Halloween Bark…

It looks like a busy week this week. I’m making my Halloween cookies, mummy pops, and ghostly cupcakes. Today I made a batch of Halloween bark. It’s  a super fun treat…..so easy. Everyone likes Halloween candy of some sort. All you have to do is melt some chocolate. I use the Wilton’s melts. That’s your base. Then just sprinkle on all of your favorite spooky treats. You can even cut up some of those mini candy bars! I kept this batch simple. No candy bars. But I did buy some Halloween green melts and swirled that in. Here’s your chance to be really creative and have fun at the same time. It’s great to do this with your kids and grandkids too.

Then just break it all up, put it in some little individual bags, tie with some ribbon and there you go! A nice spooky little treat.

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Fun Halloween Bark

  • 1 bag of Wilton’s candy melts (any flavors you want. I used chocolate and green melts)
  • A variety of Halloween candies (candy corn, candy eyes, gummy worms, candy bars, pretzels, sprinkles etc.)

Place a good size sheet of parchment paper onto a cutting board or baking sheet. Place the candy melts in a heat proof bowl and microwave till melted. (20 second intervals) Give it a good stir until nice and smooth. Pour the melted chocolate onto the parchment paper. Spread it out to the  desired thickness. (no more than 1/4″)

If you are using a second color, drop spoonful’s of the second color onto the base. Use a toothpick to swirl it around. Sprinkle your candies all over the melted chocolate. Allow to set up on the counter or, to speed things up, place  in the refrigerator. Once it firms up, break or cut up into pieces. Place on a platter or place pieces in little bags and tie with ribbon.

 

 

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