Festive colors, sprinkles, salty pretzels, vanilla, white chocolate and milk chocolate candies make up this simple Spring Treat: Easter Pretzel Bark Recipe.
Greetings Kenarry Readers! Trish here again to share (another) sweet & salty treat. It is true, I have an obsession for all things sweet & salty. Along with the Pretzel Rods and Pretzel Shamrocks that I have shared here at Kenarry in the past, there are several additional sweet & salty recipes on my website, By Trish Sutton. Today I am adding one more sweet & salty treat to my list of recipes; Pretzel Bark Recipe.
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Spring Treat: Easter Pretzel Bark Recipe
- 16 ounces Vanilla Baking Bar (or Almond Bark)
- 1 Cup White Chocolate Chips
- 1 Cup Springtime Chocolate Candies (M&Ms or Cadbury’s work great)
- 3/4 cup Salted Pretzel Sticks
- Springtime or Easter Sprinkles
2. Chop vanilla baking bar into small pieces then place them into a microwave safe dish.
3. Heat the vanilla pieces in the microwave for one minute. Stir until the melted candy is smooth. If needed, microwave the candy for another 15-20 seconds. Do not overheat.
4. Pour white chocolate chips into a microwave safe dish then heat for one minute. Stir until smooth.
5. Spread an even layer of the melted vanilla candy onto the prepared pan. Drop dollops of the melted white chocolate chips over the candy layer then use a butter knife to swirl the melted vanilla and white chocolate together.
6. Before the bottom layer begins to set lightly press the pretzel sticks and chocolate eggs onto the melted candy. Top the layer of pretzels and eggs with colorful sprinkles then use a teaspoon to lightly press them into the Easter Pretzel Bark.
7. Place your spring treat in the refrigerator for one hour or until set.
8. Remove the pan from the fridge then break the bark into snack size pieces.
The official start of Spring is next week, why not celebrate with a sweet & salty treat?
Happy Spring! ~ Trish
Trish is a passionate volunteer, tea addict, and football fanatic as well as the creator and dreamer behind her self-titled lifestyle blog, By Trish Sutton. As a believer, a wife, a boy-mom and a big sister, she’s wholeheartedly devoted and loyal to those she loves. She started her blog in 2014 with the hope it would inspire others to do the same. When Trish isn’t writing, crafting and creating for her blog or taking care of her family, you’ll typically find her working as a human resources contractor or spending time with her two sons making messes in the playroom or debating penalties and plays on ESPN.