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Easter Candy Bark | The Sweet Lulu Blog





  •  2 -11oz. packages of Ghirardelli Classic White Baking Chips
  • 2 Cups Assorted Chocolate Candies (M & M’s, Kit Kats, Whoppers etc.), Pretzels & Sprinkles



I bought too much Easter candy, so I opened up a bunch of little packets of candies including Whoppers, Kit Kats, and M&M’s.  I chopped up the Kit Kats with a knife, and used the bottom of a glass to break up the Whoppers and M&Ms into bits without turning them into powder – just wanted them nice and chunky.

I wanted to add something salty to the mix, so I opened up one of the little bags of pretzels usually reserved for the kids lunches, and broke those into smaller pieces too.

Finally, I added some of our new Sweetapolita Sprinkles, in  Easter Parade into the bowl.  In total, there were two cups of combined candies and pretzels.

Easter Candy Bark | The Sweet Lulu Blog

  • Next, prepare your pan. We used a 9 x12 rimmed baking sheet and lined it with waxed paper.
  • Now it’s time to melt the chocolate. Over a double boiler, melt the chocolate over medium-low heat, Stirring occasionally until the chocolate is completely melted.
  • Remove chocolate from the stove top.
  • Pour melted chocolate over the waxed paper. Use a cake or rubber spatula to  spread out chocolate into an even layer.
  • Sprinkle melted chocolate with your chopped candy/pretzel/sprinkle mix.


Easter Candy Bark | The Sweet Lulu Blog

  • Pop pan into freezer for 20 mins to harden.
  • Remove from freezer and break into chunks.

Easter Candy Bark | The Sweet Lulu Blog

Store in an air tight container……..if it lasts long enough to store!

Easter Candy Bark | The Sweet Lulu Blog

Turtorial & Photography : Jessie Senese for Shop Sweet Lulu

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