Super Easy Easter Marshmallow Bark

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I have a confession to make: while most people change a recipe to make it skinny, I took a healthy recipe and went the other direction. Ha! You know, as in, less skinny. Sorry! I know, I know, I'm awful. At any rate, the original WW recipe was a such a good idea and to be honest I really don't think my changes added an obscene amount of calories. Maybe just a few. They're so cute though, aren't' they!?

I used a metal cookie cutter to make them Easter egg shaped- you can use another metal cutter for a different shape, or simply cut them into squares, like I've shown below. I took these to a family dinner, thinking the kids would love them. Little did I realize how much the adults would love them too! They were a huge hit!

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Step 1: Ingredients

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  • 1 bag white chocolate chips {12 oz}
  • 3 cups mini rainbow marshmallows
  • about 1 TBSP shortening {optional, but it really makes the melting process easier!}
  • Easter sprinkles or other fun sprinkles for decor on top!

Oh my god. I need this.

definitely making this for our Relay for Life Easter Bake Sale

bajablue1 year ago

I'm pretty sure white baking chips aren't real chocolate.

That said, I'm still going to wrestle with some white candy melts and make this! Excellent Ible… thanks for sharing!

AnnieMcD1 year ago
Forgot to say - love the multi coloured ones for Easter!
AnnieMcD1 year ago
I made these with just white marshmallows & silvery sprinkles for Christmas trees. If you use gluten free marshmallows cute present for coeliacs. & goes down a treat with adults too!

They look super cute and delicious!

mehlani1 year ago
Wow!!! I want to make these today!

How cool! And very, very pretty!


These are absolutely beautiful!