You and the kids or grandkids will have the best time making this Easter Bunny Bark! It’s so easy & full of little treats kids love to eat.
The recipe is just as basic as can be. It is melted white chocolate chips along with a little imagination. I was so inspired & in love with Autumn’s Reindeer Bark that she made over the holidays that I had this idea pop into my head for Easter. Be sure to click over to her blog post to read her tips on working with the chocolate & how to properly temper it. I used her tip & it worked great for my Easter Bunny Bark.
I found all the ingredients to make this Easter Bunny Bark at Target, but if you don’t have one close by or rather order things online here’s a run down of what you’ll need:
2 bags of white chocolate chips
eyeball candy – so fun!
pastel candy corn
pretzel sticks – Rold Gold brand seem to be the skinniest
- 2 bags of white chocolate chips
- eyeball candy
- pastel M&Ms
- pastel candy corn
- stick pretzels
- Line a baking sheet with wax paper.
- Empty 2 bags of white chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl, and microwave in 30 second intervals until melted.
- Evenly spread melted chocolate over the wax paper.
- Quickly start adding your candy to make the Easter Bunny faces
- Once you are done decorating your bark, place in freezer for about 20-30 minutes
- Take out of the freezer & make a "test" cut on the edge of your bark. If bark is too frozen it may crack where you don't want it to crack (around the bunny face) if so, let it sit for awhile & try to cut the bark again.
- Serve immediately or store in an air tight container
As I mentioned above, the only thing you need to be careful about is cutting these little faces – carefully! Once you take the bark out of the freezer, make a “test” cut on the edge to see if you can control the cut or if it will damage one of the faces. If so, let it sit for a few minutes & try cutting once again.
Because really…they are the cutest little faces.
There’s also something to be said about the white chocolate mixed with the salty pretzel.
Ohmygoodness gracious!!! They’re just good together.
If you aren’t a white chocolate person (what’s wrong with you???) you can always make these with milk or dark chocolate.
They may not be perfect, but they sure are cute & oh so good!