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Easter Oreo Bark

This 4-ingredient Easter Oreo Bark is so easy to make, you’ll find yourself bringing it to all of your springtime parties and gatherings!

Easter Oreo Bark -- This 4-ingredient bark is so easy to make, you'll find yourself bringing it to all of your springtime parties and gatherings | wearenotmartha.com

As a kid, I absolutely loved this time of year. Obviously for many reasons (including springtime warmth and flowers… though these days, we seem to only be experiencing freezing cold and snow. Wah!), but one of my favorite things? Easter movies. There were some pretty fabulous Easter movies in the 1980s and we had them all on one single coveted VHS tape. My favorite 80s Easter flicks included Peter and the Magic Egg (which was allegedly made as a tie-in to Paas Easter egg decorating kits… funny since I always thought the egg decorating kits were so cool for featuring the characters from the movie), The Family Circus Easter (I can still sing all the words to Dolly’s Easter Bunny song), and A Chucklewood Easter (Buttons and Rusty were the best!). How lucky that I now live in a time where, though I haven’t owned a VCR in 20 years, I can watch every single one of these movies on YouTube. You know, if I were in the habit of watching children’s movies on YouTube. Which I swear I’m not. And that’s certainly not what I just spend the last hour doing.

I also love pastels, so this season’s color palette is totally on point for me. I could happily drown in a sea of pastel decor and baked goods. And cookies. I’m sparing you any true Peeps recipes this year, but when Oreo sent me a package of their Peeps Oreo Cookies (in their awesome Cookie Club Subscription Box!), I knew I had to work them into an Easter recipe immediately.

Package of Peeps Oreo Cookies

Enter Easter Oreo Bark. This bark only involves 4 ingredients and is so incredibly simple and easy, that you’ll almost feel silly making it. But it’s also so much fun to bring to any party or celebration and will certainly always be a hit.

Literally all you have to do is crumble some cookies, melt some chocolate, and sprinkle candy and sprinkles over it. Easiest ever.

I decided to place most of my crumbled Oreo Cookies on my pan and then spread the chocolate over them. This way, the cookies would permeate the chocolate throughout. I sprinkled the remaining cookies on top, along with some spring M&Ms and incredibly springlike sprinkles. Those are the only ingredients.

Collage showing making of Easter Oreo Bark, including spreading Oreo Cookies on cookie sheet, white chocolate chips in bowl, and bark with all toppings added

Invited to a last minute spring gathering? Go into your pantry and pull out any fun candy and sprinkles you have, along with some chocolate chips, and you’re good to go. The bark will need to sit for a little bit to set, but you can always speed things up by putting it in the fridge.

Easter Oreo Bark -- This 4-ingredient bark is so easy to make, you'll find yourself bringing it to all of your springtime parties and gatherings | wearenotmartha.com

If you don’t love white chocolate, you can always use milk or dark. But you know, I am not the biggest white chocolate fan, but with the Chocolate Oreo Cookies and M&Ms, I loved this bark! You can also use any type of Oreo, candies, and sprinkles.

I will also tell you that if you’re not attending any parties or gatherings, you may not want to make this. It’s dangerous to have around your house!

Easter Oreo Bark -- This 4-ingredient bark is so easy to make, you'll find yourself bringing it to all of your springtime parties and gatherings | wearenotmartha.com

Then again, it’s also pretty dangerous to have a package of Peeps Oreo Cookies sitting around your house. I tried them last year when they were made with vanilla cookies, but the chocolate cookies are so much better! They’re a little less sweet, but in a really good way. They do make for awesome Easter Oreo Bark… But if you use my recipe, you’ll also have quite a few left over to snack on. I made sure of that.

So, it must be after Easter that we start working on our bikini bodies, right?? I’m pretty sure Halloween, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and Easter all take place during sweater weather in most parts of the country because of all the amazing candy that comes along with them. May, June, July, and August are pretty novelty candy free. For good reason.

So, take full advantage of the last candy holiday for some time and make this Easter Oreo bark.

Luckily for us, sprinkles aren’t seasonal and can and should  be enjoyed year round. I get most of mine from Sweetapolita’s Etsy shop (swoon. When I am rich, I shall own bathtubs full of them), but again, absolutely any sprinkle will do.

Easter Oreo Bark -- This 4-ingredient bark is so easy to make, you'll find yourself bringing it to all of your springtime parties and gatherings | wearenotmartha.com

Also? Chocolate barks aren’t seasonal and I’m pretty sure I can come up with a fabulous 4th of July version. Take that, bikini season. Ugh. Now, excuse me while I go watch my favorite Easter movies on YouTube with a plate full of Easter bark.

What’s your dream bark combination? And do you have a favorite childhood Easter movie?

5 from 7 votes
Easter Oreo Bark -- This 4-ingredient bark is so easy to make, you'll find yourself bringing it to all of your springtime parties and gatherings | wearenotmartha.com
Easter Oreo Bark
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
2 mins
Total Time
12 mins
 

This 4-ingredient Easter Oreo Bark is so easy to make, you'll find yourself bringing it to all of your springtime parties and gatherings!

Course: Dessert
Servings: 12 servings
Author: We are not Martha
Ingredients
  • 18 oz (3 cups) white chocolate chips
  • 12 Peeps Oreo Cookies, crushed
  • 1/3 cup spring M&Ms
  • 1/4 cup spring sprinkles
Instructions
  1. Put white chocolate chips in a glass bowl and place in microwave. Microwave on high for 40 seconds. Stir chocolate with rubber spatula. Place back in microwave and cook on high for 20 seconds. Stir. Continue microwaving for 20 seconds and stirring until chocolate is fully melted. Alternatively, you can melt chocolate over a double broiler.

  2. On a waxed paper-lined cookie sheet, spread out about 3/4 of the crumbled Oreo Cookies, reserving the remaining 1/4. When chocolate is melted, pour over the Oreos on the cookie sheet and spread in an even layer over the cookies.

  3. Sprinkle remaining cookies, M&Ms, and sprinkles over the chocolate.

  4. Let bark rest for about 90 minutes before breaking into pieces. If you want it ready faster, place cookie sheet in fridge for about 30 minutes.

  5. Store bark in an airtight container for up to two weeks (if it lasts that long!).

Recipe Notes
  • If you prefer to use white chocolate bars instead of chocolate chips, you can.
Easter Oreo Bark -- This 4-ingredient bark is so easy to make, you'll find yourself bringing it to all of your springtime parties and gatherings | wearenotmartha.com

9 Responses to "Easter Oreo Bark"

  1. Lisa Huff says:

    Only 4 ingredients? I love easy desserts. And those Oreos, oh my goodness! Fun!

  2. K.C. says:

    This sounds AMAZING! Looks so “springy,” too!

  3. Julia says:

    I love the colors and the fact that there is only 4 ingredients needed to make it!

  4. So colorful and festive! The perfect dessert for Easter and ideal to make with little ones.

  5. brita says:

    Yes! Definitely wait until AFTER all the yummy Easter treats before working on your summer bod 😀

    Love how easy this recipe is!

  6. Demeter says:

    I love how easy this is!! So perfect for Easter!!

  7. Traci says:

    Oh what a fun idea! I love all things bark and this is just in time for Easter. Thanks!

  8. CapeCodLady says:

    Wow! I love how “Springy” it looks. It’s definitely one of the easiest Easter recipe around. I’m going to use milk chocolate. Thanks!

  9. So cute! Do the Oreos have their own flavor? I think I like that the orange/halloween & red/holiday are just festive colored. I love peeps but to me they “taste” like crunching the sugar.

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