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Easter Bark

Easter Bark

My kids are no longer interested in coloring Easter eggs. I’ll be honest, it makes me feel a little sad because they are growing up so darn fast! Thankfully, my kids don’t seem too old to enjoy holiday treats so I decided to surprise them with this Easter bark for their school lunch treats this week. I used some almond bark, Easter candy, and sprinkles. So easy. So quick. So tasty. My kids were thrilled and said it’s super tasty.

Easter Bark

How to Make Easter Bark

Melt 6 bars of almond bark in a microwave-safe bowl following the instructions on the package.

After the almond bark has melted, pour onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and spread evenly using a rubber spatula.

Scattered assorted Easter candy and sprinkles all over the melted almond bark.

Easter Bark

Place in refrigerator for about 10-15 minutes or until almond bark has hardened.

Break into small pieces and enjoy!

Easter Bark

Easter Bark

Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Course: Appies & Snacks
Author: Pam - For the Love of Cooking

Ingredients

  • 6 blocks of almond bark. melted per package instructions
  • Assorted Easter Candy I used jelly beans, malt eggs, and M&M's
  • Sugar sprinkles

Instructions

  • Melt 6 bars of almond bark in a microwave-safe bowl following the instructions on the package.
  • After the almond bark has melted, pour onto a cookie sheet lined with parchment paper and spread evenly using a rubber spatula.
  • Scattered assorted Easter candy and sprinkles all over the melted almond bark.
  • Place in refrigerator for about 10-15 minutes or until almond bark has hardened.
  • Break into small pieces and enjoy!
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6 Comments

  1. So pretty and definitely says it is Easter time. Special treats for holidays are festive and important.

  2. In elementary school, they used to send lunch menus home. The Thursday before Easter one year, the dessert was “jelly” on one line, and “bean cake” on the next. So I made a cake, sprinkled jelly beans over it, and called it “Bean Cake.” Everyone laughed; I’ve done it again several times. It makes me sad that the fun Easters are past, but happy to have a little reminder of that time. I know how you feel! Your Easter Bark looks great.

  3. i love pastels. this is the perfect treat for spring!