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SERVPRO Easter Marshmallow Bark
◊ 1 bag of white chocolate chips (12 oz)
◊ 3 cups mini rainbow marshmallows
◊ 1 TBSP shortening (optional)
◊ Easter sprinkles
Line an 8x11 baking dish or half-sized cookie sheet with parchment paper. Set aside.
Put chocolate chips and shortening in a medium glass bowl and melt in the microwave for one minute. Give it a stir, then return to the microwave in 30-second increments until the chocolate is completely melted.
Add marshmallows to melted chocolate and stir to coat. You'll want to do this step quickly! If you take too long, the marshmallows will begin to melt (which you don't want.)
Transfer the chocolatey marshmallows to your prepared baking dish or pan using a rubber scraper. Make sure the marshmallows extend to the edges. Press down slightly to make it all somewhat even. Top with as many sprinkles as you like!
Put the bark in the freezer for at least 20 minutes until it sets. (You'll want to use the freezer so that the mixture cools as quickly as possible.)
Remove from the freezer and let it sit out to return to room temperature. Cut the bark into pieces by either breaking it apart or using a cookie cutter. (Pro Tip: Use an Easter egg shape!) If you use a cookie cutter, use a metal one and spray the edges with cooking spray prior to cutting. Enjoy!