Candy Corn White Chocolate Halloween Bark

I figured it was time to make some Halloween treats.

Candy Corn White Chocolate Halloween Bark | This Gal Cooks

Last year I made these Halloween Brownie Truffles and this Halloween Cake Batter Fudge. This year, I decided to kick off the Halloween season with this Candy Corn White Chocolate Halloween Bark.

It’s ridiculously easy to make. Melt white chocolate chips. Pour into a baking pan. Top with candy corn, pepitas and SPRINKLES! Then put it in your fridge for 20-30 minutes to allow it to harden. Boom. You have your own homemade Halloween candy treat.

Candy Corn Halloween Bark | This Gal Cooks

Raise your hand if Halloween is your favorite holiday. Not your fav? Is it near the top of your favorites list? It’s my favorite holiday! I love decorating my front porch with my spooky pumpkin, pumpkin lights and gravestones. When I was a kid, I loved to go trick-or-treating. Now I love handing out candy to the trick-or-treaters in my neighborhood! Ken and I (and the dog, too!) sit outside with a big ole bowl of candy and hand out the candy as the trick-or-treaters come by. We sip on some of our favorite fall beers, too. ♥︎

I’m so excited that Halloween is on a Friday this year. After we finish handing out candy, we can stay up late and watch scary movies.

What are your plans for Halloween?

Candy Corn White Chocolate Halloween Bark | This Gal Cooks

I think this Candy Corn White Chocolate Halloween Bark would be perfect to munch on while handing out candy. Don’t you? Ready to make the recipe? Just set aside about 15 minutes of your time. That’s all the time you’ll need to make this delicious recipe!

Candy Corn White Chocolate Halloween Bark

Candy Corn White Chocolate Halloween Bark
 
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Recipe type: dessert
Serves: about 30 oz
Ingredients
  • 2 11oz packages of white chocolate baking chips. I used Ghirardelli
  • 1½ tbsp Halloween themed sprinkles. You can find Wilton brand on Amazon or at Michael's
  • ¾ C pumpkin spice candy corn (or regular, if you prefer regular)
  • ¼ C roasted, lightly salted pepitas
Instructions
  1. Line a 13x9 baking sheet with aluminum foil. Lightly spray with cooking spray. Wipe away any excess with a paper towel.
  2. Place the white chocolate chips in a large microwave safe bowl. I recommend a glass bowl. Heat in your microwave for 1 minute. Stir. Heat for 1 more minute. Stir. If the chips are completely melted now, you are finished. If they are not, microwave for about 20 more seconds. I microwaved for a total of 2 minutes 30 seconds.
  3. Pour the melted white chocolate chips into the baking pan. Smooth with the back side of a spoon. Top with the candy corn, the pepitas and then the sprinkles.
  4. Cover and refrigerate for 30 minutes or until firm. Once firm, break apart into pieces.

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Try these Halloween recipes from some of my favorite bloggers.

Halloween Fudge from Crazy For Crust.

Brownie Brittle Peanut Butter Cookie Ghost Cups from Food Faith Fitness.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Spider Cookies from A Spicy Perspective.

Comments

  1. says

    How pretty! I love candy corn. I’ve done good by not buying any this year (yet). I love the pumpkins & the candy corn together. Yum! Thanks for sharing!

    • says

      I’m not a huge candy corn fan but I like it in things. And I like it in this bark. It isn’t overpowering! Thanks so much for stopping by, Leslie. Glad you like the recipe. :)

  2. says

    I am not a fan of Halloween but a fan of all the candy so my hand is up!! Love the pepitas here and white chocolate of course :)

  3. says

    Hi Julie! It’s funny. I’ve just got back to the UK after a looong time away and it seems while I’ve been away Halloween has become more of ‘a thing’. Well, at least as far as the shops are concerned! You seem to be able to buy Halloween themed everything now! I’m even thinking I should have something in stock for the trick or treaters this year, and this bark would be perfect for me! I don’t like to fuss around too much with things, so bark is one of my favourite things to make.
    You’ve put the idea in my head to sit up watching scary movies this Halloween, too!

    • says

      I think bark is my new favorite thing to make, Helen! I had been thinking about doing it for so long and don’t know why I didn’t do it sooner than I did. This weekend, I’m planning on making another type!

      Yay for Halloween becoming more of a thing in the UK. It’s such a fun holiday! :)

  4. says

    Julie, you had me at candy corn – wow, this looks like I could just reach through the screen and take a bite. I wish (maybe not, I’d eat the whole screen!) Pinned!

  5. says

    Halloween is my husband’s favorite holiday – he goes crazy with the decorations and costumes every year. I’m more about the treats :)This looks fantastic – love how pretty and festive it is!

    • says

      I go crazy with the decorations, too. And OMG, wait until Christmas. I have always gone out of control with the Christmas lights, ever since I was a kid! So much fun. Thanks for stopping by, Kelly!

  6. says

    I don’t love Halloween, but I am all over this absolutely adorable bark! So SO cute. No one would be able to walk by this without grabbing some!

  7. says

    This bark is so pretty!! I can’t get over how pretty it is, and it does look easy. The photos are beautiful too. I like Halloween for the baking and decorations, but it’s not my fave holiday…. It’s the pressure to come up with a costume that gets to me! Haha. I always stress about coming up with something novel and original, but never can. :) Hope you’re having a wonderful weekend!!

    • says

      Thank you, Sarah! Ha, I know what you mean. I always wanted my costume to be different so I was always so indecisive as to what I would dress up as. So now I just don’t dress up!

      Hope you had a great weekend and thank you for stopping by. :)

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