~ Easter - Bunny Bark ~ Easy

Cassie *


My sister made this bark last Easter and brought it to snack on, while waiting until dinner was served. She told me how easy it was, so I decided to try it. It definitely was a cinch to make. My kids had a hand in it too. A great way to spend family time and get your kids involved in the kitchen.

Use your imagination with decorating, the possibilities are endless.

Happy Easter! :)

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Several pieces
10 Min
5 Min


1 lb
vanilla almond bark - broken apart
1 c
heaping - ( easter) pastel colored, peanut m & m's
can break up sticks as i did or use small pretzel twists
of sprinkles, beads anything you'd like to decorate with ~ i used hot pink crystals and beads


Step 1 Direction Photo

1Line a 10 x 15 cookie sheet with wax paper.

Cover the bottom of sheet with pretzels. Doesn't have to be perfect. Set aside.

Step 2 Direction Photo

2Place the almond bark in a medium microwavable safe bowl. Start melting for 90 seconds. Stir and repeat in 30 second intervals or until chocolate is melted.

Step 3 Direction Photo

3Once melted, pour the bark over the pretzels and spread chocolate to cover. Don't worry if the pretzels around the edges are covered. Sprinkle the M&M's evenly over the chocolate.

Now, decorate with whatever you choose. I used hot pink crystals and pearls.

Cool in refrigerator, or I sat mine outside.

Step 4 Direction Photo

4Once set and hard, break into pieces. Store in a baggie or container with a lid until ready to use. I keep mine refrigerated.

I think mine turned out adorable. Have fun with it! Get the kids involved with the decorating. Mine loved helping.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Candies, Chocolate, Other Snacks
Main Ingredient: Non-Edible or Other
Regional Style: American
Collection: Easter
Other Tag: Quick & Easy