How-To Make Super Cute Easter Candy Bark with Bunnies and Chicks

How to make super cute candy bark in just minutes! This candy is so easy to make that you'll want to whip up a batch for every holiday there is.

Collage of Easter Candy bark along with the ingredients to make your own easy version

I enjoy making treats for the holidays but sometimes, there just isn't enough time.  Thankfully, this is one of those treats you can make easily, like really easily, in just minutes.  The end result is candy so cute and tasty you'll want to make it for every holiday there is and then some. It's easy to customize; think team colors, birthday parties, baby showers, just about any celebration you'd like candy for, this is the answer.

White candy melts, yellow sprinkles, blue jimmies, and box of Easter Chicks and Peeps to top off cupcakes

12-ounce bag of Wilton Candy Melts, Bright White
Colorful Sprinkles
Box of Icing Decorations
Baking Pan
Parchment Paper


Glass measuring cup filled with white candy melts used to make homemade candy bark

White candy melts melted in glass measuring cup ready for making candy bark

Place candy melts in a microwave-safe bowl or measuring cup and melt according to directions on package.

Baking sheet lined with parchment paper for candy making

Pouring melted candy onto parchment paper

Pour melted candy onto a baking sheet that has been lined with parchment paper and spread evenly.

Candy melted on baking sheet

Begin gently pressing icing decorations into the melted candy quickly before it sets up.

Icing decorations pressed into melted candy for candy bark

Add candy sprinkles to bark

Continue pressing icing decoration into candy and then add sprinkles.

Easter Candy Bark on baking sheet

Allow candy to set up for about 15 to 20 minutes.  I included this picture because the little peeps and bunnies look so darn cute I couldn't take it!

score candy with a sharp knife before it has fully set

At the 15 minute mark the candy will not be fully set and this is the time to score it into smaller sections.

Easter candy bark cut into pieces on white platter

After an additional 30 to 60 minutes the candy will be fully "set" and you can gently break it into pieces along the scoring marks.

Hand holding Easter Candy Bark with blue sprinkles and an adorable mini white bunny with blue eyes

And that's it.  I placed mine in a glass jar and by the end of the second day, it was totally gone and all that was left were a few sprinkles. 😉

I hope you get the chance to make a batch for your own celebrations.  If you do, I would love to hear about it!

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  1. Laura McMinn says:

    So good to read your blog again! I loved C&C...and know this will as wonderful! Thanks for taking the jump!

    1. Mary Beth says:

      Thank you so much, Laura!!

  2. Bridget Martinelli says:

    those look delicous... thank you for sharing..