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halloween candy bark recipeAre you ready for trick-or-treating?  Today I bought 25 bags of candy.  We live in a neighborhood that has way more children than adults, it should be crazy.  This year, I did not make a lot of Halloween treats.  Our children do not celebrate Halloween at their schools, which is usually what I made Halloween treats for, so this bark was about as festive as I got.  We did do a lot with pumpkins, so I made a lot of pumpkin muffins, pumpkin breads, and cupcakes.

I love to make barks for holidays, because it is so easy to make, and so easy to match it to your holiday.  Remember my Christmas bark from last year?

I hope that you have a safe and sweet Halloween!

xoxo,

Bree

halloween candy bark recipe1 package white chocolate chips
1 package milk chocolate or semisweet chips (I prefer milk)
1 snack size bag pretzels
2 cups Reeses Pieces
chocolate sprinkles
orange sprinkles
candy corn

halloween candy bark recipeMelt the milk chocolate over a double boiler or in the microwave.

halloween candy bark recipeSpread the chocolate out onto a baking sheet lined with tin foil.  Spread the chocolate fairly thin.  It will be easier to break up when it chills. Cover with crushed pretzels and put in the fridge to chill.

halloween candy bark recipeMelt the white chocolate over spread over the pretzel layer.

halloween candy bark recipeCover the chocolate with Reeses, orange sprinkles, chocolate sprinkles, and candy corn.

halloween candy bark recipeChill the bark until it sets up.  Break into pieces.

halloween candy bark recipeYou can eat it all yourself, or..

halloween candy bark recipepackage it up and give someone a treat.

Halloween Bark

Ingredients

  • 1 package white chocolate chips
  • 1 package milk chocolate or semisweet chips (I prefer milk)
  • 1 snack size bag pretzels
  • 2 cups Reeses Pieces
  • chocolate sprinkles
  • orange sprinkles
  • candy corn

Instructions

  1. Melt the milk chocolate over a double boiler or in the microwave.
  2. Spread the chocolate out onto a baking sheet lined with tin foil. Spread the chocolate fairly thin. It will be easier to break up when it chills. Cover with crushed pretzels and put in the fridge to chill.
  3. Melt the white chocolate over spread over the pretzel layer.
  4. Cover the chocolate with Reeses, orange sprinkles, chocolate sprinkles, and candy corn.
  5. Chill the bark until it sets up. Break into pieces.
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20 Responses to Halloween Bark

  1. Pretty and delicious! We never get trick or treaters here!

  2. holy deliciousness. LOVE your ziplist plugin too. YUMMM!

  3. LMcBurney says:

    Great idea! Super easy so kids can help. I think I will make some for gifts to use. It would still be in season through Thanksgiving. Thanks for the great recipe!

  4. Corey says:

    Do I remember your Christmas bark? Ha! You started a bark craze withIn our extended family! This looks delish and so easy. I think I need to make this for Nana’s visit. Candy corn are her fav so this will be a big hit!

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  6. K&B says:

    Yummy ! I wish Halloween were a popular holiday in France !

  7. Julie says:

    I love the colors, so pretty! Looks delicious too.

  8. Anna says:

    Oh my god I want to make these right now xxx

  9. I think I like your Halloween Bark more than the one I did! Brilliant to do the pretzels between the chocolate and white chocolate. I wanted to use pretzels but knew they wouldn’t look very pretty on top. Your way gets a crunchy, salty pretzel in every bite! Kudos to you.

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