Easy Easter Candy Bark Recipe with Peeps
Whip up a quick batch of Easter Candy Bark Peeps With Free Printable Tags These darling Easter treats are easy to create and fun to give. They can be done in so many colors and styles because there are so many different sprinkles and Peeps out there in the stores these days. This is a great project to do with kids or as a family because is so simple and fun. This is the best easy Easter candy bark recipe.
Easter Bark Peeps – Ingredients and Supplies:
- Melting Bark
- Parchment Paper
- Cookie Sheet
- Bags or Containers for Packaging
- Printed Tags (Free to Download)
To create Easter Candy Bark Peeps With Free Printable Tags, follow these simple directions.
First, line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
Next, melt vanilla bark (12 oz) and pour over paper lining then spread to even.
While it is still melted, add sprinkles. You can add jellybeans too!
Then add the Peeps candy, spreading them out so there is room to break apart.
Put cookie sheet in the refrigerator to chill.
Break The Bark Apart
When the easter candy bark recipe has hardened, break it apart to package into individual bags or containers.
Gifting the Candy Easter Bark is such a great idea. It is super cute in a jar tied up with ribbons or pom-poms.
Here is a FREE printable that you can use with your treats.
Two More Great Recipes!
There are so many super fun and delicious ways to make treats for springtime. The bird nest cookies are another no-bake delight that you can whip up at the last minute.
These bunny cakes are also really adorable. They are truly the easiest way to create a fast sweet treat.
Printables and Activities for Easter
Peeps come in so many fun colors. Use this adorable little coloring page to get creative. Maybe even cut them apart to make a pattern from what you color, or even sort.
If you are entertaining a bunch of kiddos for Easter and are looking for an activity, here is a fun one to use with carrots! You can grab it in my TpT store HERE.
Please let me know if you make the bark. I would love to hear how it goes for you!
Cheers to Springtime Celebrations, Learning and Sharing!