Pink Chocolate Pretzel Bark Easter Treat & Recipe

pink chocolate pretzel bark

This super easy treat is fun to make and perfect for Easter. A party treat or an after school snack, this is sure to be a new fave!

Ingredients for Pink Chocolate Bark ­

  • 1 C. white chocolate chips

  • 1 ½ C. broken pretzel pieces (I used small round pretzels, but small sticks would work great also)

  • 12 oz. Wilton pink candy melts

  • Spring coloured  sprinkles (located in the baking section of major retailers)

Directions ­

Line a 9×13 baking sheet with wax paper or foil.

Spread ¾ C. of the white chocolate chips and the broken pretzel pieces onto the lined cookie sheet.

Melt the chocolate in a microwave safe dish stirring every 30 seconds until melted. Let cool 2­3 minutes.

Poor the melted chocolate evenly over the chocolate chip and pretzel mixture. Carefully spread the chocolate out with a spatula if needed.

Before the mixtures ‘sets’ sprinkle the remaining white chocolate chips and the spring sprinkles on top.

Place in the fridge to set approximately 30 minutes.

Remove and break into smaller pieces. Enjoy! 🙂

*Store in an airtight container up 1 week. Makes approximately 15 servings.

This is one of those too pretty to eat treat. But you will want to eat it as the sweet and salty mix is so good!

Comments

  1. prettyopinionated says:

    I love it! Such a pretty candy for spring time!
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  2. It looks beautiful. Perfect for Spring. I bet it taste amazing too.
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  3. A great combination of sweet and salty. Yum!

  4. Very cute, I am a huge fan of pretzel bark!! I love the sprinkles and pink, super cute!!
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  5. I won't be able to make this as I am afraid I will eat the whole batch in one sitting. haha. This kind of baking is right up my alley! I love how it's simple and I know it tastes amazing. Sweet and salty is a great combination.

    Oh and great photos Kim!
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  6. Well that just looks tasty! I love sweet and salty together at the same time 🙂
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  7. YUM!! That looks so tasty!! I never thought of making bark out of pretzels!! Great idea!
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  8. DeBalino says:

    Oh WOW! This is a perfect mix of sweet and savory – which is not something I usually make myself – but constantly crave. Love the pictures too! 🙂
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  9. MapleMouseMama says:

    Oh my yum, this looks so good! We would have to use something other then the candy melts due to allergies, but it looks like the kids could be involved with pretty much everything else! Nice job Kim!

  10. My mom is going to go nuts for this, she love bark of any kind. With Pretzels though oh yummy!
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  11. Oh my, that looks delicious!
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  12. kathy downey says:

    wow,what an awesome combination of sweet and salty.Thanks

  13. kathy downey says:

    i made friday when the grandkids came for the weekend and it was gone by mid afternoonn on satuday ! lol

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