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Inside: 10 super easy Halloween candy bark recipes the whole family will love. These are the ultimate fun chocolate Halloween treats which kids will enjoy helping to make. Choose the candy of choice and enjoy this no-bake treat.
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Chocolate bark has to be one of THE BEST treats you can make.
- It’s a no bake dessert (that win’s points instantly)
- It’s super easy (more bonus points)
- You can literally make it with scraps of candy that you have in the house (total win).
Really, the question is how could you not like chocolate candy bark!
With every holiday there is another opportunity to create more delicious and easy treats. These Halloween candy bark recipes certainly tick all of the box’s.
Plus, the Halloween candy bark can literally be used for so many things.
- Take it to a Halloween party where you have been asked to “bring something”.
- Wrap it up in small bags or cellophane and hand out as party favors. Kids and adults will love this!
- Hand out to trick or treater’s.
- Give as a Halloween teacher’s gift.
- Hand out to class mates for the holiday’s.
- Enjoy in the comfort of your own home with the family whilst watching a movie. Total bliss and clearly my favorite option.
Whatever you choose to do with your bark, you seriously won’t be disappointed. Here you will find 10 different Halloween candy back recipes that the whole family will enjoy.
1. Google Eyed Chocolate Orange Halloween Bark
This chocolate orange bark by “Drugstore Diva’s” looks super yummy. I love chocolate and orange together, so this is simply a great combination for me.
The colors are amazing and give a great pop, and the google eyes just pop out of that orange swirl. Love it!
2. Pumpkin Patch Oreo Bark
A pumpkin patch Oreo bark sounds pretty tempting doesn’t it. “This Ole Mum” has a great recipe that includes just 4 ingredients, to make a super tasty Halloween candy bark.
If you are an Oreo lover, then this bark must be on your hit list this Halloween. The pumpkins on the top just make this bark uber cute.
3. Candy Corn Halloween Bark
Would it be Halloween without some candy corn? This Candy corn bark by “Upstate Ramblings” is the perfect Halloween treat.
Covered with candy corn, M&M’s, chocolate chips and sprinkles, this has everything you need for the ultimate Halloween candy bark.
4. White Chocolate Candy Corn & Oreo Bark
“I Heart Naptime” has another take on the candy corn bark with this white chocolate candy corn and oreo bark.
This is a super tasty mix of toppings.
5. Graveyard Chocolate Bark
“The Decorated Cookie” always has fun treat ideas, and this graveyard chocolate bark is no exception.
You will need to grab a skeleton candy mold to make this one, but I think it’s totally worth it!
6. Frankenstein Chocolate Bark
Frankenstein has to appear somewhere at Halloween, so why not in the chocolate bark! The Frankenstein chocolate bark by “The Decorated Cookie” is totally adorable and would be a crowd favorite I’m sure.
7. Spider Chocolate Bark
Eww….would you like a spider on your chocolate bark? “The Decorated Cookie” will show you exactly how you can achieve this look and it’s super easy too.
8. Bloody Bones Bark
I love this bloody bones bark by “Extreme Couponing Mom”. It’s an incredibly simple bark to make and the messier the better.
The kids would have a great time creating the ‘bloody’ mess on this one!
9. Peanut Butter Candy Bark
The colors in this peanut butter candy bark by “A Princess And Her Pirates” are perfect for Halloween.
I love the bright orange and yellow pops of color. This simple combination of flavors will make a delicious Halloween candy bark.
10. White Chocolate Tumeric Bark
If you would like to try something completely different then this white chocolate tumeric bark by “Fearless Dining” is a must.
It might not be the combination that you would initially think of, but it’s incredibly easy to make, so it’s worth whipping up a batch to see what you think.
There you have it. Halloween candy bark at it’s best. Each of these super simple recipes can be whipped up quickly and easily with the help of your kids.
The kids will enjoy making them and they will certainly enjoy eating them.
Which one are you going to try first?
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