Halloween Candy Bark

I have been baking almond bark at Christmas (for many years) because it is easy to make, and it always tastes great. This year, I decided to "switch it up", and I made some Halloween Candy Bark... and it was DELICIOUS!

The only supplies needed for Halloween Candy Bark are: wax paper, white baker's chocolate, and an assortment of Halloween candy.

To make the Halloween Candy Bark:

1) Melt the chocolate according to package directions (break up pieces of chocolate, microwave on medium for 1-2 minutes, and stir until smooth).

2) Pour the melted chocolate onto a piece of waxed paper, and spread it out (gently with a wooden spoon).

3) Place bits of chocolate and candy on top of the melted chocolate.

4) Allow to cool and harden, and then break up the chocolate.

My boys ate some of our bark, and we packaged the rest of it up to share with our neighbours.

The Halloween Candy Bark was a big hit at our house, and the boys have already requested that I make it again. I know what I'll be doing with our leftover Halloween candy!

Gina (aka East Coast Mommy)


  1. Amazingly I've never made bark - I had no idea how simple it was! I love how you incorporated Halloween into it. I'm inspired to make holiday themed bark now!

    1. We always do it at Christmas. I toast the almonds in the oven and then mix them in with the melted chocolate. It's SOOOOO easy!

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