Homemade Bunny Bark Recipe!

Homemade Bunny Bark is one of my favorite recipes to make during Easter time! It’s a super easy recipe for entertaining guests and makes the perfect gift for Easter baskets. Libby and I made this fun yellow and pink Bunny Bark as an Easter project together and I would love to share our creation with you! 

I started laying Rice Krispies down in a pan and added several cups to create an even layer. Next, I melted two bags of Wilton white chocolate and added it on top of the Rice Krispies. Once smoothed, the chocolate creates a clean white canvas. Then, I begin to melt my colored chocolate. The colors I decided to use this year were pink and yellow colored Wilton’s chocolate. Drizzle the yellow and pink chocolate on top of the white chocolate and use a toothpick or knife to create fun designs.

Swirl it together to create that beautiful marbling affect! 

Before the chocolate combination sets, sprinkle it with fun sprinkles of your choice. The sprinkles begin to settle into the chocolate mixture when it starts to harden. You can leave it out on the counter or put it in the fridge to speed up the hardening process and poof! You have Bunny Bark! 

I love this recipe so much and so do all of my friends! I put my Bunny Bark in cute cellophane bags, stack it up on top of each other, and then tie each bag off with a colorful ribbon or bow. It makes it look so cute! It’s the perfect gift for your loved ones, and a fun activity to do with your kids. I love doing different barks with my own kids because it’s something really easy for them to help with and be a part of! This recipe is so versatile that it’s easy to use any type of chocolate and a variety of fun sprinkles!

Bunny Bark Ingredients
  • 1 Box Rice Krispies
  • 2 10oz bags of Wilton White Chocolate Candy Melts
  • 1 10oz bag of Wilton Yellow Chocolate Melts
  • 1 10oz bag of Wilton Pink Chocolate Candy Melts
  • Easter Sprinkles!

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  • Lisa ConnorThese look so adorable and delicious!  My granddaughter is going to flip over making these. Can you tell us where you found the cute Easter character sprinkles?  Thanks!