Experience the chocolatey goodness of Cadbury mini eggs with this easy-to-make Easter candy bark recipe. Perfect for a movie night!
Cadbury mini eggs are a favorite candy for many, and just like the Easter bunny, they only come around once a year!
So grab them while you can because you are going to want to make this candy bark.
It is in the shape of cookies so it’s easier to eat than the classic bark that is normally broken into pieces.
Place a couple in an Easter themed bag for an extra special treat for a lunch boxes snack, or to give as party favors.
You can even place them in Easter baskets and candy bowls.
However you choose to serve these milk chocolate treats they are sure to be a hit.
Cadbury Mini Eggs
I’ve been on a bit of an Easter recipe kick since spotting a new grocery store display filled with Cadbury’s delectable crunchy smooth candy.
My daughter and I made her favorite brownies using Cadbury dark chocolate mini eggs. Those are coming up on the blog soon!
Did you see the Easter chocolate martini I just made? Get ready to drool a little! 🙂
Also, if you are preparing for an Easter egg hunt you don’t want to miss the NEW collection of Easter basket ideas I just shared.
There are 31 basket ideas for kids of all ages; even a few for adults.
Now, let’s get to this easy recipe.
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Cadbury Mini Eggs Candy Bark Recipe
- Mini Cadbury Eggs – I used milk chocolate. You may want to try the dark chocolate!
- Pastel Sprinkles
- 12oz White Chocolate Chips – switch up your chips for different variations.
Kitchen Tools Needed
- Sauce Pan
- Cooking Spray
- Parchment Paper
Start by spraying a sauce pan with cooking spray.
Melt the white chocolate chips over medium heat. Be sure not to overcook. White chocolate can get a burnt flavor quickly.
Pour the melted chocolate onto the wax paper in circle shapes.
Quick tip: try using bunny-shaped cookie cutters for a festive treat!
Quickly cover the melted chocolate with mini Cadbury eggs & sprinkles.
The melted chocolate hardens fast, so you want to work fast.
About 4 candy eggs is just the right amount for these cookie shapes.
Let the bark harden. To speed this process up, you can place it in the refrigerator.
Now just serve and enjoy!
Why You Will Love This Recipe
- It’s a no-bake treat
- Easy to transport
- Single serve
- Easy to make
- Uses easy to find ingredients
- Inexpensive to make
Yes, Cadbury Mini Eggs are gluten-free, but always check the package ingredients to be safe.
You can buy Cadbury mini eggs at most grocery stores, convenience stores and just about anywhere candy is sold. They are also sold on Amazon though you will pay more.
Unfortunately, no. They are only available around Easter so you may want to stock up!
I hope you enjoyed this simple Easter recipe.
It’s a quick and easy treat that kids will love!
What do you think? Is this something you could see yourself making for Easter?
Leave me a comment below and let me know if you try it.
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Easter Bark Made With Cadbury Mini Eggs
Make this easy candy bark recipe as a sweet treat for yourself and those closest to you! Filled with rich milk chocolate eggs with a delicious crisp sugar shell perfect for Easter.
- Mini Cadbury Eggs
- Pastel Sprinkles
- 12oz White Chocolate Chips
- Cooking Spray
- Wax Paper
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