This Easter Bark is sooooo easy to make… and super cute, too!
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Easter Bark Recipe
It’s true… I’m pushing 40 and my mama still gives me an Easter basket every year. She is so thoughtful! As I’ve grown older, the baskets have just included more “grown-up” goodies. My last basket had some gardening stuff in it (gloves, seeds and a little spade). One thing’s for sure: there’s always ROBIN EGGS in the little basket! I love ’em!
Being the Pinterest freak that I am, I’ve seen so many cute Easter recipe ideas lately. I recently saw some cupcakes topped with green-colored coconut and robin eggs, and thought it would be so cute to make an easy Easter Bark recipe with the same concept.
Here’s what you’ll need: Graham crackers, vanilla almond bark, coconut, a few drops of green food coloring and robin eggs.
It’s as easy as this: Line a baking sheet with parchment or wax paper and arrange graham crackers on the baking sheet.
Spread melted vanilla flavored almond bark over the graham crackers and top with green-colored coconut and robin eggs. Allow to cool and break in to pieces.
To color the coconut, all I did was add 3 drops of green food coloring in a teaspoon of water. I poured the coconut into a Ziploc bag, then added the teaspoon of water and food coloring. I had to shake the bag to evenly distribute the food coloring, but it was crazy easy and quick.Print
- Graham crackers – about 2 sleeves
- 1 (24 ounce) package vanilla flavored almond bark
- Green food coloring
- 1–1/2 cups shredded coconut
- 1–1/2 cups robin eggs
- Place coconut in a Ziploc bag. Place 3-4 drops of green food coloring in a teaspoon of water and pour it over coconut. Shake bag to evenly distribute color.
- Line a 15×10 baking sheet with parchment or wax paper. Lay graham crackers over parchment or wax paper in a single layer.
- Melt almond bark according to package directions (I microwaved mine) and spread it evenly over graham crackers. Sprinkle with coconut and top with robin eggs. Allow chocolate to cool and set, then break into small pieces.