Chocolate Bark with Popcorn

A no bake chocolate bark with popcorn and candy. The kids will love it!

Chocolate Bark with popcorn

I made a batch of this Chocolate Bark with Popcorn to take to a friends party recently. It's super quick to make, and after an hour or so in the fridge, you have a chocolatey sweet treat, just perfect for the kids!

What is chocolate bark?

Chocolate bark is basically a sheet of chocolate covered with nuts, dried fruit, or in this case popcorn and candy!

How do you stop the chocolate bark from sticking?

As long as you've lined your baking tin with baking paper, it can just be popped out onto a chopping board, once set, and cut with a sharp knife into shards.

How long will chocolate bark last?

It never lasts very long in this house, but it will keep for up to 2 weeks in the fridge.

Chocolate bark with candy and popcorn

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Chocolate Bark with popcorn

This no bake chocolate bark is such a quick and easy sweet treat to make and perfect with a glass of milk for an after school treat.

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Chocolate Bark, Chocolate Bark with Popcorn
Yield: 16 pieces
Chocolate Bark with Popcorn

Chocolate Bark with Popcorn

Prep time: 10 MCook time: Total time: 10 M
A no bake chocolate bark with popcorn and candy. The kids will love it!


  • 200g Milk Chocolate
  • 200g White Chocolate
  • 75g Peanut Butter Dragees or M&M's
  • 10g  Popcorn (I used Pop Works Peanut Butter Caramel flavour)


  1. Line a 20 x 30cm tin with non stick baking paper.
  2. Melt the milk chocolate and white chocolate in two separate bowls (I melt in the microwave - be careful not to burn the chocolate though).
  3. Once the chocolate has cooled slightly, swirl both the milk and white chocolate into the tin, reserving a few spoons for drizzling on the top.
  4. Sprinkle over the popcorn and peanut butter dragees, then drizzle over the reserved chocolate. Chill for a few hours in the fridge. Cut with a knife into shards to serve.
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  1. This looks delicious! But can you explain what a Dragee is? Is it a type of peanut sweet. Sorry if I'm being a bit clueless!

    1. Its kind of like a smartie/m and m sweet. I found peanut butter filled 'dragees' in Lidl.