Easter Bark Recipe

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Looking for a sweet treat for Easter that both adults and kids will love? Easter Bark! This is a delicious combination of graham crackers, marshmallow fluff, chocolate and your favourite Easter candies. Warning: Highly Addictive! Don’t say I didn’t warn you. {wink}

Easter Bark Recipe

Easter Bark Recipe:

What kind of candies you decide to top it with is up to you. I chose a variety like jelly beans, sprinkles, chocolate eggs, gummy bunnies, and candy coated chocolates.

Once I started snacking on this treat, I had a hard time stopping! I won’t tell you how much I ate on my own (too embarrassed to release that information) but I gave the rest to a friend and her family. Thank goodness for friends & family who love sweets because I always have way too many here to eat by myself!

Easter Bark Recipe

Easter Bark Recipe

Easter Bark Recipe

What is your favourite Easter candy? I’d have to choose the Hershey’s Eggies (similar to Mini Eggs – the candy coated chocolate). That’s one thing I can’t have in the house or I’ll eat them until I get a belly ache. That or raisins – which my friends make fun of me for. Ha! I don’t know what it is about raisins but they are my favourite sweet treat! Not chocolate coated raisins – just plain raisins. Yum!

Easter Bark Recipe
  • ½ box graham crackers
  • 2 jars marshmallow fluff
  • 3 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • variety of Easter candies like gummy bunnies, chocolate coated candies, pastel sprinkles, jelly beans, Mini Eggs, etc.
  1. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper.
  2. Place a single layer of graham crackers on the cookie sheet.
  3. Spread the marshmallow fluff evenly over the graham crackers. This is a sticky process so you can use a little water on a spatula to help evenly spread the marshmallow fluff.
  4. Melt the chocolate chips in the microwave. Microwave on 30 second intervals, stirring well after each 30 seconds. You want the chocolate melted but not really hot.
  5. Spread the melted chocolate evenly over the marshmallow fluff.
  6. While the chocolate is still melted, start topping it with a variety of Easter candies.
  7. Place the Easter Bark in the fridge until the chocolate has completely hardened (at least a couple of hours or even let it sit overnight).
  8. Once the chocolate has hardened, you can break the Easter Bark into pieces then store it in a food storage bag in the refrigerator.

For more Easter sweet treat ideas, check out a few of my other favourites:

Easter Fudge Sugar Cookie Bars – it’s just like it sounds, fudge on top of a sugar cookie base. Lots of sprinkles, candies and marshmallow Peeps in this dessert!

Easter Fudge Cookie Bars

Easter Egg Cake Pops – these creations (by our contributor Deanna) are a big hit within her circle of family & friends. She walks you through the steps of creating these sweet treats and it looks fairly easy to do.

Easter Scavenger Hunt Cookies – a fun cookie decorating tutorial by our contributor Amy. Such a cute idea for an Easter party favour!

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