Jelly Bean Bark

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A delicious, yummy tart and sweet Jelly Bean Bark that is 100% happily approved by the Easter Bunny himself!  It’s quick to make delicious chocolate covered jelly bean bark and so fun to get in an Easter basket! 

You’ll also love these cute Easter Jelly Bean Cookies!  We’re pumped for Easter and jelly beans!

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Easter just isn’t Easter without fabulous Jelly Beans!   Before they became the shapes of tiny, oval-shaped beans, jelly beans started off as round candy-coated mini chunks of Turkish Delights.

 Do you remember Turkish Delight from the movie The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe and Edmond’s fondness of the addictive confection?  I love it!

Sour Gummi & Starburst Jelly Bean Bark

I’ve never been a huge fan of jelly beans, (I still eat my share)…but I especially like them covered with chocolate (duh!) and as a kid, they didn’t have all the cool  and not-so-cool flavors they do these days.  We had just the boring, basic jelly beans, and I only liked the orange and red ones.  And licorice jelly beans are the worst! 

It’s not that way anymore!  There are so many different variations of yummy Jelly Beans!!  Even gross flavored Jelly Beans! Eww!  I wouldn’t try them unless I was tortured, (hopefully this never happens) but if you want more information about them, check them out here

This particular white chocolate bark has of two kinds of jelly beans incorporated in it.  I used Gummi Sour Jelly Beans and Starburst Tropical Jelly Beans, and it’s really delicious!  Pleasantly surprised and addictive!  But you can use any flavor of jelly beans you have on hand or pick up at the store or use your favorite flavor (s)! 

Have a go at it some Jelly Bean Bark!

Here’s the recipe Jelly Bean Addicts!

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Sour Gummi & Starburst Jelly Bean Bark

Kim Lange
A delicious, yummy tart and sweet Jelly Bean confectioner's bark that is 100% hoppily approved by the Easter Bunny himself! Quick to make!
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Prep Time 10 minutes
Course Dessert


  • 2 cups white chocolate confectioner's bark or wafers
  • 1 cup Brach's Gummi Sour Jelly Beans
  • 1 cup Starburst Tropical Jelly Beans
  • Optional: Sprinkles


  • Line a 15"x10"x1" pan with waxed paper or a silicone baking mat.
  • Using the microwave, melt candy bark and stir in between 30 second increments until smooth.
  • Sprinkle a few random jelly beans on the waxed paper/mat, then pour and spread the white chocolate on top of the jelly beans. Spread chocolate out about 1/4" thick to break up easily. (If it's too thick, it will be harder to break into chunks). Been there, done that!
  • Top with the rest of the jelly beans, pressing into the chocolate. Let stand until set.
  • Break bark into pieces. Store in an airtight container. Makes 1/2 pound.


Double recipe for a bigger batch!
Keyword bark, chocolate, easter, gummi, jelly beans, white chocolate
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  1. Jenni, the batch I made up, I’m giving to a girlfriend, she has 3 little ones. 🙂 It’s addicting too…so be warned! I love those sour gummi jelly beans with the Starburst Tropical beans in the white chocolate! Sooooo good! Thanks for stopping by!

  2. We are jellybean addicts around here– I can’t tell you how hard it’s been not to buy every bag we see, so we DEFINITELY have to try this! Yum! It’s so colorful and would make the perfect gift for a neighbor or friend.

  3. Thanks Laura! It is very fruity and creamy! I loved it and I could probably eat it all, but I have to hold myself back. ugh!! 😉

  4. Visiting from Treasure Box Tuesday. I just love how colourful this looks, it must tasty very fruity and creamy. Yum. I would love for you to stop by and share this and other recipes with us over at Sweet and Savoury Sunday. Have a great day! Laura@ Baking in Pyjamas

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