Easter Candy Bark

Sometimes, you just need an adorable looking treat that you can whip up in minutes. Of course, this Easter Candy Bark recipe can really be tweaked for almost any occasion (hello, Halloween candy corn bark), but Easter always seems to have the cutest assortment of holiday-themed candy. This chocalate bark would also be super fun (and safe) to make with kids. I won’t lie, my boyfriend had some fun of his own sprinkling candy from up high, thinking he was making a masterpiece of his own. I’ll be packaging this candy up pretty and bringing the bark as hostess gift for un coming Easter party we’re attending.

Easter Candy Bark Basket


-8 oz milk chocolate chips
-8 oz semi-sweet chocolate
-8 oz Belgian White Chocolate Candy Melts, colour of choice

Toppings I used:

-French Vanilla Macarons
-1/3 cup Easter Candy Corn
-1/3 cup Mini Cadbury Eggs – cut in half
-1/4 cup pastel Smarties


Ingredients 2

Chop up chocolate.


Melt all chocolate (seperately) in either a double boiler or microwave, careful not to burn.


Pour different melted chocolates onto parchment-lined paper, and skor with a butter knife to create desired pattern.
Candy Melts2
Sprinkle candies onto melted chocolate.
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Pop into the fridge (or freezer), until hard. Break up into big chunks, and enjoy!

Easter Candy Bark | cassiedrake.com

Easter Bark | cassiedrake.com

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