Halloween Chocolate Bark - Easy to make, last-minute Halloween treat made with just melted chocolate and some themed sprinkles
If you're celebrating Halloween and you need a last minute, easy to throw together treat, try this Halloween Chocolate Bark.
It honestly couldn't get easier, and it's really cute. It *is* practically pure sugar, BUT, it's Halloween. My two youngest kids are teenagers and they don't go out anymore, so I don't feel bad making this for them. If you're throwing a Halloween party, this would be so cute on your table.
How to Make Halloween Chocolate Bark
So for this recipe you can use any chocolate you want. I used blocks of melting chocolate and some white melting wafers. I shop at Bulk Barn here, a local bulk bin store, and it has a whole row of different colored melting wafers - this would be an excellent way to use them!
This much chocolate was a lot to melt, so I felt the safest way to melt it would be a double boiler. (I melted the white wafers in the microwave though. First for 30 seconds, then 10 seconds at a time until ready)
Bring a small pot of water to boil, with about an inch of water in it, and then lower it to a simmer. Then set a bowl on top and the chocolate in the bowl. Use a heat proof spatula to stir the chocolate constantly, until it is all melted.
Immediately after that, pour the chocolate onto a baking sheet that has been lined with either a silicone mat or parchment paper. Use an offset spatula to spread it out a bit. Drizzle and drop the white chocolate on top of that and then use a butter knife to swirl it around.
Moving quickly, so the chocolate doesn't begin to set, sprinkle your choice of Halloween themed sprinkles on top.
Then refrigerate until set and break into pieces.
You can do some many variations of this to fit so many themes! Have fun!
Halloween Chocolate Bark
- 6 oz white chocolate melting wafers (approximately)
- 12 oz melting chocolate (milk or dark )
- variety of Halloween themed sprinkles or candy
- Melt the chocolates separately, using a microwave or double boiler.
- Spread the regular chocolate on a baking sheet lined with a silicone mat. Then dollop the white chocolate on top. Using a butter knife, swirl through both chocolate until you have a look you like.
- Sprinkle your Halloween sprinkles or candy on and then chill in the fridge for 10-15 minutes until set. Break up into pieces and serve!