Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Halloween Bark


              Another day, another bark......Every season I try to come up with a different
        way to make bark. Some might say I'm bark obsessed...as seen here and here. Candy
        in any form makes me giddy. Perfect for a school Halloween party or the little ones
        in your neighborhood. You could mix this up and put your favorite Halloween candy
        or chocolate bars in this. Enjoy!

                                                                Halloween Bark

               1 package meltaways ( I get mine at Michaels )
               candy corn - half a bag
               M&M's 1 cup
               Fall sprinkles

     Put meltaways in a heat proof glass bowl and melt in microwave. Sprinkle with your
     goodies and place in the freezer until hard and firm. Break and place in bags!


     

56 comments:

  1. I love the colors! Very festive looking :)

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  2. Love the colors of these! Perfect lil' Halloween treat :)

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  3. Yummy! I have to try some bark. Do you like Payday candy bars? Take a few candy corns and a few peanuts and pop them in your mouth and it creates total yumminess! I still need to find the candy corn M&M's.....they sound yummy.

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  4. this is too perfect for words!
    i can't wait to make this for my department!

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  5. This is so fun! I totally want to make this for kiddos in our neighborhood.

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  6. LOVE candy bark! So easy to make and fun!

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  7. so making this!! such an easy dessert to make or rather for snacking

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  8. so bright and fun~ need to make me some of this--sure the kiddlets would be huge fans:)

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  9. oh my gosh so fun! what a great idea.

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  10. You are definitely the queen of bark. This is so colorful. Your daughter must have been SO excited to see this.

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  11. I absolutely love the "monster green" color of this bark! I love the bags too:) What a fun treat~to give and get!

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  12. Oh this is super cute! You are a bark aficionado, girl! Way to go!

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  13. Oh they look so cute

    and festive too.

    Loving the colors and I know they

    are yummy!

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  14. My kids would devour this. They look so pretty too!
    Blessings,
    Marcia

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  15. What a great idea for a Halloween treat! And Val, you are the official Queen of Bark :-)

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  16. This looks super yummy and adorable! The perfect treat :)

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  17. Looks so good!

    http://initialed.blogspot.com

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  18. That is the cutest bark I've ever seen! And so easy! Perfect for Halloween. Thanks for the idea.
    -Lynn

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  19. Oh what fun! I've never made bark, I'm going to have to try some for the boys!

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  20. So cute! I love the contrast of the candy corn to the green bark!

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  21. OMG this looks too cute, I am sure it tastes delicious as well!

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  22. This is so colorful and fun! What a terrific treat to wrap up as a gift. Thanks for sharing.

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  23. this is adorable! i bet the kids love it!

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  24. Oh my goodness, so much yumminess in one treat! What a fun gift to give!

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  25. I love this idea of Halloween bark--too cute! I'll have to remember this fun recipe for my nieces and nephews.
    Thanks so much for leaving a comment about my apple pie--and yes, family recipes are the best ones to hold on to! :)
    Leslie

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  26. Such a cool looking Halloween treat. You always make everything looks so stylish.

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  27. That looks darling...as in don't eat it because it looks too perfect in the Halloween colored dishes. Love it!

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  28. Val! Every time I visit your blog I get hungry!! LOL...Love all of your recipes and foodie ideas:)

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  29. so dang cute!! i'd say they would be perfect for my belly :)

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  30. i may be the only person who doesnt like candy corn but i think i can make an exception for this...yum!

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  31. This is so cute! I have been eating pounds of candy corn- it'd be nice to give it an interesting new vehicle to my mouth :)

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  32. Now I know what I will be bringing to our fall festival party at grant's school next week! Thanks

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  33. Brilliant idea, my kids would go crazy over those! Have a great weekend! XO Liz

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  34. They are so colorful! I love this

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  35. Wooow what a great idea! Very fun and a very different 'trick or treat'. Man I miss America!

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  36. That is such a cute idea! I have to make this, my 6 yr. old will love this.

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  38. This is so fun and festive!!! I think the kids would love helping make this one too.

    Thanks for the great idea :)

    ~Amy

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  39. So cute! I can't wait to have kids and do fun holiday projects like this. : )

    xo,

    Sarah

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  40. VAL!!!!!!!! Of all the cute halloween creations out there I have to see this is the best one Ive ever seen! How fun is this!!

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  41. Val, this is fabulous! I am definitely pinning it and making it for our Halloween dinner next week! How did I not think of it!!!!??? Fabulous color. Everything we have been making lately is green so this is just perfect and I know the kids will adore it!

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  42. I have never made bark before, I really need to try cause these look delicious and fun! :)
    xo

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  43. Oh you know I love this. I would eat all of it. Maybe I will make it and give it away.

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  44. LOVE the colors! So quick and easy and FUN! Awesome Val!

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