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Saturday, October 27, 2012

Halloween Candy Bark

Halloween Candy B...


 You know what the problem with Bulk stores is??? They have so many awesome things and when you scoop them into those plastic bags, you just don't know how much you are putting in there. I always try to get just enough for what ever recipe I'm planning on making, but it never works. I'm always left with bags of candies, sprinkles, nuts and chocolate melts. That's exactly what I found in my cupboard the other day. I huge Bulk Barn bag, full of chocolates and Halloween candies. So, I decided to use them all (well most of them) and make some Halloween Bark.


Halloween Candy Bark- Hun... What's for Dinner?


 I even decided to take a gamble and try to colour my melted white chocolate! (Yup, I was a gambling woman that day) Thankfully the chocolate didn't seize, but the colour did not come out as I had envisioned it. Regardless, I think it looked great and I went ahead and made the bark. Swirled milk and white chocolates are topped with Reese's Pieces, Smarties, Candy Corn and Gummy Worms. Frightfully delicious, the kids are just devouring this. This would be a great special treat to give you the little trick or treaters in your family, or even as a school Halloween party treat!

Halloween Candy Bark
printable version

1 1/2 C milk chocolate melts
1 1/2 C white chocolate melts
Kelly Green Wilton Gel colouring
candy corn
Reese's Pieces
black Smarties or M&Ms
gummy worms

Place chocolate melts in seperate bowls. Heat each bowl,  in microwave, for 90 seconds; stirring every 30 secconds, until melted. Tint melted white chocolate with green Gel colouring; to desired shade. Line a rimmed cookie sheet with parchment paper. Slowly pour melted milk chocolate onto parchment paper, trying to spread it out, evenly. Slowly pour melted white chocolate over milk chocolate, spreading it out as well. Using a butter knife, swirl the chocolates together, to produce a marbled effect. Sprinkle with candies and gently press into chocolate. Place in freezer to set, about 30-45 minutes. To break, grab both ends of the parchment paper, and drop it onto your kitchen counter. The chocolate should break into pieces.

Halloween Candy B...


 This post linked to

Foodie Friday
Foodie Friends Friday
Weekend Potluck
Sweets for a Saturday
Saturday Show and Tell
Sunday's Sweet Confessions 
Church Supper

10 comments:

Christin@FortMillSCLiving said...

I love it! What a great way to use up excess candies!

Walking on Sunshine said...

What a great idea! Love all the colors! Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday! Please come back to VOTE tomorrow! I'm sharing this recipe on my Walking on Sunshine Facebook page!

Cindy Hunwhatsfordinner said...

Thanks so much!!!

Marlys-thisandthat said...

Cindy, this looks so good, I think I will make something similar and bring to work.. so that I don't eat them all :)... Also, I am now craving smarties. I need to make a trip home to Canada soon!

Aunt B said...

I am SO making this for my fella tomorrow. Thanks for sharing this good idea.

Krista said...

Love it! Too cute! My son would flip for it! Thanks for sharing at Church Supper. Have a blessed week, Happy Halloween & come back soon ~EMM

tartanpancakes said...

These are so cute or should I say scary?! I love Halloween themed recipes, just so many to choose from, think these could be squeezed onto the list- can't resist.

Lindsay said...

Thank you so much for linking up to Sunday's Sweet Confessions over at mommy's sweet confessions! Have a great day!

Marlys-thisandthat said...

This is my host favorite for Foodie Friends Friday... I will be posting it on this weeks party.

Cindy Hunwhatsfordinner said...

Awesome!! Thanks so much, Marlys!!