Easy White Chocolate Easter Bark

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

Easy White Chocolate Easter Bark | White Chocolate Bark is a spectacular holiday or anytime treat that's ready in no time flat!

Easy White Chocolate Easter Bark

This 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. 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 Raspberry White Chocolate Loaf Cake would be a lovely dessert! I do love my white chocolate!

Easy White Chocolate Easter Bark | White Chocolate Bark is a spectacular holiday or anytime treat that's ready in no time flat!

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This white chocolate bark basically an alternative version of my peppermint bark, which I do need to share with you all before Christmas. Peppermint extract and crushed candy canes are mixed into the melted white chocolate for a holiday favorite of my children.  For this easy white chocolate Easter bark, feel free to add some extract, but I kept mine plain. After spreading out the melted chocolate, candy and sprinkles of your choice are strewn over the surface. Chopped dried fruit and nuts are another delicious option!

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Easy White Chocolate Easter Bark

Serves 2 pounds bark     adjust servings

Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 2 mins
Total Time 12 mins

A super easy recipe for White Chocolate Easter Bark


  • 2 pounds white chocolate, chopped (4 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


  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.


Recipe Notes

Total time does not include chilling time.
Feel free to change the candies for different holidays or celebrations.
I found Easter sprinkles and candies at my local Target.
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
Amount Per ServingAs Served
Calories 2619kcal Calories from fat 1414
% Daily Value
Total Fat 157g242%
Saturated Fat 92g460%
Transfat 0g
Cholesterol 547mg182%
Sodium 581mg24%
Carbohydrate 270g90%
Dietary Fiber 1g4%
Sugars 268g
Protein 42g

Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:

Total FatLess than65g
Sat FatLess than25g
CholesterolLess than300mg
SodiumLess than2,400mg
Total Carbohydrate300g
Dietary Fiber25g
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  1. Your photos look beautiful!
    In my house, those m&m’s will be gone before they get sprinkled on the chocolate. 😛

    Happy Easter in advance!

  2. Oh these colors are so light.
    I bet they’re yummy too.
    Happy Easter.

  3. My husband will love these sweet treats as he is crazy for anything white chocolate!

  4. I love those fun little bunny sprinkles:@)

  5. What a great treat for the kids and adults if any left! 🙂

  6. So fun and so pretty! I love the combination of colors!

  7. Beautiful colors! Easy, delicious, and pretty; my favorite kind of recipe!

  8. Chocolate bark is sooo much fun! So simple, so delicious. This looks great!

  9. I love bark its a great treat that is simple to make but always looks impressive.

  10. Oh Liz, these look so much Easter…and spring…I love the pastel color on this white chocolate bark. Super cute!
    I hope you are having a great week 🙂

  11. I ADORE white chocolate, ADORE!!! But I need to figure out how to make it GIGI style!

  12. I love this white bark with the Easter candies. It would be a fun recipe to do with my granddaughter.

  13. I don’t know that I could think of a more joyful looking food!! Unicorn approved for sure!

  14. I do like my treats to be pretty and this one is lovely in all its pastel glory. Happy Easter!

  15. So pretty! Happy Easter, Liz!

  16. diana reed says:

    Love the pastel Easter colors. So so pretty and maybe even I could pull these off~! Thanks Liz.

  17. That bark of course, is perfect for the holiday. But I have to ask, did you purposely feature pieces with and “E”? XOGREG

  18. Chocolate for Easter – nothing better most would say but they haven’t looked at this white chocolate bark that’s sent from Heaven. 🙂

  19. Looks super cute and yummy, Liz. Happy Easter!

  20. So festive and pretty, the perfect Easter treat!

  21. My white chocolate peppermint bark is a Martha Stewart recipe, she adds puffed rice cereal for crunch and texture! I love the Easter version, so darn pretty.

  22. I went to the shops this morning (post easter) to get all the bargains so I could make this bark, its so pretty and yum too. 🙂

  23. This is the perfect Easter treat. As much as I love to bake and cook, sometimes simple things are a lifesaver. Mini white chocolate chips would be a great add-in along with pecans of hazelnuts.

  24. This chocolate bark look so colorful and I’m sure it tastes delicious!


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