Easter Chocolate Bark

 how’s that diet going?

not good. i had eggs for breakfast.



Ironically I am not a huge sweet person. Don’t let the last few recipes mislead you, I would prefer a LARGE bowl of pasta with meatballs & extra vodka sauce over dessert any day.

But it is basically sac-religious to not enjoy a treat or two around the 2nd largest candy holiday of the year, so I am very glad Easter chocolate bark was invented! Not only is it a fun chocolate treat to make but it also incorporates all of the Easter chocolate goodness: Cadbury eggs, Robin malted eggs & M&Ms. You can throw in any of your favorite chocolate favorites to change up the taste.

Since my parents live over 1,100 miles from me & my little sister is over 3,900 miles away in Germany I get to spend the holiday with my mans family. They are big sweet lovers so I know the Easter chocolate bark will be a big hit this weekend…if there is any left in the house by Sunday.

easter Chocolate Bark- ingredients

Confession: I originally only bought 8 oz of the Baker’s white chocolate & quickly realized that it was not going to be enough chocolate for everyone…then the store was sold out of the Bakers chocolate when I went back so I bought a 15oz bag of white chocolate morsels & combined them for the recipe.

If you are debating which to buy, they both work great. I will say though the morsels will go further & are cheaper per ounce, so it may be your best bet.

easter chocolate bark- colors

easter chocolate bark

easter chocolate bark

easter chocolate bark

The bark was so pretty in one large piece I had a hard time breaking it up (aka more for me to eat on my own)!

Easter Chocolate Bark

Easter Chocolate Bark

You can leave all of the chocolate egg variations whole or give a few of them a rough chop to add a different look to your bark, completely up to you!

This recipe ended up being so much fun to make. The color possibilities were endless with the pastel food coloring & after I was finished I was definitely in the Easter spirit!



Easter Chocolate Bark
Total Time
1 hr
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
  • 24 oz white chocolate, divided
  • 1/2 cup m&ms
  • 1/4 cup cadbury mini eggs
  • 1/4 cup robin malted eggs
  • 1 tbsp sprinkles
  • food coloring
  1. Divide white chocolate up into 3 bowls. Half of the chocolate into 1 bowl, and then the other half is split between the other two bowls.

  2. Melt chocolate in microwave in 30 second intervals until melted.

  3. Add food coloring to 2-3 of the bowls (per your preference) and mix well.

  4. Onto a sheet pan with parchment paper, spread the largest bowl of chocolate onto the sheet. Spread thin.

  5. Add the other two bowls by making big or small blobs of chocolate. 

  6. Taking a wooden stick or spoon mix the chocolates together creating swirls and stripes. You can make this however you want to look. 

  7. Add m&ms, robin eggs, Cadbury eggs & sprinkles on immediately. 

  8. Place in refrigerator for 30-45 minutes to harden. 

  9. Once out of the fridge, break into pieces & serve. Enjoy!

Recipe Notes

If you want your chocolate to have a shine to it, you can add a tsp of coconut oil when melting chocolate in microwave. 

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