Easter Chocolate Bark

Whether it’s a treat for the family or a homemade gift for friends, this chocolate bark is perfect this Easter. It is simple to make and tastes seriously yummy!

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Easter Chocolate Bark

Ingredients

  • 3 x 200g bars milk chocolate
  • 180g mini chocolate eggs
  • 1 heaped tbsp popping candy

Method

  • Lightly grease a baking tray with parchment.
  • Put most of the mini eggs into a food bag (retain the rest for decoration) and bash them with a rolling pin until broken up a little.  I really enjoyed this!
  • Break the chocolate into a heatproof bowl.
  • Bring a pan of water to a simmer, then place the bowl on top. Ensure that the water does not touch the bottom of the bowl. Allow the chocolate to melt slowly, frequently stirring with a spoon or spatula.
  • When the chocolate is melted and smooth, mix in the popping candy and pour it into the tin and tip to level it out.
  • Scatter the smashed and whole mini eggs on top.
  • Leave to set for a few hours.
  • Peel off the parchment and break the Easter chocolate bark into shards.

Enjoy!

Have a lovely Easter.

Keep smiling 🙂

Claire

x

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28 Responses to Easter Chocolate Bark

  1. Jo says:

    Bet you loved smashing that up into little bite size pieces!

  2. Sarah Bailey says:

    Ohh this sounds fantastic and something I could totally easy make yay! x

  3. Happy Easter. This sounds like something I could make.

  4. Stressed Mum says:

    What a great idea and so easy to make, I am going to have to try this x

  5. Oh this looks lovely Clare. Absolutely delicious.

  6. oh I am going to get the kids on making this tomorrow thanks for the idea

  7. I saw this on your Facebook page and its lovely, I really can’t wait to give it a go tomorrow afternoon with the kiddos! H x

  8. Elizabeth says:

    Mmm I love the addition of popping candy to this bark recipe – fantastic! My kids would love this!

  9. This looks so yummy. Mini eggs are my favourite, I need to try this.

  10. Oh how delicious doe this look – and so simple even I could do it! My children would love it. Kaz x

  11. This looks absolutely lush. I love that you’ve added popping candy, thats my fave! xxx

  12. Astrid says:

    Easter is over now, but this sounds truly delicious anyway (and I bet mos tpeople have a lot of chocolate eggs left over). It’s a bit hard for me to make independently but I would love to try this with some help someday.

  13. Oh this looks delicious! Would love to mix up all these Easter treats to make a colourful chocolate block 🙂

  14. Mandi says:

    This looks delicious and definitely something my 13 yr old chocaholic daughter could make.

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