~ 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


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.
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.
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.
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