Friday, October 2, 2015

Halloween Bark


Halloween is a big holiday in our home. The decorations are up usually before October 1st and I host 2 different Halloween parties. One with a group of women and another one with couples. I love finding fun new Halloween recipes and making them. The recipes out there are the best and most festive when it comes to Halloween. And lets be honest adults love them just as much as kids do! 



So don't you worry the fun and yummy Halloween treats are just beginning! And today's is this Halloween bark. All you have to do is while you are melting down bittersweet chocolate in a double broiler or in the microwave (in small ingredients at reduce power) you lay down a piece of parchment paper on a cookie sheet. Then you neatly line in the square pretzels to create a rectangle. Once the bittersweet chocolate in melted slowly pour as evenly as possible on top of the pretzels and then gently spread the chocolate across the pretzels. Then arrange candy eyes, reeses, kit kat, candy corn, m&m's, reeses pieces, or whatever halloween candy you want. Then place in the fridge for atleast 30 minutes. (I had to put mine in the fridge for 1 hour bc it is still hot in Arizona) Then you break apart the bark with your hands or a knife. Store in the fridge if it is hot where you are or in a container.



Halloween Bark
square pretzels
3 cups bittersweet chocolate
halloween candy

All you have to do is while you are melting down bittersweet chocolate in a double broiler or in the microwave (in small ingredients at reduce power) you lay down a piece of parchment paper on a cookie sheet. Then you neatly line in the square pretzels to create a rectangle. Once the bittersweet chocolate in melted slowly pour as evenly as possible on top of the pretzels and then gently spread the chocolate across the pretzels. Then arrange candy eyes, reeses, kit kat, candy corn, m&m's, reeses pieces, or whatever halloween candy you want. Then place in the fridge for atleast 30 minutes. (I had to put mine in the fridge for 1 hour bc it is still hot in Arizona) Then you break apart the bark with your hands or a knife. Store in the fridge if it is hot where you are or in a container.







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