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It’s the most wonderful time of the year – time for the annual 25 Days Of Christmas Movies Blog Hop!
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We have 25 talented bloggers gathered together to share with you all the wonderful crafts and recipes you can make this Christmas season, based off of some of the most beloved holiday classic films. There are 25 films to be inspired by for your holiday season, and 25 talented bloggers to aid your inspiration! If you love Christmas movies, you have come to the right place!!
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The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause
I just love all the Santa Clause movies. The first one came out when I was a freshman in college, and the last one came out when I had 2 kids. We’ve seen them all! But, my favorite is the last one, The Santa Clause 3, with Martin Short. I just love his villainous character, Jack Frost.
I was inspired to make some Jack Frost Christmas Chocolate Bark – it’s blue and covered in frost and snowflakes!Print
This Jack Frost Christmas Chocolate Bark is easy to make and perfect to snack on while you’re watching The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause.
- Cover a cookie sheet with wax paper.
- Pour all 3 bags of candy melts into a large microwave bowl and mix gently.
- Follow the package directions for heating in the microwave. I heat them 30 seconds at a time and stir.
- When they are completely melted, stir the candy melts until they are smooth.
- Pour the melted candy onto the wax paper and using a spatula or knife smooth it out into a rectangular shape. Tap the cookie sheet a few times to smooth the top.
- Work quickly and begin adding the Snowflake Mix, the two sanding sugars, and finally place the edible snowflakes.
- Freeze the bark for 10-15 minutes until hard.
- Break apart into pieces with a knife.
- Store in a sealed container for up to a week.
If you want more of swirl effect with the bark, heat the colored candy melts individually and then combine on the cookie sheet, swirling with a knife.
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