Celebrate Spring With Easter Oreo Bark Recipe
Made in 5 minutes and cooled for half-an-hour, this Easter Oreo Bark is a pretty social recipe to try! Engage your guests, include your kids – do something you don’t usually do in the preparation of this recipe. Ideas can float, and the final result of the bark could be unpredictably awesome.
Have you heard about food as being our social glue, personal healer and relationship sealer? Making food can be more than just being on time to feed your family. Food prep can become an art for relaxation, expression and ultimate soul seeking.
When we are one-on-one with food and our heart’s focus is on adding love and care into every stir and melt, the food that eventually comes out of the recipe making is DIVINE. It is not a myth or fable that food prepared with loving hands is tastier and better. It is an axiom that needs to be practiced every time you cook.
The recipe for an Oreo Bark could be the glue that brings your loved ones together. It could become the so-needed time spent with your children. When we prepare meals, we feel, we are emotionally elevated and are more open to conversations and ideas.
Have a piece of Oreo Bark to sweeten your time spent with quality and love and care for each other. Make it the time for food that feeds your soul.
#FeedYourSoul Oreo Bark Recipe
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- 1 package “CandiQuik” vanilla candy coating
- 8 Oreos crushed
- Spring Sprinkles
- ½ cup -1 cup Spring/Easter M&M’s
- Melt vanilla candy coating according to package directions.
- Pour melted candy coating onto baking sheet covered in aluminum foil.
- Spread into an even layer.
- Top with crushed Oreos, M&M’s, and sprinkles
- Set in fridge for 30 minutes to set.
- Remove candy from foil and break into pieces.