Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark

Make a colorful batch of Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark, the ideal Easter basket stuffer. Top it with all your favorite candies, then share it with friends or keep it all to yourself! 

Make a colorful batch of Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark, the ideal Easter basket stuffer. Top it with all your favorite candies, then share it with friends or keep it all to yourself! (via feastandwest.com)

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As with any holiday, the candy is probably one of the best parts. Halloween is a prime example of this, and Christmas and Valentine’s Day too. 

The same can be said for Easter candy. 

Whether it’s jelly beans stuffed into a glossy, plastic egg or a chocolate bunny with giant ears, a basketful of Easter candy is certainly a jackpot. 

My favorite has always a trifecta of orange Reese’s Pieces shaped like a carrot, licorice jelly beans (I’m weird, I know) and the Cadbury Mini Eggs

Make a colorful batch of Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark, the ideal Easter basket stuffer. Top it with all your favorite candies, then share it with friends or keep it all to yourself! (via feastandwest.com)

Even though I don’t get Easter baskets anymore, I still buy myself a bag of those little eggs! I love to snack on them.

One day I’m going to make my friend Meghan’s Chocolate Bourbon Caramel Tart that she decorated with a ring of those pastel beauties. 

Make a colorful batch of Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark, the ideal Easter basket stuffer. Top it with all your favorite candies, then share it with friends or keep it all to yourself! (via feastandwest.com)

This year I stumbled across a bag of dark chocolate Cadbury Mini Eggs, and knew I wanted to do something fun with them.

After trying my hand at making white chocolate bark a while back, I dreamed up this version with lots of colorful easter candies on top.

It’s a great use of leftover Easter candy, too! 

Make a colorful batch of Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark, the ideal Easter basket stuffer. Top it with all your favorite candies, then share it with friends or keep it all to yourself! (via feastandwest.com)

How to make Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark

You start with a layer of chocolate — milk or dark, your choice. Melt it down and spread it thinly onto wax paper.

Let it cool in the fridge, then top with a thin layer of melted white chocolate. Not too thin, though, or you’ll start to swirl in melted chocolate and it won’t be as pure white! 

Make a colorful batch of Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark, the ideal Easter basket stuffer. Top it with all your favorite candies, then share it with friends or keep it all to yourself! (via feastandwest.com)

What goes on Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark

Once you have added the white chocolate layer, you can top it with whatever candies you like!

And quickly, while it’s still melted.

I used the chocolate eggs and tons of sprinkles, but the sky is the limit! 

Make a colorful batch of Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark, the ideal Easter basket stuffer. Top it with all your favorite candies, then share it with friends or keep it all to yourself! (via feastandwest.com)

This Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark will make the best treat for your neighborhood Easter egg hunt. 

You can also bag it in cellophane bags and drop it into the Easter baskets of all chocolate lovers you know.

It would also make a great Mother’s Day present — top it with all of Mom’s favorite candies! 

Or you can eat it all yourself — absolutely no judgment! 

Make a colorful batch of Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark, the ideal Easter basket stuffer. Top it with all your favorite candies, then share it with friends or keep it all to yourself! (via feastandwest.com)

Make a colorful batch of Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark, the ideal Easter basket stuffer. Top it with all your favorite candies, then share it with friends or keep it all to yourself! (via feastandwest.com)

Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark

Yield: 8 servings
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Chill Time: 30 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes

Easter Candy White Chocolate Bark is a bright, colorful treat to celebrate spring!

Ingredients

  • 8 ounces dark or semi sweet chocolate chips
  • 8 ounces white chocolate chips
  • 1/4 cup chocolate candy
  • 2 tablespoons sprinkles

Instructions

  1. Line a baking sheet with wax or parchment paper.
  2. In a microwave-safe bowl, melt the chocolate chips in 20-second intervals, stirring in between until melted.
  3. Spoon onto the baking sheet and spread to make a thin layer. Place in the fridge for 5-6 minutes to set temporarily.
  4. Meanwhile, melt the white chocolate in 20-second intervals, stirring in between until melted.
  5. Remove the baking sheet with the slightly hardened chocolate from the fridge, and spoon the white chocolate over top. Spread in a thin layer, being careful to keep it thick enough that the chocolate does not show through.
  6. Working quickly, top the bark with Easter candy and sprinkles all over the top of the white chocolate layer.
  7. Refrigerate until set, about 30 minutes. Remove and peel from the wax paper, then break the bark into small pieces. Store in the fridge in an airtight container.
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 8 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 332Total Fat: 18gSaturated Fat: 11gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 7gCholesterol: 6mgSodium: 31mgCarbohydrates: 44gFiber: 2gSugar: 38gProtein: 3g

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  1. Erin Parker says

    I’m a sucker for the Cadbury dark chocolate mini eggs, too, and wouldn’t you know that I have a bag of ’em in my pantry, just WAITING for a recipe like this? I think the girls and I will have fun making this chocolate bark for Easter. (Or I’ll have fun making it the night before and put it in their Easter baskets. Since, you know, one of those Easter baskets will basically be for me since the 6-month-old can’t enjoy candy yet, haha.)

    Thanks for sharing this, Suze! It looks AMAZING and so colorful AND fun!

  2. Kate Berkey says

    I was looking for sweets for the whole family and I stumbled on this article. I read and followed the instructions carefully and I made it deliciously! Every member of my family is so happy! Thanks for this

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