Best Halloween Treats (Bark Recipes)
If you are looking for some great Halloween bark recipes to enjoy this holiday, you are in luck. We have taken the liberty of finding you the most fun, colorful and delicious recipes to try! Check them out below!
This fun recipe mimics a bubbling cauldron filled with witch’s stew. It is super easy to make and spookily fun. The whole family will love it.
Penny Pinchin’ Mom
This candy corn bark is a super simple and sweet treat! Although there are many variations of Halloween bark, this one focusses on the traditional candy corn candy.
Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt
With a brownie baked and rolled out, this is a unique and delcious Halloween Bark. Whip it up with this super easy recipe.
Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt
Do you love Oreos as much as I do? This Oreo Halloween Bark is made with Oreos, candy corn, and white almond bark.
See Vanessa Craft
This recipe takes your occasional bark to the next level. By adding peanut butter M&Ms, pretzels, pumpkin candies, and candy corn, you are in for a real treat.
Monsters are super Halloweenish. Make Halloween a blast with these Monster Bark treats. The best thing is they only take a few ingredients and a few minutes to make.
Looking for a silly and cute Halloween treat? These spooky monster bark bars look like a Picasso painting with their many eyes.
Mess For Less
Just let your chocolate melt and add the topping for this treat. In this Halloween witch bark, the topping makes it look like a witch’s hat; perfect for Halloween.
In this recipe, Frankenstein needs put together. Kids love playing with this candy to create their own masterpiece. It would be great for classroom parties.
To make this delicious chocolate Halloween bark, you just need some colored candy melts, Halloween colored sprinkles and candy eyes. The icing on this “cake” is the little candy bones.
Nothing is better than milky chocolate and M&Ms together. Throw some candy eyes on it to give it a spooky look. Kids and adults alike will love it.
All you need is some melted chocolate, purple candy melts, and some spooky cat peeps for this recipe. These are super cute and perfect for a classroom party.
These Halloween ghost chocolate bars are super cute! Plus, you can make the ghosts on them without any talent at all.
A Cultivated Nest
The best way to decorate Halloween bark is by adding some Halloween ghosts to it. This super cute idea means you don’t have to try hard to make it look spooky.
Le Creme de la Crumb
This easy 3-ingredient Cookies n Cream mummy bark is easy to make and super spooky. Make it for a Halloween party, to take into the office or for a classroom party.
Looking for a Halloween treat without the spook. These pumpkin pretzel candy bark treats are super cute and go perfect with the Halloween theme.
The Decorated Cookie
All you need for this graveyard treat is some milk chocolate chips, white chocolate candy melts, and chocolate wafer melts (for the dirt). It looks just like a creepy graveyard when your finished. Not for the faint of heart!
The Awesome Muse
You can’t have Halloween without a little blood and gore. These bloody monster brains are the perfect addition to your gory theme. Hanibal taught us that brains taste good, and so do these.
Fork and Beans
With this sweet recipe, you can pretend you are eating a healthy snack. Seriously, it has fruit and yogurt making it sweet, delicious, and nutritious.
Extreme Couponing Mom
A little blood, a little gore, and some aracnaphobia is what you get with this bloody bones halloween bark. Make sure you show all your friends who are terrified of spiders.
Do you have any favorite Halloween candy bark recipes? If so, share it in the comments below!
If you are a procrastinator like me, you better pin this now so you can find it the night before your Halloween party!
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