Are you a major Caramilk fan? This Caramilk Easter Bark takes about 10 minutes to make, 30 minutes to set and then it’s ready to eat!
Caramilk Easter Bark
Melting your Caramilk
For this recipe I used the Cadbury Caramilk Baking Chips. They are limited edition through so who knows how long they will stick around for. If you want to melt a regular block just make sure you keep an eye on it so that it doesn’t seize. A few drops of vegetable or coconut oil can help keep it smooth. Not too much though!
Choosing your toppings
If you love a pastel themed Easter you can use the Cadbury Mini Eggs, some rainbow marshmallows and some pastel jelly beans and sprinkles. I know Coles does some pastel jelly beans at Easter. I used them for my Easter Loaded Rocky Road recipe.
For this one I went for bolder colours. So I used Crispy m&m Speckled eggs, Allen’s Jelly Beans, Rainbow Mini Marshmallows and coloured sprinkles.
Making your Caramilk Easter Bark
You ned to melt the Caramilk chocolate then spread it on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Make sure you are ready to sprinkle all your toppings so the chocolate doesn’t set.
With the m&m Speckled Eggs, I crushed up some of them a bit while they were in the packet, just using the end of a rolling pin. It breaks them up a bit and adds texture.
Add the m&ms, the jelly beans, the marshmallows and then the sprinkles last to fill in the space. Also – the great thing about Easter Bark is that you can add anything you want to the top of it. If you prefer other toppings, go for it!
Once you’ve sprinkled everything over the top, pop it in the fridge for 30-60 minutes, or until set. Once it’s hard, snap it into pieces. The rougher the better, we don’t want nice, symmetrical pieces.
Storing your Caramilk Easter Bark
Once it’s made, store it in an airtight container in the fridge!
Love this? Check out our Easter Loaded Rocky Road