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Easter Bunny Bark

Easter bunny bark is an easy springtime treat that’s fun to make with the kids. This white chocolate bark is full of pretty pastel colors and lots of Easter fun. A great way to use up the sugar haul in your kids’ baskets.

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White Chocolate Easter Bunny Bark

 

Easter Bunny Bark

Easter Bunny Bark

If my mind were made of candy, it would definitely be this candy. This is pretty much a food representation of the state of my being.

I mean, this fun bark is full of sprinkles and pink and that’s a pretty accurate description of me personally.

And my daughter too, who loves putting together this fun bunny bark with me.

My son loves to try to snatch the extra candies when we do.

It’s perhaps even more fun to make because both of my kids are bunny obsessed, but particularly Goose.

She is OBSESSED with bunnies. At my baby shower, I was gifted a bunny lovey. You know the kind? A bunny head attached to a plush pink blanket body. Well, of the several loveys we received, Goose chose that one almost exclusively from day one. Now, Bunny is her bff. She takes Bunny everywhere and Bunny is the most special lovey she has.

My son also has a bunny stuffed animal he loves to carry around with him.

So, needless to say, bunny themed treats are a hit in this house!

Ingredients and Tools

Easter Bunny Bark

Easter Bunny Bark

To make this, you’ll need:

  • White chocolate– We used white chocolate chips, but you could also use baking chocolate. This is the time to get the good stuff because there is a big difference in taste between quality white chocolate and less high quality.
  • Pastel Easter candy– Use whatever pastel coated Easter candy you like. We used a mix of candy coated chocolated eggs and candy coated peanut butter eggs.
  • SprinklesFun spring sprinkles are non negotiable for us, but can be optional for you (typed grudgingly).

You’ll also want to have these kitchen tools and supplies on hand:

How to Make 

Easter Bunny Bark

Easter Bunny Bark

  1. Melt most of the white chocolate.
    Put 3 cups of the chocolate in a microwave safe bowl and microwave the chocolate on high for 30 seconds. After 30 seconds, stir the chocolate well.. Repeat until the chocolate is melted through reducing microwave time to 15 seconds after the first time.
  2. Make the bark base.
    Pour the melted chocolate onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet. Spread into a layer that’s about 1/2 inch thick. Then, sprinkle on candy and sprinkles.
  3. Top with more melted white chocolate.
    Melt the remaining cup of white chocolate using the method described above and spoon on top of the candy layer. Add more sprinkles if desired. Let set and then break into piece. Enjoy!

Tips and Tricks

Easter Bunny Bark

Easter Bunny Bark

Any type of chocolate bark is so easy to make, but here are some tricks you can use to make sure your Easter bark turns out perfectly.

  • Don’t rush melting the chocolate. If you melt the chocolate without taking it in slow increments, you risk burning the chocolate and the candy melts. Burning them makes clumpy, yucky tasting chocolate.
  • Make sure you line your cookie tray with parchment paper or wax paper. If you put the melted candy right on your cookie tray, it will be really hard to get off and you’re gonna have a really bad time and a tray that’s impossible to clean.
  • Get the air bubbles out of your melted chocolate by tapping the tray with the candy poured on it against the table several times. The candy will sort of spread and flatten and you’ll see any air bubbles pop.
  • Before you break the bark, let your bark sit out on the counter for 10-15 minutes. It will be too hard to break right out of the fridge.
  • Store your bark in a covered container at room temperature for up to a week.
  • Vary your candies and use your favorite kinds of Easter candy.

Other Easy Chocolate Bark Recipes 

 

Easter Bunny Bark

Easter Bunny Bark

I love making all kinds of chocolate bark recipes with my littles around the holidays especially.

Some of my favorites are this Halloween Monster Bark complete with candy eyeballs and this extra yummy salted caramel pretzel chocolate bark that is the ultimate in Christmas treats.

Other Fun Easter Desserts

Looking for other fun Easter desserts? Try these:

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Easter Bunny Bark

Easter Bunny Bark


  • Author: Seasoned Sprinkles
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 1 batch of candy 1x

Description

Easter bunny bark is an easy springtime treat that’s fun to make with the kids. This white chocolate bark is full of pretty pastel colors and lots of Easter fun. A great way to use up the sugar haul in your kids’ baskets.


Ingredients

Scale
  • 4 cups of white chocolate chips, divided
  • 3/4 cup of pastel chocolate candy
  • 3/4 cup of pastel peanut butter candy*
  • sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Melt 3 cups of white chocolate in a microwave safe bowl by microwaving the chocolate on high for 30 seconds then stirring. Repeat until the chocolate is melted through reducing microwave time to 15 seconds.
  2. Pour the melted chocolate onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet. Spread into a layer that’s about 1/2 inch thick.
  3. Sprinkle on candy and sprinkles.
  4. Melt the remaining cup of white chocolate using the method described above and spoon on top of the candy layer. Add more sprinkles if desired.
  5. Let set in the fridge for 1 hour prior to breaking apart. Enjoy!

Notes

**Feel free to replace the peanut butter candy with any candy you like.

  • Category: dessert, candy
  • Method: microwave
  • Cuisine: American

Nutrition

  • Serving Size: about 12 pieces

Keywords: Easter bunny bark, Easter bark, white chocolate bark

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Steph

Friday 31st of March 2017

Yum! My kids would love to make this as a special Easter treat!

jfletcher

Friday 7th of April 2017

My toddler loved it!

Bethany Mitchell

Thursday 30th of March 2017

This is such a cute idea!

jfletcher

Friday 7th of April 2017

Thank you!

Alexandra Hammer

Wednesday 29th of March 2017

This is too cute! I bet it's just as tasty too! I love all the pastel colors! Xo, Alexandra Christine Blog www.alexandrachristineblog.com

jfletcher

Friday 7th of April 2017

So pretty right?

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