Rainbow coloured chocolate that tastes just like you are eating a rainbow
Course Dessert
Cuisine English
Keyword chocolate, gift, rainbow
Prep Time 30 minutes
Setting Time 10 minutes
Servings 20
Calories 557kcal
Author Dimitra


  • 340 g Red chocolate candy melts
  • 340 g Orange chocolate candy melts
  • 340 g Yellow chocolate candy melts
  • 340 g Green chocolate candy melts
  • 340 g Blue chocolate candy melts
  • 340 g Purple chocolate candy melts
  • Freeze dried raspberries
  • Orange zest
  • Lemon zest
  • Pistachios ground to your liking
  • Dried blueberries
  • Lavender sugar


  • 6 bowls
  • 6 spoons
  • zester/ grater
  • pestle and mortar/ grinder
  • silicone chocolate mould
  • tray
  • baking paper
  • knife/skewer or something pointy


  • Melt each of your coloured chocolate in a separate bowl
  • Add your freeze dried raspberries to your red chocolate
  • Add your orange zest to your orange chocolate
  • Add your lemon zest to your yellow chocolate
  • Add your pistachios to your green chocolate
  • Add your blueberries to your blue chocolate
  • Add your lavender to your purple chocolate
  • Give all your chocolates a good stir


  • Put your red chocolate across the first section of your candy mould
  • Followed by your orange, yellow, green, blue and ending with your purple
  • Tap your mould on your work surface a few times to get rid of any air bubbles
  • Put your chocolate mould in the fridge to set for 10 minutes
  • Take out the fridge and peel back your mould
  • Voila a beautiful vibrant rainbow coloured chocolate bar that tastes amazing so bite in and enjoy


  • Put your baking paper on a tray
  • At the top of your baking paper make a 2cm thick line with your red chocolate going across to what ever length you like
  • Under you red add the same size line of orange chocolate underneath
  • Continue adding your yellow, green, blue and purple chocolate
  • With your knife starting at the top of your red chocolate run it down through each colour all the way to purple then across a few mm and back up to red and continue with this wave motion until you reach the other side of your chocolate
  • Put it in the fridge to set for 10 minutes
  • With a sharp knife cut your chocolate into whatever shapes you like
  • Decorate any cake or desert you desire, pack them up as a gift or enjoy the subtle mixture of flavours with each bite


  • Lay your baking paper on a tray
  • Get what ever chocolate tickles you fancy and make some blobs
  • Get another colour and blob away
  • Go through all your chocolate blobbing and splatting away letting your artistic juices run wild and free
  • Make sure when you are finished there are no gaps and all the chocolate joins together
  • Leave to set in the fridge for 10 minutes
  • As this is an artistic piece lift your chocolate up in the air and let it drop into beautiful little pieces of art
  • Take a few pictures because it's going to look like a master piece then devour and enjoy different bursts of flavour hitting your taste buds all at once (",)



I haven't given you any quantities because I just go by taste when I'm adding my flavours to each bit of chocolate so start of with a little and keep adding until you are satisfied with the flavour.
The quantity of chocolate in the recipe will make 2 bars of rainbow chocolate, An A4 sized neat bark and an A4 sized artistic bark too.


Calories: 557kcal | Carbohydrates: 71g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 31g | Sodium: 128mg | Sugar: 67g