This delicious bark recipe is the perfect way to celebrate Easter. It’s made with your favorite treats, like graham crackers and marshmallows layered with white chocolate! You can even make this fun treat disappear before you know it because there are only six ingredients making it an easy treat for all ages to recreate. This post is sponsored by R.M. Palmer. All views expressed are that of our own.
I love Easter Because it’s a time to be with family, and to celebrate new life. It’s also a time to enjoy the warmer weather and all the fresh flowers and trees blooming everywhere. Spring is such a beautiful season, and Easter is the perfect time to celebrate it.
Besides Easter baskets, I love making sweet treats for my 3 kids. Easter-themed desserts like these Spring Cakes and this Easter S’mores Bark are some fun choices. These treats are made even cuter by confections from R.M. Palmer.
Their 2022 offerings like their S’mores Bunny Hollow and Solid Bunnies, and Party Pals Easter Puppies filled with Palmer Double Crisp, foiled eggs. These eggs were the perfect sweet contrast for our Easter Bark!
Why I Love This Recipe
Delicious – If you love the classic flavors of s’mores, you’ll really love this combination of flavors.
Quick to make – This recipe doesn’t require any bake time although it does require freeze time to set the marshmallow.
Unique – I love that this recipe is different than the standard Easter Jelly Bean Bark. The combination of crunchy graham crackers, sweet fluffy marshmallows, white chocolate, and candy toppings make for a tasty combination that is hard to resist. The pretty contrast of the colorful sprinkles, jelly beans, and Palmer Double Crisp Foiled eggs make this treat POP.
Graham Crackers – I used honey graham crackers for the base of this recipe. You can use any variety of graham crackers you prefer or may have on hand.
Marshmallow – I used one package of mini marshmallows for this recipe. These melt evenly and one 10-ounce bag is all you need.
Butter – Unsalted butter is the way to go to make the tastiest marshmallow layer.
Chocolate – I love how marshmallows and white chocolate pair together. However, you could use a layer of candy melts, milk, or even dark chocolate.
Toppings – You can be creative with these. However, Palmer Double Crisp Foiled eggs, and pastel sprinkles are one of the most affordable candies to top your bark with. We really enjoyed the fruity flavors of the jelly beans which made for a tasty contrast.
How to Make Easter Marshmallow Bark
Line an 8 x 13 (or 9 x 13) pan with parchment paper sprayed with nonstick spray. Add a layer of graham crackers to the parchment paper. You might need to break some of the crackers up to nicely fit them on the pan.
In a large, microwave-safe bowl, add the mini marshmallows, and butter.
Microwave on high for 30-seconds. Then remove the bowl from the microwave and stir the mixture with a greased rubber spatula. Return the bowl to the microwave. Repeat this cycle of microwaving for 30-seconds and stirring until the mixture is fluffy and fully combined.
Once the mixture is fluffy and smooth (butter should be melted) pour the mixture over the graham crackers, and spread with the greased spatula.
In a smaller microwave-safe bowl, add the white chocolate chips. Microwave for 30 seconds stirring in-between each session until creamy (just like we did for the marshmallow mixture).
Pour the melted chocolate over the marshmallow layer and smooth it with a rubber spatula.
Add candy toppings and sprinkles. I tried to space my candies out to be even.
Place the bark in the refrigerator for 2 hours, or the freezer for 1 hour. This is best if you make it the night before.
Once hardened, use a sharp knife to cut through your bark. Enjoy!
I found that storing this bark in an airtight container in the refrigerator worked best. You can store it easily for up to 2 weeks. Due to the possible stickiness of marshmallows, I suggest keeping this marshmallow bark chilled. You can also freeze it for up to 3 months in an airtight container or freezer bag.
More Tasty Easter Recipes
- Semi-Homemade Easter Cakes – Don’t have time to make an elaborate Easter dessert? Check out these Easter cake hacks today!
- Rice Cereal Easter Eggs – Chances are you love marshmallows if you’re on this recipe. Check out these Easter Egg-shaped crispy treats!
- Peeps Magic Rolls – Have you ever heard of tomb rolls? We took Peeps and baked them in crescent dough and guess what? The peeps disappeared.
Easter S’mores Bark
- 9 x 13 or 8 x 13 jelly roll pan
- parchment paper
- nonstick spray
- refrigerator or freezer
- rubber spatula
- 2 microwave-safe dishes
- 10 ounces mini marshmallows
- ¼ cup unsalted butter
- 8-12 whole honey graham crackers Cracker number depends on pan size as noted.
- 12 ounces white chocolate
- ½ cup Palmer Double Crisp Foil eggs unwrapped
- ½ cup jelly beans
- 1 tablespoon Easter sprinkles
- Line a 8 x 13 (or 9 x 13) pan with parchment paper sprayed with nonstick spray. Add a layer of graham crackers to the parchment paper. You might need to to break some of the crackers up to nicely fit them on the pan.
- In a large, microwave-safe bowl, add the mini marshmallows, and butter. Microwave on high for multiple 30-second intervals stirring in-between each with a greased rubber spatula. Once mixture is fluffy and mixed (butter should be melted) pour the mixture over the graham crackers, and spread with the greased spatula.
- In a smaller microwave-safe bowl, add the white chocolate chips. Microwave for 30 seconds stirring in-between each session until creamy.
- Pour the melted chocolate over the marshmallow layer and smooth with a rubber spatula.
- Add candy toppings and sprinkles. I tried to space my candies out to be even.
- Place the bark in the fridge for 2 hour, or the freezer for 1 hour. This is best if you make it the night before.
- Once hardened, use a sharp knife to cut through your bark. Enjoy!