Line a large jelly roll sheet pan with 16 graham crackers, breaking to fit evenly.
Melt vanilla candy coating according to package directions.
Pour melted candy coating over the graham crackers and spread to cover.
Sprinkle with assorted candies and sprinkles before candy coating sets up.
Place in refrigerator to harden-about 10 minutes.
Removed candy bark from cookie sheet and chop into desired sizes. I like it as uneven as possible!
Vanilla candy coating, almond bark, and white chocolate are interchangeable. I prefer using candy coating because it comes with a disposable tray, so melting and clean up is a breeze!Melting times will vary. Start by following the package directions for melting the candy coating. I always have to add additional time to get it completely melted. If this happens to you, just break up the pieces, stir, then continue to microwave in 30 second intervals. This is a very forgiving ingredient, but you don't want to over cook it.Use a non-stick cookie sheetfor easy clean up. I have never had this recipe stick to the pan on a regular cookie sheet, but you can use a Silpat non-stick baking sheet if you want to.You can use your favorite Easter Candy instead of Cadbury Mini Eggs and M&M's. Try pretzels, malted milk balls, or Peeps!Use leftover candy from your children's Easter Baskets. Kids are always begging to help in the kitchen, so why not let them with this easy recipe.Nutritional information provided is an estimate and will depend on size of serving. Store at room temperature for several days.