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Easter Bark

by Adrianne

Easter Bark is the perfect recipe if you are looking to do some baking this Easter! This chocolate puddles recipe is fun and will make the Easter Bunny hop on over to your place! 

Easter Bark stack with small bottle of Easter Eggs to the left

This recipe is similar to our Dark Chocolate Bark and Chocolate Granola Bark recipes where we combine melted chocolate and granola and nuts for a healthy treat! 

This Easter egg bark recipe combines melted chocolate, shredded coconut and mini speckled Easter eggs! 

 Whether homemade Easter Eggs is your thing or chocolate recipes in general, Easter is the time for baking, chocolate and fun! From our Easter Fudge, to our Chocolate Covered Strawberries, it is a sweet tooth lovers dream!

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You can choose to melt your chocolate on the stove, in the Instant Pot, microwave or Slow Cooker like our Slow Cooker Chocolate Fudge recipe. (I find therapy in slowly melting it in the Slow Cooker) .

What is chocolate bark?

Chocolate bark is the result of taking chocolate, melting it and decorating it with your favourite toppings! The chocolate sets and becomes a colourful tasty treat! 

You can make it in a flat layer and break it into pieces or in small puddles like I have done here. 

Our Halloween Bark, Snowman Chocolate Bark and White Chocolate Bark are all recipes that are done with a particular theme in mind. 

For Easter, I thought it would be a super fun idea to make chocolate puddles for an Easter themed special treat. 

To melt the chocolate in the slow cooker, add it to a heatproof jug, pour water up to the half way line of the chocolate, set the temperature to low and leave the lid off. 

Easter Bark ingredients

The ingredients we need for this recipe are set out in the photo below. We make this bark with only 3 simple ingredients! 

Ingredients for Easter Egg Bark with text overlay

As you can see we need are:

  • chocolate melts
  • mini speckled Easter Eggs
  • shredded coconut


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Easter Bark step by step instructions 

The steps to make this recipe are outlined in the photos below. Process shots for Easter Bark with text overlay

  1. pour about 1 cup of water into slow cooker (photo 1)
  2. add heatproof jug or bowl (photo 2)
  3. add choc & ensure water is about 1/2 way up chocolate level (add more water if not) (photo 3)
  4. temperature is low, lid is off 1 hr (photo 4) 

Process for easter fudge with step by step photos and text overlay

  • the low temperature will allow the chocolate to melt slowly (shown in photo 5)
  • spoon chocolate onto baking paper (shown in photo 6)
  • repeat for 6 chocolate bark puddles(shown in photo 7 )
  • move the sheet gently back and forth to allow chocolate to spread (shown in photo 8)

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Easter Chocolate fudge with step by step photos and text overlay

  • add the shredded coconut  (shown in photo 9)
  • followed by the speckled mini Easter Eggs (shown in photo 10)
  • the bark is now ready for the fridge (shown in photo 11)
  • allow to set (harden, approx 15 mins) then enjoy!  (show in photo 12) 

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Easter Chocolate Bark on baking paper with additional mini eggs

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The puddles of Chocolate Bark and fun and easy to make, kids can help too! 

Easter Chocolate Bark recipe quick info:

About the recipe:

  • we use dark chocolate melts (but you can use milk or white also)
  • to melt the chocolate, use Slow cooker, stove, Instant Pot or microwave. 
  • the baking paper ensures the chocolate doesn’t stick
  • change it up and add your favourite Easter eggs! 

FAQs about making Easter Egg Bark 

  1. this recipe will make 6 chocolate puddles
  2. don’t worry about perfect circles, random is fun! 
  3. this is a family friendly recipe
  4. This is an EASY recipe

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Easter Bark making Pro tips:

These additional tips are so that you can master this recipe from the 1st time you make it:

  • add some water to start and then after adding your chocolate ensure water is to 1/2 chocolate level
  • the chocolate won’t need stirring for 20 mins – 30 mins to start with, then stir a little 
  • have your baking tray and paper right next to the Slow Cooker so you can work easily
  • don’t worry about making a template the puddles can all be different sizes! 

Melting chocolate for bark in the Slow Cooker is so handy as it allows you to work at your own pace and keep the chocolate nicely melted as you go! 

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Easter Bark on a white background with coloured speckled eggs

If you want a different look to your bark, you can try crushing some of the eggs with your finger tips or having some solid chocolate eggs with a combination of speckled eggs too! 

