Hey Belles! Today, I'm gonna share with you this super easy & yummy Easter Marshmallow Bark recipe.
Every year for Easter, Me & Adam always make Easter baskets for my little sister & his nephew.
So, this year I wanted to make some homemade "candy" to place in their baskets.
What you'll need:
Jet-Puffed Fun Mallows, the miniature flavored ones.
Some kind of white chocolate melts, I used Vanilla Coating instead.
& Some cute little sprinkles, I used the bunny mix.
1. Melt white coating in the microwave until fully melted. Mine took about a minute. Even if it doesn't look melted, stir it around and it will begin to melt pretty quickly. Melting chocolate can be tricky, especially white chocolate. I used 5 blocks of my Vanilla coating.
2. Place marshmallows into melted chocolate/coating quickly, making sure all the marshmallows are coated. You'll want to do this pretty fast, so the marshmallows will not begin to melt. I used 5 cups of marshmallows for my bark.
3. After you've mixed the melted chocolate/coating & the marshmallows together, place them in a baking pan lined with some kind of parchment paper (this helps the mixture not stick to the baking pan). Make sure that the mixture is somewhat flat, so it looks like actual bark. I used a 9in X 9in baking pan for mine.
4. Once the pan is lined with the mixture, sprinkle whatever kind of topping you would like on top. I used leftover vanilla coating & my bunny mix sprinkles.
5. Place the baking pan into the freezer for about 20 minutes. This helps the melted chocolate/coating harden quicker so it doesn't melt the marshmallows.
6. After 20 minutes in the freezer, take pan out & let it come back to room temperature before cutting into it. If you don't let warm up, the chocolate/coating will be too hard to cut evenly. In turn, making a huge mess.
7. After its to room temperature, cut into squares or whatever shape you desire.
After it's all finished it should look something like this..
Yummy! This stuff is so good, & I'm not even a big fan of the flavored marshmallows.
& it's just too cute with all the pastel colors & bunny sprinkles!
If you decide to try this recipe for Easter, let me know below!
Until next time,