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Tuesday, October 29, 2013

Halloween Chocolate Bark

Yum
Kids need candies but when you make it at home, you can control the ingredients which goes in it and they are happy too that they are eating festive candies. That is the whole purpose of this bark. I saw this recipe in parade magazine and I saw it to kids, Since that day every day I got bombard with question that mom, when are you going to make this for us? I said I still have to buy candy corn, dark chocolate and then I will make it, So I got all the required ingredients and I made this. You can add nuts and make this nuts bark , add marshmallow in this with pretzel and candy corn too, but since we don't eat that I opt out. But still its good enough to make my kids happy. After looking at those spooky fingers you all made, I was warned by kids not to make those and I was not going to. So here it comes easy and kind a healthy chocolate bark.

Ingredients :

1 cup dark chocolate candy wafers
few pretzels, candy corns

Method:

Take a cookie sheet and greased it , put parchment paper on it.

Melt candy in microwaveable bowl for 2 minutes and stir in every 30 seconds.

When its melted thru, spread it on parchment paper in rectangle shape or what ever shape you prefer, it does not matter because you are going to break it anyway. Make sure it's not too thick or too thin.

Sprinkle pretzels and candy corns in it and press just a bit so it sticks.

Put it in fridge for 30 minutes or until it comes up.
Break it in to irregular pieces and enjoy.


 Made three leaves also from yellow chocolate.


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30 comments:

  1. Halloween bark he hee :)) Jokes apart I love the addition pretzel to the bark awesome !!

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  2. kids friendly bark... looks quick and easy...

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  3. I agree on reducing sugar because I am also the same. Lovely and simple delight for all the kids who will love it.

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  4. Quick & easy to prepare chocolate treat, looks great.

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  5. Wonderful treat for Halloween.. Kids will just love it. :)

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  6. Looks yum.Kids would love to have this.. Thanks for linking this to Gayathri's WTML event hosted by me.

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  7. Wow so creative dear <3
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  8. looks so delicious
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  9. Chocolate barks are always fun! Nice and colorful Linsy

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  10. Thank you for linking it to my event ..
    Cant say no chocolate :)

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  11. anything chocolaty is soooo good!! Fun recipe Linsy!!

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  12. Would love to munch some,feel like having some.

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  13. These barks look really spooky and a fun recipe, true kids delight....

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  14. Chocolate bark hmm .Seems to be yummy and crunchy too.

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  15. Wow...perfect halloween recipe..loved it dear!!

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  16. I love chocolate barks, drooling ;)

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  17. Yummy Halloween chocolate bark, thanks for sharing Linsy.

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  18. they look wonderful ! kids would love it....

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  19. These look yum! I think I am gonna try a dry-fruit version for Diwali.

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  20. kids vl love this to have..hope ur lit cuties loved these.

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  21. That's a lovely idea and it looks really festive too. I bet your kids loved it. Thanks for sharing with We Should Cocoa :)

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  22. Beautiful bark! Thank you for entering into We Should Cocoa :)

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