Jelly Belly and Marshmallow Chocolate Bark

Make this Jelly Belly Jelly Bean and Marshmallow Chocolate Bark in just FIVE minutes. A perfect treat for both children and adults and it can be made with any different sweets or chocolate.

I said I had another Jelly Belly recipe for you this week, and this is a nice quick and easy one. You can make this with just a microwave and a few utensils, I actually made this at work in the little kitchen area we have. I make Chocolate Bark all the time, it always taste so much nicer than ‘plain’ chocolate, you can fill the chocolate with absolutely anything you like. I’ve chosen Jelly Belly Beans and Marshmallows this week. I’ve even made the chocolate fancy too.

Jelly Bean and Marshmallow Chocolate Bark

Chocolate Bark Ingredients:

Makes around 10 pieces 

2 bars Milkybar chocolate

Pink food colouring (NOT water based)

60g Jelly Belly beans (I used the Jewel Collection*)

40g mini marshmallows


Preparation – 10 minutes | Cooling – 1-2 hours

1. Melt the 3/4 of the Milkybar chocolate, you can do this in a bowl over a pan of boiling water or pop in in the microwave for 2 minutes. Set this aside then melt the remaining 1/4 in a separate bowl.

2. Add pink food colouring to the 1/4 chocolate, you must use a paste or gel as water based food colourings will cause the chocolate to crumble and not set again. Make this chocolate as pink as you like, this will be swirled into the other chocolate.

3. Stir almost all of your Jelly Belly beans and mini marshmallows to the 3/4 chocolate mixture, leaving a few aside to push in at the end.

4. Pour this mixture into a baking tray lined with baking paper then swirl in the pink chocolate to give your Chocolate Bark a marbled effect.

5. Push in the remainder of your Jelly Belly beans and mini marshmallows. I tend to be as random as possible with this.

6. Leave in the fridge until set, this will take around 1-2 hours. Break into chunks (bark).



Have you made Chocolate Bark before? What would be your filling of choice? I’d love to see your photos on Twitter (@AmiRoseBlog) if you have a go at making this yourself.

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  1. 27th April 2016 / 1:54 pm

    I never thought that this would be something I need to save so that I can make later but oh my word you had me at milkybar, This sounds like an absolute dream and I’m definitely going to be whipping it up in the near future!

    Steph –

  2. 27th April 2016 / 5:02 pm

    Omg I can’t believe how simple these are to make. WHY HAVEN”T I TRIED MAKING THEM BEFORE?! I bet they taste delicious. xx

    Jessie | allthingsbeautiful-x

  3. Mum
    28th April 2016 / 7:48 am

    Easily the best chocolate recipe I’ve ever tasted. The chewy jelly beans goes so well with the White chocolate. It’s even tastier when left in the fridge to go hard. I was going to leave a little for tomorrow but just had to eat it all – oops!! It was a lovely surprise for me when I opened the fridge – thank you xx

  4. Vivi
    1st May 2016 / 8:57 pm

    oh no oh no I have to try this but just gave a speech to my husband that I’m going on a diet! tomorrow?


  5. The Sunday Mode
    16th May 2016 / 2:09 pm

    This is such a cool idea and such a smart way to make chocolate look more impressive! I feel like this would be perfect to whip out at a party.