How to Make Easy Candy Corn White Chocolate Bark Recipe for Halloween Treats
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This easy Candy Corn bark recipe with white chocolate will be a huge crowd pleaser this Halloween! It’s easy to make with your kids, and a perfect baking recipe for beginners.
Use up all of your leftover candy corn when the trick or treating is done, and turn it in to a sophisticated treat to take to school, give as Teacher gifts, or to keep the Halloween baking fun going all fall season long.
We love a good candy bark recipe, because it’s easy for kids to participate in the baking experience from start to finish!
The kids will love to help decorate the melted white white chocolate with the fun Halloween colors, candy, and sprinkles! Breaking it apart after it’s had a chance to harden is pretty fun too.
Grab your candy melts and candy corn and let’s get baking!
Ingredients needed to make White Chocolate Candy Corn Bark for Halloween
- 22 oz high quality white chocolate chips
- 4 oz orange candy melts
- 4 oz yellow candy melts
- 1 cup of candy corn
- Sprinkles (optional)
How to make Easy Candy Corn Bark with White Chocolate for Halloween
Line a large baking sheet with parchment paper and set aside (do not use wax paper)
Melt white chocolate over a double boiler until smooth. Melt candy melts according to package directions
Pour melted chocolate onto prepared baking sheet. Using an offset spatula spread chocolate into an even layer about a 1/4″ thick
Immediately drop spoonfuls of candy melts onto the white chocolate, alternating between yellow and orange. Use a tooth pick to drag through the candy melts to create a swirl pattern
Sprinkle candy corn and sprinkles over wet chocolate and place in fridge for two hours to set. Break set bark into pieces and enjoy
Kids will absolutely love making this because it’s basically error proof, super fun to break it apart, and obviously tastes delicious!
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