Halloween Bark

I’ve mentioned in previous posts that we’re not decorating/celebrating Halloween in our usual spooky filled fashion this year {pssst we’re holding out for the big ‘C’!} but that hasn’t stopped us making a few fun and festively frightful treats for the scariest night of the year. Today with Halloween just 24hrs away, I have for you some delicious and easy to make Halloween Bark.


All you need for this are the following:

– Chocolate {I used 2 large Diary Milk bars}
– Candy corn {bought from a local American store}
– Darkside Skittles {American Candy Store}
– Chocolate covered pretzels
– The creamy inside of amazing-ness from Oreos {left over from my Peppermint Pennies recipe!}

I don’t need to tell you how to make bark! As from the photos, it is pretty self-explanatory! But this is so easy to put together, only takes a little while to set and before you know it can be devoured by your little Vampires, Ghosts & Ghouls.
I hope whatever your plans for tomorrow evening are spooky and spectacular!

Happy Halloween!!



  1. Emma
    30/10/2014 / 7:32 PM

    That looks incredibly tasty and so simple to make as well! May have to try out my own version with replacements for the candycorn and other American sweets!

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  2. 30/10/2014 / 10:14 PM

    You are THE BEST at treats! This looks yum! x

  3. 31/10/2014 / 4:58 PM

    Oh, I love this! And it’s a good way to use up my candy corn. (My mum sends me a HUGE bag every year and I never know what to do with it)

    • 02/11/2014 / 9:54 AM

      I only tasted it for the first time this Halloween. I was pleasantly surprised to find out it was soft and not hard.

  4. Rebecca Vose
    24/10/2015 / 4:01 PM

    Oh this looks great. I think that we will have to give this one a go. I think maybe my kids could make this one, thanks for sharing x

  5. 28/10/2015 / 9:41 AM

    This looks so delicious! You’re so clever at Halloween treats. Will be making a few of yours this year. This one will be perfect for the Halloween party we’re going to 🙂

  6. Elaine Croft
    28/10/2015 / 10:27 PM

    oh this looks lush! and so easy to make! Ive not seen candied corn sweets, will have to go on a hunt for some.

  7. 02/11/2015 / 2:51 PM

    This bark looks so cool. Where do you get candy corn from? I actually thought it was just sweet popcorn till the other day.

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