Easter bunny bark is an easy no-bake Easter treat made with pretzels, candy eyes, candy ears, pink jelly beans, and white chocolate melts.
Who says that chocolate bark is just for Christmas?
This adorable Easter bunny bark recipe makes a perfect Easter dessert.
And like Bunny Bait Snack Mix, Easter Bunny Punch, and Peeps Mobiles, this sweet Easter treat is always a hit, especially with the little ones.
Speaking of children, get the kids in the kitchen to help make this easy Easter bark. They will have a blast helping to use the candies and pretzels to make the little bunny faces.
For a saltine cracker Easter bark, give this Easter Bark recipe a try.
Or for another cute Easter bunny-themed food idea for the kids try these Bunny Pancakes.
Here is what you will need:
- White Candy Melts– Available in the baking/cake decorating area at Walmart or order them here. Almond bark would work as well-just chop it into pieces before melting.
- Pretzel Sticks– To be broken in half and used as the bunny’s whiskers.
- Pink Jelly Beans– I like using Jelly Belly since they are smaller, but you can use your favorite brand. A pink Easter M&M would work for the nose as well.
- Candy Bunny Ears– Find them in the baking/ cake decorating area at Walmart or order them here. Or you could try drawing bunny ears on using edible markers instead.
- Candy Eyes– Also can be found with the baking supplies or ordred here.
How to Make Easter Bunny Bark
Step 1: Melt candy melts in the microwave in 30-second increments, stirring in-between each. Spread the melted candy onto a lined baking sheet in an even layer, about ⅛ thick.
Step 2: Gently press the pretzels and candies into the melted candy to make bunny faces. You will want to work quickly before the candy melts start to set.
Step 3: Refrigerate until set, then break into pieces and enjoy.
Store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 5 days.
For longer storage keep in the fridge for up to two weeks.
Tips & Variations
- For a pretty pink Easter bark try using pink candy melts instead of white.
- Use a knife to score the bark before it sets fully to help you break it into neat pieces.
- This recipe only makes about 6 pieces of bark. For more bark you can easily double the recipe in a single sheet pan.
- Add bright and colorful sprinkles in the empty areas between bunny faces for some added color.
More Fun Easter Dessert Ideas
Easter Bunny Bark
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- 1 White Candy Melts
- 12 Candy Eyes
- 12 Candy Bunny Ears
- 6 Pink Jelly Beans
- 12 Pretzel Sticks, broken in half
- Line a baking sheet with wax paper or parchment paper and set it aside.
- Add the white candy wafers to a microwave-safe bowl. Microwave in 30-second increments, stirring well between each, until melted (this should take 90-120 seconds total).
- Spread the white melted candy onto the baking sheet in an even layer, about ⅛ inch thick. You will not cover the entire baking sheet.
- Immediately press candy ears, candy eyes, jelly beans, and pretzels into the melted candy to create bunny faces.
- Refrigerate bark until it is fully set, about 60 minutes. The bark is ready when it easily peels off the wax paper.
- Once set, break the bark pieces to separate each bunny's face.
The nutritional information provided is automatically calculated by a third party and intended to serve as an estimate only. The accuracy of nutritional information is not guaranteed.
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