Easter Treats


Getting in to the spirit of Easter, I wanted to share an easy and inexpensive treat idea for Easter that is an easy recipe to make with young ones, and a tasty indulgence for both kids and adults to enjoy over the break.

Easter Chocolate Bark

Step One

Line a tray with baking paper and pour melted chocolate of your choice, spreading it around until the slab is about 1cm thick. I chose a mixture of milk, dark and white chocolate. Don’t worry about getting chocolate all the way to the edges of the tray, a bit of mess is ok:

Easter3Step Two

Here’s the fun part! Decorate the melted chocolate with your choice of ‘topping’. I chose crunchy m&m’s (that look like easter eggs), sliced up bounty bar and sprinkles. I then topped it off with splashes of melted white chocolate. Place the chocolate slab/tray in the fridge for over 4 hours, until the chocolate concoction is set, rock hard:

Step Three
Break up the chocolate in to ‘bark’ pieces with a knife. You should be able to pierce the slab with the tip of the knife, allowing the cracking to happen naturally, giving you a much nicer finish than actual slicing:

Step Four
I packaged the chocolate bark in to striped paper bags I purchased from a $2 shop. I made the bunny ear shape by simply cutting the shape with scissors and securing the top of each scrunched bag with some bakers twine. Seriously, too easy:


Enjoy – and make sure you let me know if you make this at home, would love to see how your version turns out!

Briar x



  • lastSKYsamurai

    Looks absolutely epic. I will make the time to get this done for some friends of mine. Thanks for the recipie idea Briar!

  • Stav Hatchett

    They look so fun and yummy! Will be trying this with the kids over Easter. Thank you Briar!

    • admin_briar

      So glad you want to make it Stav! Make sure you show me a pic! x

  • Haisley

    Hi Briar,

    Just wondering how many blocks of chocolate you used to make that portion? Shopping for my ingredients tonight!

    • admin_briar

      Hi Hayley, I used 2 block of chocolate and two 400g bags of button melts (one white, one milk). If you just want to use blocks of chocolate, I’d go for 4 or 5.

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