Kid Friendly Sweets and Treats: Halloween Candy Bark Recipe
Updated: Oct 16, 2019
The best part about Halloween is all the different types of candy available. There are reese’s, hersheys, snickers, etc. There is no end to this list. What better way to create another type of candy to add all your favorites to on top of that- I mean mind explosion! The Halloween candy bark! I love this one because every bite is a surprise of all your favorite candies!
This is one of the easiest and kid friendly recipes to ever make...and you can bet everyone will love it!
Take your melted chocolate spread it out on Get a flat baking pan and add parchment paper first. Then spread your melted chocolate evenly from corner to corner.
Chop up all the chocolate- reese’s peanut butter cups, twix, any other chocolate worthy of being chopped up. Sprinkle in your M & M’s, candy corn, skittles, anything else you may be using instead. Indulge in a little spooky fun-ness with some eyeball confections.
Pop into the freezer. Let it freeze for at least an hour. Peel off the parchment paper and start breaking random pieces of any size, small, medium and large…Enjoy all the chocolatey gooodness! (yum yum)
2 cups of semi sweet chocolate morsels
2 cups of chopped up chocolate candies
1 tablespoon of sprinkles or other sugary confections
Stay tuned for the rest of our Halloween recipes to follow!
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