other great thing about chocolate bark is that it is so easy to share! Once you have mastered this recipe, make sure you take it to your friends to show off your new baking skills!

          Do you have a favorite bark topping? I love the crunch on the Frosted Circus Animal Cookies, but I am always looking for new ideas!

          Sprinkles For Breakfast - Contributor - Sugar and Cloth

          This post may contain affiliate links which won’t change your price but will share some commission using Shopstyle, Reward Style, and/or Amazon Associates.

          Comments

          • Gabriella

            03.17.16

            This is *literally* the prettiest bark I have ever seen. It would be so hard to resist this!

            • Ashley said:

              awesome, so glad you love it Gabriella! xo

            • Ashley said:

              same here! it’s an iced animal cookie addiction I don’t want to give up, haha ;)

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