Bunny Cookie Bark

Bunny Cookie Bark

You’re not surprised are you?

You knew I had to do it.

I thought my cookie bark days were over but when my neighbor called to let me know there was Easter candy corn at the grocery store I had to do it – I had to make some Bunny Cookie Bark!

I actually made two versions of Bunny Cookie Bark.

For the first one I used the Golden Double Stuffed Oreos.  I combined that with some Easter M & M’s, vanilla almond bark, pretzels and some green sprinkles.

Bunny Cookie Bark

I really liked the addition of the golden oreos and it makes for a nice pretty pastel bark

Bunny Cookie Bark

For the second version I used the the Springtime Oreos, the ones with the yellow filling.  Instead of M & M’s I used the Easter candy corn my neighbor told me about along with the pretzels and sprinkles.

Bunny Cookie Bark

Both versions worked great so give them both a try – I just did half a batch of each.  Wouldn’t a little bag of Bunny Bark make a great addition to your Easter baskets this year?

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Bunny Cookie Bark

Ingredients

  • 14 whole Oreos, broken up.
  • 1 1/2 C pretzels, broken into pieces. I used the small stick pretzels
  • 1 lb. white chocolate, almond bark or melts found in the bulk food section
  • 1 C candy corn or M & M's
  • Colored sprinkles

Instructions

  • Cover a large cookie sheet with wax paper.
  • Spread broken cookies, pretzels and about 3/4 C of the candy corn or M & M's onto the waxed paper.
  • Place white chocolate in a container and microwave for 1 1/2 minutes. Stir and then microwave for another 30 seconds until melted and smooth. White chocolate melts faster and burns easier than chocolate.
  • Drizzle the melted chocolate over the cookie mixture, spreading with spatula if needed to coat evenly.
  • Sprinkle remaining candy corn and colored sprinkles over the chocolate while it is still wet. Do not let it harden.
  • Place cookie tray into refrigerator until set and firm. Remove and gently break bark into small pieces.
  • Store in air tight container.

 

For more fun check out my other blogs:

Your Homebased Parties

Cookie Bouquets

Guys and Dolls

Homebased Portland

Best Breakfast}Besaw’s Cafe

Comments

  1. says

    I had pinned this amazing recipe a while ago and I just adore it! I’m so honoured you chose to share this at my Say G’Day Saturday linky party-thank you! I’m going to repin this again to my Say G’Day Saturday board!

    Hope you can join in again this weekend!

    Best wishes,
    Natasha in Oz

  2. says

    Congratulations!
    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Have a great weekend and enjoy your new RED PLATE.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  3. says

    hi! Thanks for linking to tasteful tuesdays at nap-timecreations. This is SO fun! WOuld love to see a link back so I could feature you :o)

    • says

      Emily, I am in the middle of getting a linky party page put on the blog with all the parties I link to – it is still under construction – up soon hopefully!

    • says

      I have found that they don’t melt as well and as smoothly. White Chocolate chips burn easily too so be careful in the melting process if you use them.

Trackbacks

  1. [...] The other two recipes are new to me.  Every year, in addition to store-bought goodies, I make a few scrumptious treats to add to the Easter baskets for my niece and nephew. In the past I have made chocolate bunny suckers, and cookies to add to their baskets.  This year I wanted to try something new.  A few weeks ago I saw a couple of Easter themed recipes on “Pinterest” so I decided to give them a try. The first was for chocolate dipped Oreo’s.  It’s pretty simple actually.  You just dip the Oreo’s in melted chocolate and then top with sprinkles. The second recipe for bunny cookie bark is really simple too.  I love love love salty and sweet together, so this recipe appealed to me right away.  You simply mix crushed Oreo’s and pretzels, with M&M’s.  Then everything gets covered in white chocolate…YUM! I found this recipe on “Pinterest” too.  Here are the links to the recipes that I used: http://picky-palate.com/2010/03/30/white-fudge-dipped-easter-oreos/   and   http://www.yourhomebasedmom.com/bunny-cookie-bark/ [...]

  2. […] i saw an easter bark on a super cute blog called your homebased mom.  she has a couple of different themed barks, and they all look delicious! check out the recipe i saw HERE. […]

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