Easter Chocolate Bark, a.k.a. Bunny Bark

Easter Chocolate Bark, a.k.a. Bunny Bark

Last night, Ruby Kate and I enjoyed getting our hands (and faces) dirty in the kitchen together. The whole process was simple enough that I didn’t stress over her having a hand in it. Not only is Bunny Bark super easy to make, it’s also a tasty, festive treat to bring along to Easter gatherings.

I personally think that kids should start leaving this snack out for the Easter Bunny. Santa gets cookies and milk…the E.B. needs love too!

Posing very proudly with her pink pearl sprinkles and wearing the evidence of her taste testing job.

Posing very proudly with her pink pearl sprinkles and wearing the evidence of her taste testing job.

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Easter Chocolate Bark a.k.a. Bunny Bark

Ingredients

  • Vanilla Almond Bark

  • Chocolate Almond Bark

  • Easter Shaped Candy (ie: bunnies, carrots)

  • Sprinkles

  • Extra Mix-Ins such as mini Cadbury eggs, marshmallows, M&Ms, etc.

Materials

  • Rimmed Cookie Sheet

  • Parchment Paper

Directions

Open all packages of candy and sprinkles. Decant into bowls for easy access—you’ll want to work fast once you melt the chocolate. Melt each almond bark according to package directions. Pour each onto a rimmed baking sheet lined with parchment paper and swirl the two together.

Next, place your larger items of candy then finish filling in with smaller candies and sprinkles.

Work quickly as the almond bark doesn’t take long to set.

Let cool and set completely about 2-3 hours. Break or cut into pieces and enjoy!


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