Easy Easter Bark

Making homemade treats for the holidays is such a fun (and delicious) tradition, but as a busy mom, I don’t always have a lot of time to spend in the kitchen baking. That’s why I love simple recipes like this Easy Easter Bark…it comes together in just a few minutes, but it looks like I spent a lot of time making my own candy.

pieces of Easter Bunny Bark scattered around a table

Not only do the kids love to munch on it, but it looks so festive with the Easter bunny peeps, the colorful jelly beans and sprinkles. It’s a great thing to take to a potluck or just to snack on while hunting for Easter eggs!

ingredients for Easy Easter Bark: meltable chocolate, jellybeans, marshmallows, sprinkles, Peeps and a warming pot for melting chocolate

How to make easy Easter bark

To make this easy Easter bark, you’ll want to first gather your ingredients. Most of the supplies you’ll need can be purchased at Amazon.

The links to these items areΒ my affiliate links below in case you’re interested in having the supplies shipped to your door.

You’ll need:

melted chocolate poured out of a warming pot onto a wax paper lined cookie sheet

To begin, you’ll want to melt the candy so that it’s pourable. This Wilton melting pot makes it super easy to melt the candy to the right temperature without scorching, but you can also do this in the microwave, checking often to make sure that the candy doesn’t burn.

Pour the candy out on a 10 X 15 pan that is lined with parchment paper.

melted chocolate spread evenly on a parchment paper covered cookie sheet

Spread the candy out in an even layer with a spatula, making sure to cover the entire length and width of the pan.

Marshmallow Peeps placed into melted chocolate

Working quickly, you’ll want to start laying the toppings on the candy. If you take too long, the candy will harden again, and nothing will stick to it.

First, you’ll want to add the bunny peeps…

marshmallows and jelly beans added to Peeps and melted chocolate

Then add the jellybeans and marshmallows evenly amongst the peeps…

sprinkles added to pan of melted chocolate with jelly beans, marshmallows and peeps

And finally, add the rainbow sprinkles all over to finish up the bark.

Place the pan into the refrigerator for about an hour so that the bark hardens completely, then break into individual pieces and enjoy!

5 from 1 vote

Easy Easter Bark

Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword easter, easter dessert
Author Erin Myers


  • 12 oz bag Wilton Lavender candy melts
  • 9-10 Peeps bunny marshmallows pink, yellow and white
  • 1/2 cup mini marshmallows
  • 1/2 cup jumbo jelly beans
  • Rainbow jimmies sprinkles


  1. Line a 10 x 15 baking pan with parchment paper and set aside.
  2. In a double boiler pan (or Wilton candy warmer), heat the lavender candy melts under medium heat. Stir occasionally until melted and smooth.
  3. Pour the melted chocolate on to the parchment lined baking pan and smooth out evenly with a rubber spatula.
  4. Scatter the marshmallow bunnies through out the bark. Next, sprinkle the mini marshmallows and jelly beans all over the bark. Finally, generously sprinkle with the rainbow jimmies sprinkles. You will have to add these items rather quickly as the bark begins to harden within 5 minutes and then nothing will stick to it.
  5. Chill for 1 hour to allow the bark to completely harden.
  6. Once chilled, break into pieces and serve. ENJOY!!

finished Easter bark broken into pieces

I just love how cute the bunny peeps are sticking out from amongst the jellybeans and sprinkles!

Hopefully the kids will share this will all their friends so that I won’t be tempted to eat too much of it πŸ™‚

Enjoy making this fun Easy Easter Bark Recipe for your own kids this year!

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14 thoughts on “Easy Easter Bark”

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      Thanks Melissa! I know I would have loved to find this in my Easter basket when I was a kid πŸ™‚

      Hope you have a Happy Easter!

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    Oh, the bark looks delicious and cute. Having the melting pot would be nice. I have to be so careful not to overheat the candy in the microwave.

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      Yes, it’s so easy to scorch the candy in the microwave, since it heats food so quickly. I hope you’ll have a chance to try the bark soon!

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    That looks like fun! I love me some peeps! Thanks for sharing with us at Creatively Crafty. We’ve just started a Facebook group called Creatively Crafty Showcase and you’re invited to join us! It’s another way to share this post and just about anything creative plus we’ll have opportunities to interact/support each other. You’ll find us here http://bit.ly/2TL8Pli. Hope to see you soon!

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    Oh how fun!! I never thought of Easter bark, but I love this! So festive!! πŸ™‚ Thanks for bringing it to Fiesta Friday! I hope your weekend was great!

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    5 stars
    This is a great Easter Bark and so pretty! Thanks so much for sharing your post with us for our special St. Patrick’s Day Full Plate Thursday! Have a great week and come back soon.
    Miz Helen

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