Easy White Chocolate & Malteser Bunny Easter Bark

4 ingredient White Chocolate & Malteser Bunny Bark with mini Easter eggs… a quick and easy ‘melt and decorate’ recipe that takes just 5 minutes!

Pieces of white chocolate broken up with Malteser bunnies and easter eggs.

Whether you’re after an easy recipe to make with the kids this Easter, a cheeky late night chocolate treat or a yummy way to use up leftover Easter eggs, then this is the recipe for you! Mix and match with any of your favourite Easter eggs for a quick and easy 5 minute Easter dessert.

Cutting up chocolate bark on a flat baking tray.

Easy Easter Bark Recipe

The best thing about making chocolate bark is that it is SO simple and you only need a couple of ingredients. For our Easter bark, you’ll need (scroll to the recipe card at the bottom for quantities and method):

  • white chocolate (or any chocolate you like)
  • Malteser bunnies
  • mini Easter eggs (or speckled eggs) – I like to use Cadbury Mini Eggs which have pastel coloured shells. 
  • sprinkles (or 100s and 1000s)The ingredients for Easter chocolate bark,

5 Minutes & 2 Simple Steps

This recipe is a great one to make with the kids because it is SO easy! Once the chocolate has been melted, they can do all of the decorating themselves. 

Scroll to the printable recipe card at the bottom for the detailed method.

Step 1 – Melt the chocolate

Melted white chocolate spread across a baking tray.

Step 2 – Decorate with Easter chocolates

Malteser bunnies decorated on top of melted white chocolate.

Malteser easter bunnies, pastel eggs on melted white chocolate.

A bright and colourful Easter bark recipe made with chocolate eggs, sprinkles and bunnies.

How To Melt Chocolate In The Microwave (foolproof method!)

Melting chocolate in the microwave is so easy… but there’s a couple of tricks you need to know:

  • To melt the chocolate in the microwave, it’s important to make sure that the power is set to 50%. It’s very easy to over-cook chocolate in the microwave which will cause it to seize up and go hard… and then the only thing to do is throw it out! But by melting the chocolate on 50% power, you’ll find that it melts slowly, resulting in a perfectly smooth chocolate. EASY!!!
  • Use a microwave-safe bowl.
  • Make sure you stir the chocolate every 30 seconds with a dry metal spoon. The spoon must be completely dry as any water will cause the chocolate to seize. 
  • As soon as the chocolate has melted, it’s ready to use. Don’t cook it any longer. 

Malteser bunnies with colourful easter eggs on white chocolate.

Kids Easter Recipes

This is such a great recipe to get the kids helping out with – and they’ll love decorating the bark with all of their favourite Easter chocolates

If you’re after some more recipes that are fun to make at Easter with the little ones, then check out these ones (plus my favourite Chocolate Easter Birds Nests!!). 

Shards of white chocolate bark with easter eggs and bunnies.

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White Chocolate & Malteser Bunny Bark with mini Easter eggs... 5 minutes prep time... 4 ingredients... a totally delicious Easter treat!

White Chocolate & Malteser Bunny Bark

White Chocolate & Malteser Bunny Bark with mini Easter eggs... 5 minutes prep time... 4 ingredients... a totally delicious Easter treat!
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Course: Chocolate, Easter
Cuisine: Chocolate, Easter
Keyword: chocolate easter bark
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes
Servings: 16 pieces
Calories: 176kcal

Ingredients

  • 400 g white chocolate or milk/dark
  • 6-8 Malteser bunnies
  • 125 g bag Cadbury mini eggs or any mini chocolate Easter eggs
  • sprinkles or 100s and 1000s, to decorate

Instructions

  • Melt the chocolate in the microwave on 50% power for 3 minutes, or until just melted (stir every 30 seconds). *If using a Thermomix, melt on 50 degrees, Speed 2, 3 minutes (or until melted). 
  • Pour the white chocolate onto a metal tray and spread out with a spoon. 
  • Decorate with the Malteser bunnies, Cadbury mini eggs and sprinkles. 
  • Place into the fridge to set then break into large chunks. 

Notes

RECIPE NOTES & TIPS
White chocolate - or substitute with milk or dark chocolate if you prefer.
Malteser bunnies - can be bought from most major supermarkets.
Mini Easter eggs (or speckled eggs) – I like to use Cadbury Mini Eggs which have pastel coloured shells but you can use any mini chocolate eggs you like.
Sprinkles - or substitute with 100s and 1000s
Melting chocolate in the microwave -  use a microwave-safe bowl and make sure that the power is set to 50% as it's very easy to over-cook chocolate in the microwave. Stir the chocolate every 30 seconds with a dry metal spoon. 
Stove-top or Thermomix - if you don't have a microwave, you can melt chocolate in in a double-boiler on the stovetop or in a Thermomix.

Nutrition

Calories: 176kcal | Carbohydrates: 19g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 10g | Saturated Fat: 6g | Cholesterol: 6mg | Sodium: 28mg | Potassium: 71mg | Fiber: 0g | Sugar: 19g | Vitamin A: 30IU | Vitamin C: 0.3mg | Calcium: 67mg | Iron: 0.1mg
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2 Comments
  1. Rachael says:

    Oh my goodness, this looks so gorgeous and delicious!
    I’ll definitely be making this for the kids to hand out as little Easter treats at school.
    Thanks Luce for yet another great baking recipe..

    1. Lucy Mathieson says:

      Thank you so much!! Oooh that’s a great idea for school treats!

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