Spooky Halloween White Chocolate Candy Bark

Have you ever made Halloween white chocolate candy bark before? It’s one of my favourite Halloween snacks and every year I make it. I’ve enjoyed this Halloween bark recipe since I was little. And now I make my own! Halloween just wouldn’t be the same without this easy candy bark recipe. Give this DIY Halloween candy a try because this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes is a holiday hit!

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes!

This DIY Halloween candy is a fabulous, festive treat. It’s colourful, sweet and infinitely customizable! You can make this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes, candy corn, sprinkles, pretzels, or whatever else you want to add. That’s the great thing about a bark recipe. You can get all creative with it!

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes!

What You Need to Make this Halloween White Chocolate Candy Bark

It’s so easy to make Halloween white chocolate candy bark and it’s fun as well. You are going to need a pound of white chocolate and whichever add-ins you want to use. Mini pretzels, broken Oreos, candy corn, Halloween coloured sprinkles, and M&M candies or Skittles are great additions. Don’t forget the Halloween sprinkles and googly monster eyes!

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes!

You can take your pick from these or use them all! There’s really no such thing as too many candies when making Halloween white chocolate candy bark!

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes!

How to Make this DIY Halloween Candy

I meant it when I said this was easy! You don’t even have to weigh or measure anything really. I tend to eyeball it. So the first thing to do is melt the chocolate in a pan. You just want it melted not molten, so keep the heat right down and stir it often.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes!

While it’s melting, spread your add-in candies, pretzels, cookie crumbles, whatever you are using, over a parchment paper-lined cookie sheet. You should use a rimmed cookie sheet so excess melted chocolate doesn’t drip off the sides.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes!

Now pour the melted chocolate all over the mixture, using a spatula to ensure it’s evenly spread. While the bark is still warm and not set yet, you can add more candies, sprinkles or whatever you want to the side that’s facing upwards. Any chocolate left in the pan can be warmed up until it melts and then drizzled over the Halloween white chocolate candy bark.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this easy candy bark recipe.

I love to make this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes. They’re great to have because there are many DIY Halloween candy recipes you can use them on.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this easy candy bark recipe.

Easy Candy Bark Recipe Variations

You can change this up as much as you like. You don’t even have to use white chocolate. Dark chocolate or semisweet chocolate would work instead. Alternatively you could melt two kinds of chocolate in separate pans and pour them both over the candies. That way you add another flavour as well as more colour.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this easy candy bark recipe.

I like to use chocolate M&Ms since they’re smaller. The peanut ones are also good but they always seem to be different sizes. Skittles would work too if you don’t mind the chewiness.  

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this easy candy bark recipe.

How to Serve Candy Bark

Break this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes into pieces to serve. The pieces in no way have to be the same shape or size. However they break is fine! Add this Halloween bark recipe to your Halloween table and it will disappear fast!

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this DIY Halloween candy.

Unlike some other Halloween recipes, this one isn’t strictly for Halloween. It’s a really good way to use up leftover Halloween candies. So if there are still plenty of treats left over, you can use them to make this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes. So what if it’s November already?

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this DIY Halloween candy.

Why is It Called Bark Anyway?

Peppermint bark is one of the most popular kinds of bark. It is made by pouring melted chocolate over crushed hard mints. After it sets and is broken up, the uneven, pitted surface looks like tree bark. Bark dates back to the 1960s in Florida, or at least that’s the earliest record of this sweet treat.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this DIY Halloween candy.

An easy candy bark recipe is always worth having up your sleeve. It’s so simple that even complete beginners will be able to make it with ease. You don’t even need any decorating skills. Simply melt chocolate in a pan and pour it over candies, pretzels, cookie crumbles, or whatever you want to add. It is so easy to make this Halloween white chocolate candy bark your own.

Around Christmas I always make bark with cranberries and pistachios – it is amazing at Christmas or any time of the year.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this DIY Halloween candy.

You can use the same ingredients as me or you can mix it up. What about yogurt-covered raisins or broken wafers? Marshmallows? Chopped mixed nuts? Candy foam ghosts? Hershey’s tombstone mini candy bars? Reese’s seasonal ghosts and pumpkins?

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this Halloween bark recipe for kids parties.

Really just about anything goes! I especially love the salty contrast from pretzels in my easy candy bark recipe and nearly always include them. Let me know what you add to your Halloween white chocolate candy bark.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this Halloween bark recipe for kids parties.

If you are a fan of this Halloween white chocolate candy bark, you might also like Crinkle Grinch Cookies, Creamy Dreamy Peanut Butter Pie or Halloween Monster Eye Crinkle Cookies.

Halloween White Chocolate Candy Bark Recipe

Spooky Halloween White Chocolate Candy Bark

Course: Snacks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Bark, Halloween
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Servings: 12
Calories: 268kcal
Author: Bella
Have you made Halloween white chocolate candy bark before? I’ve enjoyed this Halloween bark recipe since I was little. Halloween wouldn’t be the same without this easy candy bark recipe. Give this DIY Halloween candy a try because this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes is a holiday hit!
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Ingredients

  • 1 pound white chocolate
  • 1/4 Cup pretzels mini sticks
  • 8 Oreo cookies broken
  • 2 Tbsp. Sprinkles assorted Halloween colours
  • 1/4 Cup m+m candy mix of mini and regular
  • 2 Tbsp. Sprinkles eyeballs

Instructions

  • Melt chocolate in a sauce pan over a low heat, until smooth.
  • Cover a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Spread half of the broken cookies, and pretzels onto the cookie sheet.
  • Pour the melted chocolate over the mixture. Reserve about 3 Tbsp. of the chocolate. Spread with a spatula to even out.
  • Press the remainder of the broken Oreos into the chocolate on top. Chill for about 5 minutes in the fridge to set ever so slightly.
  • Drizzle the reserved 3 Tbsp. of reserved chocolate on top to make a web effect.
  • Sprinkle candy and sprinkles over the bark while it is still warm and soft.
  • Place in the refrigerator until firm and then break into pieces.

Nutrition

Calories: 268kcal | Carbohydrates: 34g | Protein: 3g | Fat: 14g | Saturated Fat: 8g | Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g | Monounsaturated Fat: 4g | Trans Fat: 1g | Cholesterol: 8mg | Sodium: 92mg | Potassium: 128mg | Fiber: 1g | Sugar: 30g | Vitamin A: 12IU | Vitamin C: 1mg | Calcium: 77mg | Iron: 1mg

The nutrition information provided are only estimates based on an online nutritional calculator. I am not a certified nutritionist. Please consult a professional nutritionist or doctor for accurate information and any dietary restrictions and concerns you may have.

Let me know if you try to make this Halloween white chocolate candy bark this year. It is easy to make your own with different toppings and even by adding colour to the chocolate or web drizzle.

Food blogger, Bella Bucchiotti of xoxoBella, shares a recipe for Halloween white chocolate candy bark. You will love this Halloween bark recipe for kids parties.

This DIY Halloween candy will become a holiday staple for you, too. Make lots because this Halloween treat with googly monster eyes is always a big hit with all ages.

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