Make this Easter Bunny Tail Candy Bark in a few minutes with your favorite spring candies and mini marshmallows. Kids of all ages love this easy dessert!
The kids are on spring break this week, so we’ve been busy making some of their favorite sweet treats. Whenever they have time off, I always have them list a few things they want to do over break. So this year, in between suggestions to meet Chris Evans, eat 6200 tacos and vacation in California, they included a few things that we could actually do.
And, this easy Easter bunny bark is one of them! We make bark for Christmas, Halloween and even patriotic holidays like Memorial Day and the Fourth of July. My daughter wanted to make Valentine’s Day bark, but she ended up getting sick, so we never got around to doing that.
So this year, it was definitely time to make Easter bark. If you’re looking for a super easy dessert of treat for Easter or any holiday, you need to make some bark! It’s basically just melted chocolate or white chocolate mixed with candy melts. If you can use the microwave, you can make this Easter bunny tail bark!
Instead of using regular chocolate, we bought a bunch of different colored candy coating. Normally, I’d be all about the dark chocolate, but since this is spring, it’s all about the lighter colors.
All you do is melt the candy coating, pour the different colors on a baking sheet, and then you swirl them all together with a toothpick.
That’s just the basics. The fun part is adding your favorite candy and whatever colorful toppings you want. We used spring M & M’s and other candy. And for extra fun, we added some mini mini marshmallow bits because they reminded us of little bunny tails.
I popped the candy bark into the fridge to set, and after a few minutes, it was ready to eat. Just break the bark into smaller pieces with a knife or your hands, and that’s it!
How to Make Easter Bunny Tail Candy Bark
Easter Bunny Tail Candy Bark
Use your favorite spring candies to make this colorful no bake Easter Bunny Candy Bark for dessert
- 2 cups white candy melts
- 2 cups yellow candy melts
- 2 cups pink candy melts
- 2 cups teal candy melts
- pastel coated candies
- pastel spring sprinkles
- mini marshmallow bits
Place the candy melts in separate microwaveable bowls, and melt according to directions on package.
Pour melted candy coating on wax-paper lined baking sheet, and swirl colors together with toothpicks
Add pastel candies, marshmallow bits and sprinkles to melted bark, and press in lightly
Refrigerate until bark is firmly set, and cut into pieces with knife
This Easter Bunny Tail Candy Bark did not last long in our house at all. Of course the kiddos were home, so I expected that! But you ca make this for a quick and easy Easter dessert or share some with your friends or other special people. They’ll love it!