I love making different themed candy bark, so of course I had to make something fun for Easter! Thankfully once you have a basic bark recipe, it’s totally easy to tweak it around to make it fun for whatever party you’re throwing. This recipe uses one of my favorite Easter candies, peeps! Make up some of this super simple and yummy peeps bark for your family this weekend!
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Super Simple and Yummy Peeps Bark
This yummy peeps bark is sure to be a huge hit at your Easter party this year! So whether you’re having a simple Easter egg hunt at home or hosting the whole family for an Easter dinner, whip up some of this and your guests (or kids!) will love it!
What You Need to Make Yummy Peeps Bark
1 bag of Ghiridelli white chocolate melting wafers
1 bag of blue candy melts
1 bag of yellow candy melts
1 bag of pink candy melts
1 bag of purple candy melts
8×8 cookie sheet
2 small pots
disposable piping bags
Optional: Wooden Skewer
How to Make Yummy Peeps Bark
Using the small pots, pour 3 cups of cold water into one of the pots and place on the stove on high heat
Once the water starts to boil, place the second pot on top with the white chocolate wafers in the pot.
While the chocolate is melting, tear off a sheet of wax paper and lay it on the cookie sheet.
Mix the chocolate with a spoon and once it is melted pour the chocolate onto the cookie sheet.
In the same pot, add the yellow candy melts and melt them. once melted, pour in a bowl
Once the yellow candy is fully melted, pour in a bowl.
Repeat the previous step with the blue, pink, and purple candy melts.
Pour the four colors into their own disposable piping bags, and cut the tips of the bags
Pipe thick lines across the white layer and once lines have been added, take a wooden skewer, or butter knife and pull through the candy melt to create a ‘winged’ design on the bark
Place some peeps on the chocolate and sprinkle some sprinkles
Put the peeps bark back into the fridge for another 20 minutes before pulling out and breaking into pieces.
Serve and enjoy!
What is your favorite yummy Easter treat?
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