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Celebrations Halloween Treats In the Kitchen

Halloween Candy Bark

Candy bark is always popular at my house, and so easy.  This was a fun Halloween candy  bark to put together using green candy melts and a variety of other ingredients. It is actually so much fun to stroll the aisles of your cake and candy decorating supply store and see what you can find that would make your bark creative and spooky.   Halloween BarkI added peanuts, candy corn, Halloween mix M & M’s, pieces of Halloween Oreos and candy eyeballs to add a little, “I’m looking at you” factor to the bark.  One little trick or treater said he thought the eyeballs were staring at him.  Monster BarkA great little addition to your Halloween Treat table.  If you want it more salty than sweet, add more nuts, or add some salted pretzel pieces!  Happy Halloween!

I’ll be sharing this at the following link parties:  TGIT Link Party

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6 Comments

  1. I must have missed this post last year, because when you linked up to the Thank Goodness It’s Thursday party, I went ga-ga over it! Love it, love it, love it!

    I actually have some of that weird color green in my candy melt stash and now I know exactly what to do with it. Obviously, I just had to choose this as my feature for this week’s party. See you tomorrow at TGIT!

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