Halloween Candy Corn Bark Recipe

Prep Time Cook Time Serves
5m 8m 1 baking sheet-sized slab

So usually bark is reserved for that white chocolate peppermint stuff you get at Christmas. I started early this year with some bark just for Halloween. Got extra candy corn or reeses pieces? This is a simple treat to make and so much fun to do with kids. A great warm-up for the candy onslaught on the 31st!


  • 14 ounces dark chocolate, broken into pieces
  • ½ cup candy corn
  • ½ cup mini marshmallows
  • ½ cup Reese's Pieces candy



Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside.

Place the chocolate in a large pyrex bowl and heat over a pot of barely simmering water, making sure the bottom of the bowl does not touch the water. Melt the chocolate, stirring occasionally, until smooth.

Remove the bowl from the pot of water and dry the bottom with a tea towel so the bowl is free of any condensation or water. Carefully pour the melted chocolate onto the prepared baking sheet, and using an offset spatula or kitchen knife, spread it into a rectangle-like shape.

Scatter the candy evenly over the melted chocolate and transfer the baking sheet to the refrigerator. Chill until the chocolate is set, approximately 2 hours.

Once the chocolate has set, remove from the refrigerator, and using your hands, gently break the bark into pieces and enjoy.


Store the bark in an airtight container in the refrigerator.






Switch it up and use any candy combos you like. Keeping it orange, white, yellow and brown help maintain the Halloween theme. This also works well with milk or white chocolate.

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