White Chocolate Easter Egg Bark Recipe

White Chocolate Easter Egg Bark

Easter recipes really don’t get much easier than this White Chocolate Easter Egg Bark.  All you need is a block of your favourite white chocolate, your favourite easter eggs and a couple of other yummy ingredients and you will be enjoying this delicious treat in no time.

I decided to use M&M Speckled Eggs for this recipe because of their gorgeous bright colours and the extra crunch you get when eating a piece of this White Chocolate Easter Egg Bark.  You could certainly substitute these eggs for your favourites – I’m thinking a batch made with caramel easter eggs or even cadbury creme easter eggs will be in my future very soon!

I also decided to use a new product I have found – Crunchie Sprinkles as well as some leftover popping candy from Christmas.  Again it’s really up to you when it comes to deciding what candies to add, you could even add 100s and 1000s or chopped up pieces of your favourite chocolate bars if you prefer.

To make this White Chocolate Easter Egg Bark, you will need:

200g white chocolate

100g of mini easter eggs

55g of crunchie sprinkles

1 tablespoon of popping candy

Let’s put it together!

Cover a small baking tray with baking paper and place all of your ingredients close by.

Break the white chocolate into pieces and place in a microwave safe bowl. Place the bowl into the microwave and cook for 30 second spurts until it has almost melted before stirring until it completely melts.

Pour the melted chocolate onto the prepared baking tray and move the tray around to get a thin layer of chocolate.

Sprinkle the mini easter eggs, Crunchie topping pieces and popping candy over the top of the melted chocolate until it’s covered.

Once done, place the tray into the fridge for 1 hour or until it’s set.

Remove from the fridge and then cut into large pieces


This White Chocolate Easter Egg Bark also makes a great gift for teachers, friends an family.  Simply place a couple of pieces in a sheet of cellophane and tie it up with a pretty Easter ribbon – too easy!

Have you made Easter Egg Bark before?
What would you add to it?

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