Spooky Layered Halloween Bark

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Deliciously Spooky Layered Halloween Bark

Does anyone feel like they fell asleep in August and woke up to what is now almost Halloween? So crazy! After looking at the calendar and realizing the month is slipping away I decided it was definitely time to do some Halloween treat-making before it becomes unacceptable to put eye ball sprinkles on my baked goods.

We’ve made Dark Chocolate Trail Mix Bark, Butterscotch Swirl Bark, and a couple others, and we looooove it. Today I’m sharing with you a tutorial for making spooky layered Halloween bark! This is such a great recipe to make because it is totally adaptable and easy, making it super fun to get little hands involved!

Keep reading to see how we made it!

Wilton candy melts in orange, purple, and black for Halloween

Halloween candy melts smoothing with a spatula2. Beginning with one color of chocolate, spread all but a couple of tablespoons of over the wax paper in a thin layer, making about a 9×13 inch rectangle. Repeat this process with all colors until all three layers have been spread and layered on each other.

Halloween bark recipe - swirling with a toothpick3. Using the remaining tablespoons of each chocolate, spoon lines of the chocolate on the bark. Using a toothpick or skewer, drag the dollops through the top layer to make a marbled design.

Halloween candy bark recipe - adding M&Ms4. Top the bark with sprinkles, candy eyes, and candy pieces. Let set until completely hardened then cut into pieces with knife.

Halloween Candy Bark Close UpHow easy was that!? Plus, this Halloween bark is so cute and SO tasty and there are so many different variations you can take to make it your own! I love the idea of adding crunched up Oreos next time, or maybe some pretzel pieces for some salty crunch! The possibilities are endless, and the result will delight anyone you share it with.

Cutting into the Halloween candy bark

Holding a piece of spooky Halloween barkDon’t you love seeing those layers of colors after you cut into it? This recipe would be perfect to package up and give to friends as a spooky Halloween treat. Plus, I’m already thinking of the ways I can alter the toppings to make bark for the next big holidays! So much fun!

Stack of Halloween candy bark pieces

What toppings would you put on your spooky Halloween bark? I’d love to hear your ideas!

Happy eating!
xo, Liz