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If you find yourself with leftover Easter chocolate eggs then get creative and throw them on the melted chocolate any way you please! 

Easter Bark stack with small bottle of Easter Eggs to the left

Easter Bark

Easter Bark is the perfect recipe if you are looking to do some chocolate making this Easter! This recipe is fun and will make the Easter Bunny hop on over! 
5 from 7 votes
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Course: Sweets, Treat
Cuisine: Australian
Keyword: chocolate, chocolate bark, easter eggs
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 55 minutes
Total Time: 2 hours
Servings: 6
Calories: 279kcal
Author: Adrianne


  • Slow Cooker
  • Instant Pot
  • Stove Top
  • Microwave


Easter Bark

  • 150 grams chocolate melts Note 1
  • 100 grams speckled mini easter eggs Note 2
  • 1/2 cup shredded coconut


Easter Bark

  • Line a flat baking tray with greaseproof paper
  • Melt your chocolate (Slow Cooker, Instant Pot, Stove Top or Microwave)
  • Using a soup spoon scoop a spoonful of melted chocolate, hover over baking tray then pour chocolate onto tray to form circles
  • Top with shredded coconut and speckled Easter eggs
  • Place in fridge to set for 30 mins or more
  • Serve when set



  • Note 1 You can use either chocolate melts or bits, or a block broken into pieces. You can also use either milk, dark, or white chocolate. 
  • Note 2 You can use your favorite chocolate Easter Eggs. You can also mix it up a little, some speckled eggs, some solid chocolate, whatever you have on hand will be perfect! Use leftover Easter eggs if you have them! 
  • Note 3 Desiccated coconut (which is the shorter, finer coconut) is another option if you don't have shredded coconut. 


Calories: 279kcal | Carbohydrates: 25g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 19g | Saturated Fat: 12g | Cholesterol: 3mg | Sodium: 24mg | Potassium: 262mg | Fiber: 4g | Sugar: 19g | Vitamin A: 13IU | Calcium: 26mg | Iron: 3mg
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Slow Cooker recipes

Using the Slow Cooker to melt chocolate is a simple method. It is not super fast though. If you want to make this recipe is 10 mins then I recommend the microwave or stove top method for melting your chocolate. 

The results of each cooking method will look and taste the same, it only depends on how much time you want to give to the task at hand. 

Please give me a shout if you have questions or make the recipe and want to give feedback.

Melting chocolate in the Slow Cooker just might be the therapy you and I need right now, I’ve got you covered! 

Adrianne xx


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Charla April 10, 2020 - 12:53 pm

5 stars
How quick and easy is this recipe? Like seriously? I know my niece would love me forever if we made this together over the Easter Holidays.Thanks for the idea Adrianne.

Adrianne April 10, 2020 - 10:05 pm

No worries Charla!! Yes it is a super fun easy one. Thanks for stopping by!

Deanne April 10, 2020 - 1:03 pm

5 stars
Adorable! I plan to make this with my kiddos over the weekend. Thanks for sharing!

Adrianne April 10, 2020 - 10:06 pm

No worries, hope you have fun whilst you are trying the recipe, cheers!

Marie-Charlotte Chatelain April 10, 2020 - 1:27 pm

5 stars
Excuse me, but these are just the CUTEST and so easy to make! Kids can help with this to – at least the coconut sprinkling part haha. Melted chocolate and kids = a day of cleaning the kitchen! Love this!

Adrianne April 10, 2020 - 10:07 pm

Awwww thanks Marie-Charlotte that is great feedback, appreciate it. I am sure the kids will help with the cleaning, haha!

Sisley White April 10, 2020 - 1:37 pm

5 stars
I loved make this for my family. It’s so nice to make something homemade which is so quick and looks so good.

Toni April 10, 2020 - 1:43 pm

This is such a perfect idea for Easter treats!

Adrianne April 10, 2020 - 10:07 pm

Cheers Toni, no worries!

mimi rippee April 10, 2020 - 4:09 pm

I wish you were here to make these for me! My attempts wouldn’t be nearly as pretty! Great photos.

Adrianne April 12, 2020 - 10:18 am

Oh haha Mimi!! I wish I could make them for you too. Hope you have a great Easter x

Amanda Wren-Grimwood April 11, 2020 - 10:12 am

5 stars
So cute and perfect to make with kids too. Too simple no to try.

Adrianne April 11, 2020 - 10:13 am

Awwww thanks Amanda!! Appreciate your thoughts!! Happy Easter!


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