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White Chocolate Halloween Candy Bark

Use up your leftover Halloween candy and make my easy recipe for White Chocolate Halloween Candy Bark for your family and friends.

White Chocolate Halloween Candy Bark

What do you do with the bags and bags of leftover candy your children get after a night full of trick or treating? Of course, you could hide in a closet and eat it all or you could whip up a batch of white chocolate Halloween candy bark. It’s easy to make and transform your plain old Halloween candy into something a little more. Who knows this could even be your new after-Halloween tradition. Make a batch just before you have to clean-up the decorations and fuel your clean-up with this bark.

White Chocolate Halloween Candy Bark

I love the mix of white chocolate and milk chocolate. I list specific chocolate bars I used for this recipe, but any chocolate bars will do. You can double, triple or even quadruple the recipe as you choose.  Have M&M’s? Great… throw them in the bark. What about some roll’s? Great, those will work too. You can even do sour or chewy candies too. The sky is the limit.

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White Chocolate Halloween Candy Bark

Use up your leftover Halloween candy and make my easy recipe for White Chocolate Halloween Candy Bark for your family and friends.

Yield: 12

Prep Time: 35 minutes

Cook Time: 1 minutes

Total Time: 36 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 12 oz. Baker's Premium White Chocolate
  • 3 of each "fun size" Chocolate bar, Kit Kat, Reese Peanut Buttercup, Snickers, and Almond Joy
  • 1 tbsp Halloween Nonpareils
  • 25 candy eyes

Directions:

  1. Unwrap all of the fun size bars. Cut into bite size pieces and set to the side.
  2. Melt the white chocolate in the microwave (follow the directions found on the box). Pour the melted white chocolate on to a parchment lined baking sheet. Spread the white chocolate evenly. Begin to place candy bar pieces throughout white chocolate. Sprinkle the nonpareils and place the candy eyes around the bark.
  3. Refrigerate for at least one hour. Cut into bite size pieces and enjoy.

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