Easter Egg Bark
For those of you who don’t know, a few months back I kinda fell madly in love with Tupperware. Although I’d grown up with it in Mum’s kitchen, and my little sister had been harping on about if for years, I just couldn’t see past the price tag. But then somewhere over the past year I became a convert, a Tupperholic you might say, and wow am I glad. Tupperware products are seriously life changing, time savers in the kitchen, and they help me to come up with easy recipes like this Easter Egg Bark. Considering my penchant to avoid plastic, you’d think my new love for Tupperware is pretty obscure, but not as obscure as the fact that I love it so much, I now sell it too…
But I’m not here to sell you anything, just to share one of my simple recipes that I made using the Tupperware Silicone Baking Sheet with Rim. If you don’t have one of these, no worries, just use a slice tin instead.
Having that little rim all the way around the Silicone Baking Sheet not only prevents your chocolate from spilling over the edges, but is also the perfect depth for Easter Egg Bark. It works great for making homemade healthy fruit roll-ups for the kids too.
Easter Egg Bark is one of the simplest deserts you will ever make. And you can add as little or as many ingredients as you like to the mix. All I’ve used is some good quality white chocolate, mini marshmallows and speckled eggs. That’s it!
Isn’t it pretty though?
Don’t like white chocolate? No worries, substitute your favourite milk/dark chocolate instead. You can also add extras like coconut, nuts, jelly lollies, cherries etc – whatever you like!