If you can use a microwave and shop for candy you can make this easy Halloween chocolate bark! We are having a party at home this year because of COVID, so no trick or treat :(((( But, I am determined to make this Halloween party for the girls (and Cole, but he is too young to know what he is missing) !!
Our colors for Halloween this year since we are staying home are pink, white and black. I made a pink chocolate candy bark for a test run and the kids did not mind the test run at all… Chocolate candy bark is SO easy to make and you can easily have the kids involved (even Cole- my 2 year old!) The girls (6 and 9) picked out all the pink/pastel colors they wanted and organized all the candies in a row by color and type (haha, I did not ask them to do that, they just thought it would be fun) and after I did the hot stuff (candy melting etc…) they could add the candies wherever they wanted!
How to Make Pink Halloween Chocolate Candy Bark
Light Pink & White Candy Melts (or whatever color you would like, so many candy melt colors are available- orange, yellow and more!)
Follow the directions on the candy melt package on how to melt (microwave in 30 second increments on the defrost setting, stir and repeat until melted)
Spread the melted candy onto a baking sheet covered in parchment paper.
I poured the pink melted candy melts first and then drizzled some white melted candy melts on top (I just used a butter knife and lightly flicked, nothing special)
Add candy right away.
Refrigerate until the candy bark hardens.
Break off pieces- eat away and give away the pieces of the candy bark!
The pink halloween candy chocolate bark is the first in my quarantine-COVID Halloween series! Ways to make it fun at home with the kids and go extra this Halloween! I told my kids, I will make them never want to go trick or traet again (haha, yeah right…). Happy Halloween and Stay Safe!