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Easter Bark

by thriftyfrugalfun (follow)
Thrifty is a mum of 3 who is passionate about living a happy, simple and frugal life. You can read her blog at: thriftyfrugalfun.blogspot.com.
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chocolate bark done
Easter bark is easy to make


Here is a very simple cooking activity for all ages. It is called Easter bark because of the bright colours and the fact that the jellybeans look a little like Easter Eggs. Once it is set you break the slab into bite size pieces.

Time: 10 minutes
Age: Any age
Level: Easy

Materials
White chocolate
Jellybeans
Mixing bowl
Baking paper
Biscuit tray
Spatula

Mmm chocolate


Method
First line your biscuit tray with the baking paper. Make sure it overlaps the tray.
Place the chocolate into a mixing bowl and melt in the microwave for 30 seconds, then stir. Keep doing this until all the chocolate is melted. Because when chocolate is melted in the microwave it keeps its shape, its important to make sure it does'nt burn.
Once it is melted you can pour the chocolate onto the baking paper then spread it over the tray with the spatula. You will need to have an even layer of chocolate.
Then you can sprinkle the jellybeans over the melted chocolate.
Now place the tray in the fridge to set.
Once it is set you can break it up into pieces.

This is the best part!


This is an easy recipe that also looks great wrapped in cellophane and given as a gifts.

All wrapped up and ready to go!


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#Easy
#Cheap
#Cooking
#Kids
#Fun food
#Any age
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