If you are looking for a fun and easy treat for Easter, try this candy cookie bark. I first saw this idea of ​​rabbit cookie bark. This recipe is similar to the recipes you will see for bark that you can make for almost any occasion. You will see a lot of recipes for similar treats at Christmas time.

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I thought this Easter bark was really colorful, so I decided to try it out using candy instead of M&M. You can use any type of Easter candy that your family likes.

Here's what you need:

1 lb white almond bark *
12 Oreo vanilla cookies
1 cup of Easter candy of your choice
Sprinkles (optional)
Cookie sheet
Waxed paper

* If you don't like the taste of almond bark, try using a mixture of almond bark and white chocolate chips. Measurements do not need to be exact. Maybe use 1/3 of white chocolate chips and 2/3 of almond bark. You can only use white chocolate chips, but when melted, they do not spread like almond bark.

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Some recipes require a teaspoon or more of shortening to improve the consistency of melted white chocolate. If you are just using almond bark, this is not necessary. I'll try a mix of the two next time for a more chocolatey flavor.