Its that time of year my friends, time for everything Red, White and Blue! I’m so ready to kick back and celebrate with my friends and family! I’m getting a head start on the menu and patriotic decorations, well the things that I can, and I am starting with this Red, White and Blue Pretzel Bark!

Red, White and Blue Pretzel Bark

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This easy Red, White and Blue Pretzel Bark, is an easy treat to whip up in advance and store until its time to treat yourself!


Almond Bark
Red & Blue Food Coloring
Red, White and Blue chocolate candies

Red, White and Blue Pretzel Bark Directions:

  1. Melt your almond bark on low heat. Once the almond bark starts to melt, remove from heat and keep stirring to melt it completely.

  2. Add a few tablespoons of almond bark to two separate small bowls.

  3. Dye one bowl blue and one red with food coloring gel. Thin out your almond bark with a little coconut oil if it seizes up.

  4. Line a large cookie sheet with wax paper.

  5. Break up pretzels and lay them on the bottom of your cookie sheet.

  6. Cover your pretzels with the melted white almond bark. Use a spoon to spread it out and cover pretzels if necessary.

  7. Dip a spoon into your red almond bark and drizzle across the white almond bark. Repeat with blue almond bark.

  8. Add your sprinkles and candies, allow bark to cool completely, break into pieces and enjoy!

Store in a cool dark place or in the fridge until its time to serve. Freeze leftovers for up to 6 months.

Red, White and Blue Pretzel Bark

This Red, White and Blue Pretzel Bark is sure to be a hit at your summer celebrations! Or just, whenever! Cause its pretty and delicious and such a tasty treat!

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9 Responses to Red, White and Blue Pretzel Bark

  1. Carlee says:

    That is so cute! We are hosting a patriotic themed link up over on Cooking With Carlee. I’d love it if you came and linked up your favorite patriotic posts!

  2. Festive and fun!! Thanks for sharing on the What’s for Dinner link up!

  3. That just looks too easy, it almost seems like cheating! This might find it’s way into our house on the 4th! So glad I saw your link at the link party!

  4. Robbie Cheadle says:

    I love this idea, the salty pretzels with the sweetness.

  5. I might make some for the 4th – looks delish!

  6. GiGi Eats says:

    YOU CERTAINLY MASTERED this bark!!! It looks ridiculously tasty!

  7. Miz Helen says:

    Your 4th of July Pretzel Bark looks like a awesome treat for the holiday! Hope you have a great 4th of July weekend and thanks so much for sharing with us at Full Plate Thursday!
    Miz Helen

  8. Fun, simple and so festive!

  9. What a quick and easy snack for a 4th of July BBQ! Happy Fiesta Friday!

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