Easter Candy Bark

by Patricia on April 7, 2012

I found this on Pinterest a while ago and knew I had to make this for Easter this year.  I make candy bark for Christmas time, but when I saw this decorated with different kinds of Easter candy, I knew we would all love this.

Another super easy one to make.  The best part, besides tasting it, was making it and adding all of the fun candy that you find once a year at the store in the candy isle!!

8 ounces semi sweet chocolate chips

8 ounces milk chocolate chips

7 ounces pink, green, and yellow candy melts

Strawberry filled Oreo cookies broken into pieces

Mini Cadbury Eggs – cut in half (the hard shell ones)

Mini Robin Eggs (malt balls/Whoppers)

Nerds Jelly Beans

Measure out the candy and cookies. Set aside

Lay out a large piece of parchment paper. You’ll use this to make the Easter Candy Bark on.

Melt the chocolates in a microwave safe bowl and mix together.  The candy may not look as though it’s melted, but once you stir, it blends together.  It look less than a minute and a half for this to melt.

Spread the chocolate on a piece of parchment paper on a cookie sheet (mine covered almost the entire pan).

I put each color of the candy melts in separate bowls and melted those in the microwave as well for less than a minute.  Mix each bowl (or if you just choose to make one color) together.  Place little spoonfuls of each color onto the chocolate.  Take a knife and run it through, making a fancy little design.

Start to top the candy and cookies on top of the chocolate and push down lightly so that the candy sticks once put in the fridge to set.

After you have all the candy and cookies on that you want, place in the fridge for at least 3 hours or more.  Once chocolate is set, take out and break into pieces and just eat!!!!!  Simple, kid friendly, and great tasting Easter candy treat.  I think the Easter Bunny will like this as well.

Have a wonderful Holiday

Patricia – Two Girls Cooking

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