I’m Hopping Down the Bunny Trail with an easy, no-bake treat for Easter, guaranteed to satisfy everybunny’s sweet tooth! This is a quick and easy treat to fill your Easter baskets and one that little bunnies would enjoy help making.
I used Annie’s Bunny Grahams for this Easter Bunny Bark. I found the bunny grahams at Target, but I’ve also seen them at my grocery store. Pastel candy corn, M&Ms, and sprinkles that look like grass and Easter eggs make a fun Easter addition.
This is more of a procedure than a recipe, customizing this Bunny Bark using the candy and sprinkles of your choice. . . candy eggs, pretzels, jelly beans, and/or gummy worms for hungry chicks 🐣! You can easily adjust your candy for any holiday or occasion.
You can make this treat in less than an hour (closer to 30 minutes), in the time it takes for the candy coating to set! The other ingredients you’ll need are graham crackers and almond bark. You can find almond bark on the baking aisle near the chocolate chips. Substitute white chocolate chips or candy melts for the almond bark if you prefer. I like the CandiQuik brand for the convenience of the disposable microwave tray, but any brand of almond bark will work.
Easter Bunny Bark
16-ounce package white/vanilla-flavored almond bark
Chocolate graham crackers
Annie’s Bunny Grahams
M&Ms and Pastel Candy Corn or candy of choice
Line a *rimmed baking sheet with wax or parchment paper so paper extends over the edges of the pan. Arrange the graham crackers together so that they’re butted up against one another, piecing together as needed to fill the bottom of your pan. Melt almond bark according to package directions. Pour melted almond bark over the top of graham crackers, spreading it evenly over the surface.
Add the bunny grahams, candy and sprinkles of choice while candy coating is warm. Lightly press the larger ingredients down into melted almond bark to make sure they’re anchored into the candy. Allow to cool until set, about 30 minutes. (You can refrigerate bark to speed up setting process if needed.)
Using edges of paper, remove bark from sheet pan and transfer to cutting board. Use the tip of a knife to break/cut bark into pieces. I tried to break the pieces so there was at least one bunny on each piece of bark.
*I used an 11 x 15 rimmed baking sheet. Adjust quantity of ingredients as needed.
Kids would love decorating this bunny bark, just make sure little hands stay away from hot candy coating!
Wrap pieces of bunny bark in cellophane bags or add Easter grass or paper shred to mini pails for gift giving. I found these mini metal Easter Egg pails for $1 at Walmart.
If you need some inspiration with Easter on its way, hop over for an Easter Parade of Recipes and Table Inspiration, HERE.