*Candy Corn Bark*


With my favorite candy being candy corn, of course I had to make a dessert including them for Halloween. I came across a recipe for Candy Corn Bark and it looked delicious. It seemed easy enough so I bought the ingredients and started baking away. It mostly involved melting candy wafers, which is a very hard task to master, and mixing the different ingredients. I combined the mixture and I love that this goes in the refrigerator. No baking in the oven involved! I let the bark harden overnight. The next day, I used a meat beater to break up the bark and it was complete. It tastes scrumptious! It also makes a lot so I plan on bagging some up and giving the leftovers away. What a great treat to share!

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The mixture spread out on parchment paper 

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Topped with crushed pretzels and candy corn M&M’s before entering the refrigerator 

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The next day, after the bark refrigerated overnight 

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Ready to be broken up into pieces

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The delicious candy corn bark ready to be devoured 

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The display I set up 

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I used the leftover pieces that fell off from breaking up the bark so I put them in a martini glass to munch on

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I did not want any to go to waste!

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What You Need: 

  • 4 cups white chocolate chips 
  • 2 cups Wilton orange candy melts 
  • 2 cups crushed pretzels 
  • 1 cup candy corn 
  • ½ cup candy corn M&M’s (I was on the hunt to find these for ages and finally found them at Walgreen’s)
 How To Make:
  1. Pour white chocolate chips into microwave-safe container. Heat in microwave for 20 seconds and then stir. 
  2. Continue heating at 10 second intervals; stirring in between until chocolate is melted. 
  3. Repeat process with orange candy melts. Stir in 1 cup crushed pretzels and ½ cup of candy corn into white chocolate chips.
  4. Stir in ½ cup crushed pretzels and ¼ cups of candy corn into orange chocolate.
  5. Cover a baking sheet with wax or parchment paper.
  6. Spoon the chocolate mixtures onto paper; alternating white and orange. 
  7. Spread mixture into an even layer.
  8. Take a knife and run it through the chocolate to marble. (I just used my fingers, they were already messy so why not!)
  9. Sprinkle the remaining pretzels and M&M’s on top of the mixture. 
  10. Refrigerate for at least 1 hour. (I let mine sit overnight)
  11. Cut into pieces and enjoy!


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