This Halloween chocolate bark is an easy no-bake treat for kids, that requires no decorating skills. Why not make a batch for Trick-Or-Treating this year?
We love to make this Halloween bark at Halloween, sprinkled with Halloween themed candy including sugar pumpkins and bats, monster eyes and orange and black hundreds and thousands!
✔️ Why should you try it?
- Quick and easy to make
- Kids love decorating it
- Hand it out to Trick or Treaters at Halloween
White Chocolate – 600g of good quality white chocolate is needed for this recipe.
Green Food Colouring – I’ve used a natural green food colouring in this recipe. If you’re happy to use one with artificial colourings, you will be able to achieve a brighter green colour.
Halloween Sprinkles – I used sugar pumpkins and bats, edible monster eyes, and coloured sprinkles. to decorate the bark
One: Break the white chocolate up into small pieces and place in a microwaveable bowl. Melt in 20 second bursts in the microwave (give it a stir in-between microwaving each time).
Two: Place 1/3 of the melted chocolate into a separate bowl and colour with green food colouring. Mix it in thoroughly.
Three: Pour the white chocolate onto a baking tin lined with non stick paper then dollop spoonfuls of the green coloured chocolate on top. Use a skewer to swirl in the green chocolate, but be careful not to mix it in too much otherwise it will all turn the same colour.
Four: Sprinkle with Halloween candy and allow to set in the fridge for 2 hours. Break into pieces for serving.
💭 Top tips
When swirling the green chocolate into the white chocolate with a skewer, do it carefully to avoid the whole slab of chocolate becoming one colour.
I’ve used a natural green food colouring in this recipe but artificial colours will give you a brighter green colour.
Instead of using white chocolate, make a milk chocolate bark (no need for any green food colouring), and decorate with Halloween sprinkles and candy.
The bark will keep in a sealed container in the fridge for up to 5 days.
Some more Halloween themed recipes you might like;
- Halloween Sprinkle Cookies
- Toffee Apple Tiffin
- Halloween Gingerbread Men
- Mummy Puff Pastry Pizza Pies
- Halloween Rice Krispie Treats
- Blood Soup with Cheesy Witches Fingers
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Halloween Chocolate Bark
- Large Baking Tin
- 2 Bowls
- 600 g White Chocolate broken into pieces
- 1 tsp Green Food Colouring
- 50 g Halloween Sugar Sprinkles
- In a bowl, melt the white chocolate pieces in a microwave in 20 second bursts. Stir every 20 seconds.
- Pour 1/3 of the mixture into another bowl and add the food colouring. Stir to combine.
- Spead the white chocolate onto a large baking sheet lined with non stick paper then dollop spoonfuls of the green coloured white chocolate on top.
- Use a skewer to gently swirl the two chocolates together (but be careful not to mix too much).
- Sprinkle over your Halloween candy and chill in the fridge for 2 hours. Break into pieces before serving.