Starburst Jelly Bean Bark Recipe

Starburst Jelly Bean Bark Recipe

Starburst Jelly Bean Bark Recipe

How to make jelly bean bark.  I always saw people with this on their table but I didn’t realize how easy it is to make. I had no idea you could whip this up in minutes and your kids would go crazy. It is a yummy treat for your Easter celebration and you can make it in as many colors as you want for a treat they are sure to enjoy! This  Jelly Bean Bark Recipe doesn’t just look good, it tastes good and so easy to make too.

jelly bean bark ingredients


24 oz. Almond Bark
1 ½ – 2 Cups Starburst Jelly Beans (or more if desired)

How to make Jelly Bean Bark Recipe

In a microwave-safe bowl Melt the Almond Bark according to package directions and stir until smooth. This is something you can do with your kids you just handle the heating part. They can handle the stirring.

Jelly Bean Bark Recipe

Pour into a 13×9 inch pan lined with parchment paper.

Evenly distribute the Jellybeans over the melted bark, press lightly to make sure they are set and don’t fall out as easily when you break the bark apart. If you want to make it more fun you can add food coloring before you add the jellybeans. I have even let me kids add sprinkles. I mean what is better than adding more sugar to a sugary treat?

Jelly Bean Bark Recipe

Let set at room temperature at least 1 hour.

Jelly Bean Bark Recipe

Gently break into desired size pieces working from the corners inward.

Store in an airtight container. I highly doubt they will last long but they do make a cool treat and a way to make your table even more festive. You can substitute the jelly beans for other candies for events like birthdays, bridal showers, and even a baby shower.

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