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Monday, March 9, 2015

RECIPE :: Skittles Dunk the Rainbow Bark



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To say my husband loves basketball would be an understatement. We are a home that loves sports but basketball season is one of his faves. The March basketball season is upon us and he takes watching his favorite team seriously. It also helps that his favorite team just happens to be one of the better ones (thankfully), so he stays pretty happy all season long! I love to make fun treats to munch on, so making a new treat to go along with my hubs love of basketball was a must!


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On my latest trip to Sam's Club picking up a few things, I noticed this bag of Skittles and immediately had an idea of a fun treat to make that everyone could enjoy while watching basketball plus this would surely make basketball sweeter right?! I love Skittles by themselves but I wanted to make something quick and easy for game day, plus it had to be delish! 


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Well here is what I came up with using those Skittles. Are you ready to dunk the rainbow, taste the rainbow?

I give you "Dunk the Rainbow Bark' . . . a.k.a. the perfect treat to munch on while getting our game on! I mean seriously it it so good! You have to try it as it is so simple to make . . . just TWO ingredients: white chocolate and Skittles! That's it. It's only madness if you don't have Skittles! ;) And trust me, this was a slam dunk with the family!

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Skittles Dunk the Rainbow Bark recipe:

Only 2 ingredients are needed to make this: 
- Skittles
- 12 oz. bag of white chocolate chips or I used Wilton candy melts

Directions:
- crush up 1/2 cup of Skittles
- place wax paper inside of a 9x9 pan or one of your choice and spray to prevent it from sticking
- melt candy melts according to the directions on the package and pour into prepared pan
- sprinkle the crushed Skittles across the melted chocolate
- refrigerate for about 1/2 hour until solid
- once hardened, remove from pan and peel off wax paper and break into pieces or cut them with a knife - whichever you prefer


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Place on your favorite dish or cake stand (in this case) because basketball treats can get a little fancy right? I sprinkled some Skittles around the bark plus filled some mini basketball bowls with some Skittles so they could easily be grabbed while watching the games. 

What is your favorite Skittles flavor? If you love Skittles just as much as we do, make sure to follow them on facebook at www.facebook.com/Skittles or see more fun and ideas over here at Skittles Tourney.

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Are there any special treats you enjoy while watching the game? Anyone thinking about making this 'dunk the rainbow bark'?



 

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45 comments:

  1. This looks FAB. OMG I love Skittles and I'm sure they are awesome in the bark!

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    1. Oh you MUST try this recipe for sure then as it is sooooo good! =)

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  2. I knew I should have picked up white chocolate chips when I was at the store yesterday. This looks amazing and I'm such a huge Skittles fan. #client

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    1. Thanks so much! Get them the next trip to the store Carolyn, you will NOT regret it as it's delish! ;)

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  3. What a fun treat, I love skittles and white chocolate so this is an all around win!

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    1. ahhh thanks so much - you would love this treat then! ;)

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  4. These look so yummy! I love the colors!

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    1. thanks - totally great colors - rainbow kinda goes with everything so it's easy to do! ;)

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  5. Looks delicious. I'd love this for March Madness or any time of thr year!

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    1. thanks so much! It IS really good - hope you can give it a try sometime! ;)

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  6. Nom nom nom. Love all things Skittles! This looks amazing xoxo

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    1. ahhh thanks so much - hope you get a chance to try it out!

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  7. How creative! I have some skittles in the drawer and will be trying this out soon!

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  8. What a fun idea. My boys would love this!

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  9. How bright and colorful! I want to try to make these with my toddler who loves Skittles!

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  10. Yum looks awesome and so colorful!

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  11. This looks lethally sweet! I'm more a dark chocolate kind of gal, but occasionally I do enjoy a small pack of skittles; lime is my favorite.

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  12. I love skittles! What a tasty recipe, why is it called bark do you know?

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  13. I would love Skittles Bark. Looks great!!

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  14. This sounds absolutely amazing! I love Skittles and candy bark! A great combiination!

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  15. OMG, these look so delish! I was just thinking about skittles the other day and how they used to be my favorite candy. I need to get some to make this recipe!

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  16. I love skittles! And White chocolate - I'm not much of a regular chocolate fan. I wouldn't think to make bark out of skittles though - yum!

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  17. Oh these loos good. And they are my grandkids favorite

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  18. This looks yummy and fun to make! As the mom of a child with a nut allergy I always love finding nut free snacks and this is a great one! Pinning it!

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  19. Looks fun, I love your photography!
    I've never been a fan of skittles. Always seemed like a poor second to M&Ms to me. But they were never that popular in the UK so maybe that's why?

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  20. My daughter loves Skittles so I think I may have to make this for her.

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  21. I love those colors - so bright. It'd make a great dessert for Easter

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  22. YUM!! what a fun and colorful treat. I bet you can taste the rainbow here.

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  23. My husband was a big skittles fan back in the day, this looks like something he would have eaten lol

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  24. Your pictures are beautiful, they are jumping at me saying " make me" . They look so yummy, I will surely try these

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  25. My kids love Skittles and bark! They will go nuts if I make this!

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  26. Our family loves Skittles because they are a candy our kids can eat worry free without concerns about contamination or ingredients that could trigger their food allergies. I really enjoyed your post as I take a vacation time myself for first two days of March Madness every year so I can watch all the first round games on TV. "Taste the Rainbow" was my slogan playing rec league basketball in college because I always drilled my three point shots. I think I came up with it before Skittles did LOL

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  27. Skittles add so much color and flavor to everything! Love the idea of the bark!

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  28. I can totally see how those would work well in a bark. I like that you chopped them up!

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  29. My kids love Skittles so they would really enjoy this. It looks so easy to make!

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  30. What a fun snack idea you shared. I like the way premade candy is such a nice portion of the final dish.

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  31. I'm making it with my son! He will love it! Skittles are his favorite!

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  32. What a great combination! I would have never thought o chocolate and Skittles together, my kids would love this!

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  33. Yum, I bet that tastes great! And...gotta love a dessert I can make with only 2 ingredients! Perfect to whip up before the big games!

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  34. Yup, making this for Easter festivities this weekend for sure

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  35. These are so colorful and perfect for Easter. Plus they look so yummy! I could totally make these this week!

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  36. Such a FUN recipe idea and perfect for Easter. I love bark recipes, I pinned it to my Easter board! Thank you!

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