Halloween Candy Bark Recipe (Fun & Easy)
Halloween Candy Bark Recipe (Fun & Easy)- Make this easy Halloween Bark in less than 15 minutes from start to finish & is sure to be a tasty treat! Post contains affiliate links.
I admit, Halloween is one of my favorite times of the year. Sure, I LOVE Christmas to pieces, but there’s just something so fun about Halloween that really channels my inner child. My home typically gets decorated around the first week of September with pumpkins, ghosts, and cute ghouls. I try to save the super scary stuff for the haunted houses–here we are all about the cuter side of Halloween.
This year, we have already been costume shopping but nothing has really peaked our interest yet. I just know that one daughter wants to be something cute and frilly and the other something scary.
For now, we are all about the fun Halloween family movies and the Halloween sweet treats. This Halloween Bark really was something we wanted to recreate this year. You might recall, a few years ago we made this Green Spooky Halloween Candy Bark that was a hit! This year, we wanted to marble our bark with two different colors and add Halloween Oreos–just because we needed an excuse to eat these yummy cookies. We chose orange and yellow candy melts at the craft store.
I love making candy bark because it is so easy and requires such a small time commitment. In minutes, I have a fun treat that my kids love to help make and eat!
This candy bark is great for Halloween classroom parties for kids to make, parties, weekend/weeknight projects and more!
Candy Bark Tips:
I find that using a small, parchment paper-lined baking sheet is the best mold for candy bark.
Use quality orange melting candy.
Add the toppings rather quickly because candy melts harden quicker than chocolate.
Do not get your candy melts wet or the candy will seize and get clumpy.
Get the printable recipe below for this Halloween Candy Bark!
If you like this Halloween Candy Bark, check out this Harvest Candy Bark, and this 10 Minute Creepy Halloween Bark!
Find fun baking supplies at your local Michaels store!
Halloween Candy Bark Recipe (Fun & Easy)
- 1/2 bag Yellow Candy Melts
- 1 full bag Orange Candy Melts
- 1/4 cup Candy Corn
- 4 whole Halloween Oreos
- 1 tablespoon Halloween Sprinkles
- In a medium-sized glass bowl add your orange candy wafers. Line a small baking sheet or tray with wax or parchment paper. Place in microwave and reduce power to 40%. Set microwave to one minute, and at the 30 seconds mark, stir, and place back in the microwave to repeat until candy is creamy. *Make sure you do not overcook or it will get thick, chunky and seize. My batch took 90 seconds to full melt with one stir at each 30 second interval. Set aside. Repeat for next color and melt using the above directions until creamy. Once candy is creamy and melted pour the first color over a wax or parchment paper lined small platter or baking sheet. Pour the second color over the first and use a toothpick to make marbled designs. Top with Broken Halloween Oreo pieces, candy corns, sprinkles. Put in the fridge until firm (typically about 6 mins or so for candy melts- chocolate takes longer).
This is adorable! My kids would go crazy over this!!!
So much yes! I am making a HUGE batch of this for Halloween. Talk about being the most popular house on the block!
This bark is really cute. I bet the kids would love it for a halloween treat!
Jeni Hawkins says
I’m in. Sold. I’m coming over right now! LOL These are so fun and festive! I just adore the sprinkles, too, and the colors are perfect!
I love making bark for different holidays. This creepy Halloween bark is so perfect for the holiday.
maria closetohome says
Bark is such a festive thing to make for any holiday. Love the addition of the eyes.
Halloween bark is my favorite because my little dude likes ALLLL the sprinkles!! This is so cute.
What a fun Halloween treat! My kids would love snacking on this. It would probably be super fun to let them make it.
Reesa Lewandowski says
I have a few Halloween parties to go to this year. This is the perfect treat to bring!
This looks like very creative halloween candy bark. Looks easy to make and super festive!
Serving size is in people, what is that equivalent to? Thinking about making this for my son’s kindergarten Halloween party.