If you’re looking for a speedy holiday treat, this dreamy Easy White Chocolate Easter Bark can be whipped up in no time!!  The countdown to Easter is on!

White Chocolate Bark is super easy to make and it only takes a few fun Easter candies and sprinkles to make it festive!

Easy White Chocolate Easter Bark in a pink and white bowl

Why You Should Make this Easter Bark

  • This Easter bark is such a ridiculously simple recipe.
  • It’s ideal for a last-minute treat when time is tight or a fun project for your children or grandchildren.
  • Just pick up a bag of your favorite Easter candy, like pastel M & M’s or mini Robin Eggs along with some festive sprinkles. Or use some of the candy stashed away for the Easter bunny to use.
  • There are only THREE ingredients! It doesn’t get better than that, especially since it tastes amazing!

I always have a stash of Ghirardelli White Chocolate Bars, which melt perfectly in the microwave, to make the base for this bark. And if you have any leftovers a White Chocolate Bundt Cake would be a lovely dessert! I do love my white chocolate!

Easy White Chocolate Easter Bark on a white ceramic platter

How to Make White Chocolate Bark

This white chocolate bark is an alternative version of my peppermint bark. Peppermint extract and crushed candy canes are mixed into the melted white and dark chocolate for a holiday favorite at our house.

  • All you need is are THREE ingredients. So there’s really no excuse not to make this easy candy.
  • Your children or grandchildren can definitely help. An adult can spread the hot melted chocolate onto a lined baking sheet, and the younger folks can help sprinkle the candies over the surface.
  • PRO-Tip: Use a decent quality white chocolate bar instead of white chocolate chips. The bars melt more easily, but chocolate chips can be used in a pinch.
  • Also, if you have almond bark on hand, it would definitely be an easy substitution. I prefer the taste of white chocolate, but it will still be tasty!!
  • Uuse an offset spatula to spread out the melted chocolate onto the parchment lined baking sheet.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Almond Bark the Same as White Chocolate?

Though almond bark can be used as a substitute for white chocolate, they are different confections. White chocolate contains cocoa butter whereas almond bark does not.

Almond Bark got its name since it was used to coat almonds and it definitely melts easily. White chocolate tastes better, but needs to be tempered for some recipes, which adds an extra step.

How Do You Melt White Chocolate?

I prefer the microwave to melt white chocolate gently. In a heatproof bowl, microwave chopped chocolate for short bursts of 15 to 30 seconds, stopping to stir before restarting. Let the residual heat finish the job when there are just a few bits of unmelted white chocolate. 

Alternatively, place chopped white chocolate into a saucepan and melt over low heat, frequently stirring to prevent the bottom from scorching.

What Else Can Be Added to White Chocolate Bark?

Dried Cranberries and Pistachios for Christmas or any other combination of dried fruit and nuts works well. Chopped Candy Canes and Peppermint Extract are tasty additions for the holidays. Try adding Toasted Nuts, Chopped Cookies like Oreos, Chopped Candy Bars, Candies like Rolos, or Pretzels for that sweet and salty combo.

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Easy White Chocolate Easter Bark

Easy White Chocolate Easter Bark

Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 2 minutes
Total Time 12 minutes
Yield 16

A super easy recipe for White Chocolate Easter Bark

Ingredients

  • 2 pounds white chocolate, chopped (8 4-ounce Ghirardelli white chocolate bars)
  • 1+ cup small Easter candies of your choice, I used M & M's and mini Robin Eggs
  • Sprinkles, colors that will coordinate with your candies

Instructions

  1. Place chopped chocolate in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave for 30 second intervals, stopping and stirring as needed until mixture is smooth.
  2. Spread white chocolate onto a parchment lined baking sheet to a thickness of about ¼ inch.
  3. Sprinkle with candies, then sprinkles. Gently press the candy so they will adhere to the chocolate as it cools.
  4. Let rest at room temperature until solid, about 2 hours. May place in the refrigerator to hurry the cooling process.

Notes

Total time does not include chilling time.

Recipe yields 2 pounds of white chocolate bark.

Feel free to change the candies for different holidays or celebrations.

I found Easter sprinkles and candies at my local Target. Depending on how thin or thick you make your bark, you may need more or less candies.

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Nutrition Information:

Yield:

16

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 383Total Fat: 19gSaturated Fat: 12gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 6gCholesterol: 24mgSodium: 63mgCarbohydrates: 50gFiber: 0gSugar: 45gProtein: 4g

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