. . . for Lauren and Lauren: Halloween Bark

November 4, 2014

Halloween Bark

halloween bark

I've bought my share of candy corn this year and still have plenty left, which didn't stop me for almost buying a few more bags at Target yesterday.  I could definitely eat my share of candy corn on it's own, but figured I should use it for desserts for friends coming over instead.  I'm pretty sure I'll make these butterfinger bars using one of my leftover bags.  But for the others, I think I'll make this again.  

No need to measure any of these things.  I'm sure it'd be extra delicious if you added broken up candy like Reese Peanut Butter Cups or Kit Kats.  

I used about half a package of almond bark and melted it in the microwave, stopping to stir a few times.  I put wax paper on a cookie sheet and poured it over, spreading it out evening with a spatula. I used broken up pretzels, M&M's, and candy corn to spread out over the chocolate.  

Let it harden up for awhile and then broke it into pieces.  


That's it!  Super easy and way to easy to eat all of it. 

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7 comments:

Christina Schergen said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

I might need to make this on thanksgiving with any lingering Halloween candy we might have. looks yummy!

Lindsay Ropella said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

umm, YUM!!! Perfect snack for Thanksgiving! Will definitely have to give this a try!

crazyperfectlife said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Looks so yummy!!

Denise said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Good stuff.

two birds said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

Oh my goodness. I would definitely eat all of this, and I would definitely get sick...worth it!

J and A said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

This sounds amazing!! Darn you. ;)

Amanda said... Best Blogger TipsBest Blogger Templates

This looks goooooood! We actually haven't bought any candy. The candy that was left over from Halloween was hkme that night 😁😳 it's dangerous for us to have it around haha