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Peeps White Chocolate Bunny Bark

Are Peeps your favorite Easter candy? They are definitely a favorite around here, and this Peeps White Chocolate Bunny Bark is such a fun sweet treat for the upcoming Easter holiday! This Peeps Bunny white chocolate bark recipe is perfect for making and sharing with friends and family or for enjoying as an easy dessert.My favorite part? This simple Peeps white chocolate bunny bark recipe is so easy to assemble, the kids can make it (or at least help make it!) 

Ready to make your own Peeps white chocolate bunny bark? Read on for the full supply list and step-by-step instructions, below.

Peeps White Chocolate Bunny Bark How-To  
(yields 6-8 generous pieces of chocolate bark)

What you'll need:

  • 1 (10 oz.) bag of white chocolate melting wafers
  • Edible Easter grass (in green color)
  • Peeps (bunny variety - in your choice of color(s).)
  • Pastel coated chocolate candy.
  • Wax paper
  • A baking sheet pan
  • A microwave safe bowl
How to:

  1. Line the baking sheet with wax paper.
  2. Melt white chocolate candy wafers according to package instructions.
  3. Spread melted chocolate on wax lined sheet pan.
  4. Press Peeps lightly into chocolate (spaced about 2 1/2" apart.)
  5. Press pieces of edible Easter grass into the chocolate (just underneath/to the sides of the Peeps.
  6. Press pastel coated candies into chocolate (arranged to look like flowers or to your preference.
  7. Allow adequate time for the chocolate to set. Break your Peeps White Chocolate Bunny Bark apart (or slice it with a knife) and enjoy OR package it in clear cellophane and share with friends and family!


Happy Spring & Happy Easter, friends!

4 comments:

  1. This is a really cute idea!! We love eating peeps

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    1. Thank you, Marisela! Peeps are definitely a favorite around here during the holidays! Happy Spring! :)

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  2. This turned out super cute. Great idea for Easter!

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