halloween candy corn bark recipe
If you’re looking for a fun last minute Halloween treat, look no further! This Halloween Candy Bark recipe couldn’t be any easier to throw together for your favorite little monsters.
If piping uniform circles isn’t you’re idea of a good time, we’ve created the easiest Halloween treat ever for you. Best known for its layered colors of yellow, orange, and white, candy corn has become synonymous with the Halloween candy aisle. Love it or hate it, you can’t escape this sweet treat year after year.
To highlight the vibrant hues of the traditional candies, I topped bands of melted yellow, orange, and white candy melts with seasonal sprinkles and a generous handful of candy corn. Seriously, it’s that easy. Once the candy has set, break the bark into pieces and package to share. These adorable milk carton window boxes were found at Michael’s and I swapped out the included white ribbon with a fun candy corn print.
If you’re looking for last minute teachers’ gifts or treats for sharing this Halloween, look no further than our Halloween Candy Corn Bark!
- White candy melts
- Orange candy melts
- Yellow candy melts
- Candy Corn
- Halloween sprinkles
- Melt white, orange, and yellow candy melts in three separate bowls. Microwave in thirty second intervals, stirring until smooth.
- On a sheet of wax paper, spread a layer of white candy about ¼-inch thick followed by an orange and yellow layer directly below.
- Quickly sprinkle the candy with candy corn and sprinkles before it sets.
- Allow to harden completely before cutting or breaking into small pieces for gifting. Store leftovers in an airtight container at room temperature.
- Make as little or as much as you'd like.