Another question..what is your favorite Easter candy? Jelly beans? Chocolate peanut butter eggs? Speckled eggs? Cadbury Eggs? Mine is: all of the above. I love all kinds of candy,but, for some reason, Easter candy is my favorite. It could be because it's all decked out in pretty pastel colors, but, let's face it, it's probably because the majority of it is chocolate.
Today we using two Easter candy staples: M & M's and Cadbury Eggs. Have you ever had a Cadbury Egg? They are yummy. You've got your chocolate egg and then, it's filled with a nice, sweet creamy center. They also come in a caramel-filled variety.
This no-bake bark has both type of the Cadbury Eggs and they tucked in between a layer of milk chocolate, topped off with white chocolate, then, topped off with M & M's. Gah! Chocolate overload! Love it.
These are really fun for the holiday, and, are, two things...messy ( chopping up the eggs was not pretty) and sweet. You gotta be a chocolate lover for this. Which, I"m hoping, you are. :)
Tastes awesome and great for a special holiday treat.
Cadbury Egg Chocolate Bark
Prep Time: 00:30
Ingredients (Serves: 6-7)
- 12 oz milk chocolate
- 3 oz white chocolate
- 4- creme filled Cadbury Eggs, chopped
- 4- caramel filled Cadbury Eggs, chopped
- springtime M & M candies, optional
Line a small baking sheet with parchment paper.
Melt 8 oz of milk chocolate in a double boiler on medium heat. Remove from heat and stir in remaining 4 oz of milk chocolate. Stir until smooth.
Spread 1/2 of the melted milk chocolate on to baking sheet. It doesn't have to be a perfect shape, but, try and keep it about an 8 x 8 square.
Top with both flavors of chopped Cadbury eggs.
Pour the rest of the melted milk chocolate on top of candy and spread evenly.
Melt white chocolate in double boiler on medium heat until smooth. Drizzle on top of milk chocolate. If desired, sprinkle the top with some M & M's.
Place in freezer for about 30 minutes or until set.
Remove and break into desired sized pieces.
Keep leftovers sealed and in fridge or freezer.
Adapted from The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen