Easter Candy Bark


Easter Candy Bark

Easter Candy Bark
Easter Candy Bark

This easy homemade candy recipe is a simple and tasty way to use up your leftover Easter candy. This Easter Candy Bark has just the right amounts of sweetness, saltiness, and crunchiness. You can substitute any Easter candy you have on hand, or use the candy listed in the ingredients. Chocolate candy bark is a great treat for any holiday. The pastel colors from the M&Ms in this candy bark are fun and festive, perfect for Easter. Your kids can even help make this simple candy recipe.

We absolutely adore Easter Candy Bark, and if you're a fan of this sweet treat, we have some fantastic dessert recommendations for you!

For those who enjoy the simplicity and festive flair of Easter Candy Bark, we think you'll love making Easter-themed sugar cookies. These cookies are perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth and a love for holiday-themed desserts. You can shape them into cute Easter-inspired designs like bunnies, eggs, or chicks, and decorate them with colorful icing and sprinkles for an extra special touch.

If you're looking to try your hand at something a bit more challenging, we suggest attempting a homemade carrot cake. This classic dessert is always a hit during the Easter season, with its moist layers of spiced cake, rich cream cheese frosting, and crunchy walnuts or pecans. It's a deliciously decadent treat that is sure to impress your family and friends at your Easter gathering.

For those who prefer a lighter option, a lemon meringue pie is a refreshing and tangy dessert that's perfect for the spring season. The combination of tart lemon filling and fluffy, toasted meringue topping creates a delightful contrast of flavors and textures that is sure to satisfy your dessert cravings.

We hope these dessert recommendations inspire you to try something new and delicious in your kitchen. Happy baking!

Preparation Time5 min

Chilling Time30 min

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OH, how cute! I love this idea. Do you prefer to chop up the big malted milk eggs or use the smaller ones for this recipe? I know the flavor will still be there, but I think the smaller ones will probably be easier to work with when making the bark.


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