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Halloween Bark

on October 26, 2015

You see this Halloween Bark all over the internet and I thought it was so cute and festive, I just had to try it! It’s similar to the Easter Bark I made a year ago last Easter. This isn’t something you’d eat a lot of (it’s plenty sweet!), but it’s very festive and can look as much like Halloween as you want. You could also use this as Thanksgiving Bark because most of the colors in it are fall or harvest colors. You could make Christmas Bark, you could make Valentines Bark, you could make Birthday Bark, the list goes on and on. There really isn’t a recipe for this, you can put anything you want in it, so I’ll just type out what I did.

Here is the recipe as I made it:

Halloween Bark

Cover a baking sheet with parchment paper.

Sprinkle baking sheet with broken up pretzels, peanuts, candy corn, chopped chocolate sandwich cookies, whatever you want in it.

Melt one package of almond bark and pour over top.

Spread the melted almond bark over the chopped goodies.

Top with more peanuts, candy corn, chopped chocolate sandwich cookies, and sprinkles of your choice.

Let cool and harden.

Cut or break into pieces.

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You can also use the chocolate sandwich cookies with the orange filling.

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There is just enough almond bark to cover one baking sheet.

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You can put as many sprinkles and goodies on it as you can! It’s so pretty! It looks like a party! I just love it!

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This also makes a great Halloween gift or hostess gift. Just put some in a cellophane bag and tie with a pretty Halloween ribbon.

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It cuts or breaks into pieces very easily. I like the look of the cut pieces.

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This is really good, but “plenty sweet”! I’m glad I put both pretzels AND peanuts in it. The salty bits make it so good – sweet AND salty! It’s very festive and pretty for the season! Make up a batch and treat your family and friends – they may “trick” you in return!

 

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One response to “Halloween Bark

  1. […] to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day or any other holiday. I’ve made Easter Bark and Halloween Bark, and I decided it’s time to celebrate spring with this green and very delightful treat. Why […]

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