Making Easter chocolate bark is super easy, you can break it into shards and pop it into gift boxes or bags, or even use the bark for cool cake decorations!
Serves: This makes a large tray for a party or similar.
A little oil for greasing the baking tray
450g white chocolate
A selection of candy melts (I used Wilton pink, yellow and blue)
A selection of Easter chocolate: mini eggs, crème eggs, gold eggs and candy.
A cocktail stick or skewer
1 x shallow baking tray (30 x 40cm) oiled and lined with a sheet of parchment. Lightly oil the parchment too.
Melt the chocolate and candy melts in separate bowls over a bain-marie or in the microwave according to the packet instructions
Pour in the melted white chocolate into the lined baking tray first, and tap the tray on the surface to settle
Take the melted colours and add each to the tray, in lines and swirls randomly - it's so fun and satisfying to do this bit
Now take a cocktail stick or skewer, and drag through the chocolate to spread the colours in an up and down direction, and then side to side to create large marble swirls of colour. Tap the tray onto the surface and leave for about 5-10 minutes so it slightly hardens.
Sprinkle over the chocolate egg decorations and leave to set in the fridge for about an hour or just at room temperature until it has completely set hard
Once ready, remove from the tray and smash or cut up into large shards of Easter bark. Pop into gift bags.