Peppermint White Chocolate Bars


Peppermint White Chocolate Bars

Peppermint White Chocolate Bars

Yield: makes 12

Peppermint White Chocolate Bars - A white chocolate peppermint blondie, chocolate chips, and a thick layer or white chocolate peppermint frosting.


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43 Comments

  • These are like Christmas in a baked good. I love them and will be definitely making and freezing some this Christmas season.

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    • I hope that you do. These are so pretty I could just look at them and be happy.

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  • Those look refreshing yet decadent all at the same time and your photos of these bars are perfect, clean and gorgeous as if you have been trained in food photography. This dessert speaks to me loud and clear as I think mint and chocolate is a mix made in heaven. Whenever I get ice cream, it’s hard for me NOT to get mint chocolate chip!

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  • These look fantastic!!! Peppermint is definitely my favorite holiday flavor…and it’s especially delicious with white chocolate. I may have to add these to my holiday cookie rotation this year!

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  • Wow, these bars look awesome and I’ve never had a Christmas treat like this! I could easily see this recipe become a family holiday tradition. Think you could do 52 weeks of Christmas cookies? 😉 Happy holidays, lady!

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  • This looks so beautiful! This is one of the reasons why I love holiday treats. Everything is pepperminty and the colors are beautiful 🙂

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  • Another great recipe! It is a good thing I don’t know you as you would make me so fat with all these fantastic treats.

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  • I absolutely love these! I can’t wait to make these for Christmas!

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  • Can you please clarify the amount of powdered sugar in the frosting? I see that originally you mix butter with 1 3/4 cup. I cannot see that i add any more. The recipe calls for 3 1/2cups. Am i missing something?
    Thanks.

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    • It is 3 1/2 cups. You add it in two additions as to not get sugar all over your kitchen.

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  • These do look excellent, ta! One question. How long should the 12 oz of white chocolate and butter cool before whisking in the sugar, eggs, vanilla, and peppermint extract? Or do you temper so the eggs won’t ‘curdle’/start cooking?

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  • Confused about how much powdered sugar goes into the frosting…3-1/2 or 1-3/4cups?

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  • Thank you for the lovely recipe! I made these for an office holiday potluck today and they were a hit! Many colleagues telling each other, “You’ve got to try one of those!”

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  • I just made these and they are cooling but smell absolutely delicious! The print of recipe doesn’t say to add the rest of the powdered sugar though, just a heads up(: I can’t wait to try them!(:

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  • I want to try these for sure! Question though, with the sour cream in the frosting, is it safe to leave out?

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