Delicious (eggless) cookie dough bark with layers of rich white chocolate and topped with festive candies make the perfect quick Easter treats for friends and family.
Easter treats don't have be the same old thing! Try our Easter Sugar Cookie Dough Bark!
I have a real passion for cookie dough... well, for all things sugar! But there's something about that sugar, butter, flour mixture is just divine and I'm always looking for eggless ways to make no-bake treats with it.
It's the most decadent sweet and like a forbidden treat since everyone knows you're not supposed to eat raw cookie dough.
But this recipe is eggless, which makes it just perfect for cookie dough lovers like me. Plus, these Easter treats are a super fun recipe to make with the kiddos for Easter.
Please just take care with kids around the hot chocolate! I recommend an adult handles the candy melts. In our home, I add the first bit of cookie dough to the top of the melted chocolate, then the kids build on that. It's much safer that way!
- 17.5 ounce bag sugar cookie mix
- Wilton Yellow Candy Melts
- Shimmer Sixlets
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- Stand Mixer
- Baking Sheet
- Mixing Bowls
- Parchment Paper - I prefer to line my baking sheet to help with clean up (optional).
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Now, flour doesn't look like "raw" food, right? The truth is that raw flour can contain bacteria. Take proper safety precautions by lightly toasting your flour or baking mix before using it, here's how:
1. Preheat the oven to 350-degrees F.
2. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
3. Spread the baking mix out on it in a thin layer.
4. Bake for 5 minutes.
5. Remove from the oven and let cool completely before using.
Not only will this make your baking mix safe to eat, but it also enhances the flavor by cooking out the 'raw' taste.
🍴 Serving Suggestions
This would be a lovely favor to give guests to take home with them this Easter. Or instead of delivering hot cross buns on Good Friday - a tradition supposed to ensure long-lasting friendship, share little gift bags of this with your friends and neighbors. You're guaranteed to be friends for life!
Or, if you want to surprise your little ones, make this while they're at school. Then package it up and let the Easter Bunny deliver it in your children's Easter basket!
Here are some tips for using candy melts:
- Take time to carefully read the directions on the back of the package of candy melts before you begin.
- This is the exact 3-Piece Glass Mixing Bowl Set that I use. The smallest (1 quart) bowl is perfect for melting chocolate.
- I use a spoonula like the one in this Silicone Spatula Set to mix the chocolate until smooth.
- Be careful removing the bowl from the microwave! These are very hot when melted.
- Please always supervise children around melted chocolate to avoid burns or accidents.
😋 Similar Recipes
In addition to our Our Best Easter Brunch Recipes, you might like to check out one of these recipes:
- White Chocolate Dipped Pretzel Rods
- Easy Mini Cheesecake
- Oreo Cookie Bark
- Gingerbread Cookie Dough Bark
More Ideas for Easter
📋 Springtime Sugar Cookie Dough Bark
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Easter Sugar Cookie Dough Bark
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- 1 17.5 ounce pouch sugar cookie mix
- 1 stick butter room temperature
- 2 tablespoons milk
- 1 bag 24oz Wilton yellow candy melts
- Start by lining a cookie sheet with parchment paper – set aside.
- In a large bowl, combine the sugar cookie mix with the butter and milk. You may find it is easiest to mix this dough with your hands.
- In a medium microwave-safe bowl, melt half the candy melts per the instructions on the bag. Once smooth, pour the candy melts onto the parchment paper and spread to about ¼ inch thick. Working with a little dough at a time, top the chocolate with the dough. Refrigerate for 10-15 minutes until it is starting to harden.
- Melt the remaining candy melts and pour over the top of the dough spreading it with a spatula. Top with sprinkles or other decorations.
- Chill for 1 hour until completely hardened, then break apart and package up.
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allie @ Through Her Looking Glass says
Love this Easter bark! So cute and festive, especially after the long snowy winter. My kids will love this! Thanks for the inspiration!
Liz Latham says
Very cute colorful and springy! The bark thing is super popular right now but I've never seen it made in cookie form! Thanks for linking up with Delicious Dishes Recipe Party!
Ang Paris says
Thanks for your note Liz, you've got to try it - it's addictive!!
Roseann Hampton says
This looks like it would be every child's dream -cookie, candy and sprinkle all in one!
Ang Paris says
It's so good - pretty sweet so small pieces are key 🙂
You had me at sugar cookie dough. What a fun idea.
Thanks for sharing on #TastyTuesdays.
Angie ~ ambient wares says
I'm seriously eating a cookie right now that I did not make and now I want to make these! Thank you for sharing with us at Funtastic Friday!
Jeannee J Taylor says
Mmmmmm! Looks so yummy and festive ! Great post! Thanks for sharing on #HomeMattersParty