If you’re not a fan of candy bark, you absolutely should be! Not only are they super quick and easy to make, but they also make great party favors or gifts, for anyone in your life. So when I came across this Halloween candy bark, I knew I had to give it a shot. Filled with sprinkles, gummy worms, bugs and eyeballs, it’s the perfect addition to any Halloween celebration! Here’s how to get started on this memorable Halloween dessert:
- Vanilla Almond Bark
- 1 Bottle Neon Green Food Coloring
- 1 Bottle Orange Food Coloring
- Candy Bones
- Bag Gummy Eyeballs
- Realistic Gummy Worms
- Realistic Gummy Bugs
- Halloween Candy Sprinkles
- Favorite Halloween Candy
Get started by breaking up the almond bark in a large glass bowl. Heat in the microwave for 30-60 seconds at a time, stirring between each break. This way you won’t overheat and burn the candy. Pour a half cup of the mixture in a glass cup or small bowl and fill a second one with the same amount.
In the large bowl, mix in the food coloring to create the color of green you want. If you like the slimy green look, add about 20 drops of yellow gel and 3 drops of blue gel. Mix well and set aside.
Pour several drops of orange food gel into one cup or a small bowl of the almond bark. Stir in as much as you like until you get the desired color. Leave the other cup white. Unwrap all of your candy and get everything ready to assemble.
Heat the green candy bowl for another 30 seconds, stir, then pour into a parchment paper-lined cookie sheet. Smooth it out with a spatula.
Drizzle some white and orange candy over the green. Spread around with a toothpick to give it a spider web look.
Gently add your candy and sprinkles, then chill in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes or until candy hardens.
Lift candy out of cookie sheet by the paper and place on a cutting board. Cut into pieces with a knife.
Now your Halloween candy bark is ready to serve and eat!
What’s your favorite Halloween dessert? Let us know in the comments below!
Recipe via Fun 365.