Picture of 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!

Step 1: Ingredients

Picture of Ingredients
  • 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!
fluffydragon4 months ago

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. http://www.cooksillustrated.com/taste_tests/482-wh...

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!