Easter Treat {you don’t want to miss this}

I have a riddle for you. . .
What do you get when you mix
 this 
{white chocolate}
with this?
{jelly beans}
You give up? 
I’ll give you a hint, it’s really yummy treat for Easter!
Friends, let me introduce you to 
Jelly Bean Bark. . .


Yum!
Here is how you make it. 

You’ll need a 24-oz bag of Nestle Premier White Morsels {this is the large size bag} and a 10 to 14 oz bag of jelly beans.

Melt your morsels on the stove using a double-boiler or in the microwave on 70% power. Be careful to stir frequently so that you do not burn the chocolate!! If you are using the microwave, heat in 30-second intervals, stirring in between, until fully melted.

While your chocolate is melting, line a cookie sheet with wax paper.

Lay half of the jelly beans on the pan.

Pour the melted chocolate over the jelly beans and use a rubber spatula to spread it across the pan creating an even layer.

Place the remaining jelly beans on top of the melted chocolate. Allow to cool at room temperature for several hours or put in the refrigerator to cool for one hour.
Peel away wax paper and break into 2 to 3-inch pieces.

Enjoy!


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64 thoughts on “Easter Treat {you don’t want to miss this}

  1. What!!?? Really!!?? I'm skeptical, but I'll give it a try. :) (This from the girl who makes bacon & chocolate chip cookies.)

  2. This is A.MA.ZING! I can't WAIT to make this for my kiddos!! They are going to think I'm the best mommy ever. :)

    xxoo,
    Liberty

  3. Too cute! My secret pal will love this pick-me up next week. What a beautiful…and delicious treat. Thanks for sharing!

    Mandy
    our kitchen table creations

  4. What an AWESOME and BEAUTIFUL idea! Love it! I would need to add some brown chocolate though!!!! lol

  5. What a clever idea for chocolate bark! My hubby is a jelly bean lover and would be all over this.

    I'm your newest follower! Stop by my blog sometime–I'd love to have you as a follower, as well! Also, feel free to check out the giveaway I am hosting this week! :)

    morrowsunshine.blogspot.com

  6. Too Cute…and I love you Flour and Sugar containers in the background!!
    This would be perfect for my Foodie Friday linky party…if you get a sec, pop on over and link up!
    Oh, and I found you on All Thingz Related!

  7. I am in serious LOVE with this post and this recipe! Genius! I am a white chocolate fan, so Christmas bark is always a special treat. Now I can enjoy it at Easter too!
    I featured your post at my Friday Favorites today! If you want, you can swing over and grab a featured button at Calico and Cupcakes. Have a GREAT weekend.

  8. Thanks so much for the detailed tutorial! If you get a chance, I'd love for you to link this up to my Not "Baaad" (get it?) blog hop :)

  9. I've never seen this idea before and I LOVE it! It is so pretty and would probably taste really good too. Thanks so much for linking up with Fun for Kids Friday.

  10. The kids and I made this today with our favorite Starburst Jelly Beans. Thanks for the yummy idea!

  11. Jen- I stumbled across your blog and it is adorable! I am helping my friends 5 yr old host a tea party the end of this month (I used to own a tea room) and your jelly bean bark will definitely be on the menu! The girls will be delighted by it. Thnx, sooo much, Linda

  12. So pretty! And I'm sure yummy as well! Perhaps you could stick a peep in there before it hardens! ha ha… I love it!

    Thanks for linking this project up with For the Kids Fridays! I appreciate you stopping by, and hope to have you back for this week's party! I'll be posting it later tonight.

    :)rachel at SunScholars.blogspot.com

  13. Simply neat & sweet! Will have to make this with my kiddos. :) Thank you for linking to my K.I.S.S. blog bash this past week. I so appreciate you taking the time to share your charming idea. Tomorrow is another blog bash, please drop by & share more of your inspiring ideas!

    Drop By The Tattered Tag

  14. We love this recipe for kids. We are going to feature it on our site!

    all the best,
    Sherry + Wendy @ Kiboomu

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  17. I found you on Lil Luna’s link party and I just had to check this out. Not only is this one of the most festive colorful treats I’ve ever seen, but it looks yummy too. Thanks for sharing. I have just signed up to be a follower so I’ll be back.

    Suzy

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