Halloween candy bark is a fun treat that takes minutes to make. Sprinkle leftover Halloween candy over melted chocolate, chill and serve!

Halloween candy bark is easy to make with leftover Halloween candy and melted chocolate chips. | www.ifyougiveablondeakitchen.com

In a few short weeks Halloween will be upon us and there will be an abundance of candy. I’m getting a jumpstart on the sugar high and made Halloween candy bark for the holiday!

Bark is the perfect use for leftover Halloween candy. Simply melt chocolate and sprinkle whatever candy you please on top!

Make Halloween candy bark on a cookie sheet with leftover Halloween candy. Store in the fridge for a quick treat! | www.ifyougiveablondeakitchen.com

Any candy will do for this bark, but I chose some of the classics, like Kit Kats. I’m also a big fan of chocolate and peanut butter candies so I used Reese’s peanut butter cups and Reese’s Pieces on my bark.

The pieces added a nice touch of fall color without me even trying! I still wanted a little extra flair, so I added purple and orange sprinkles. They make the bark extra fun!

Halloween candy is melted chocolate topped with candy eyes, sprinkles, Kit Kats and Reese's peanut butter cups. | www.ifyougivebalondeakitchen.com

My favorite part has to be the [easyazon_link identifier=”B005BPU1P8″ locale=”US” tag=”ifyogiablaki-20″]candy eyes[/easyazon_link] though. I came across them at a party supply store last Christmas when I made peanut butter sandwich reindeer pops (see they’re great for any holiday!)

Eyes on the Halloween candy bark adds a spooky touch. It’s like little monsters peeking out from a mountain of chocolate candy!

Halloween candy bark with sprinkles, candy eyes, Reese's and Kit Kats. | www.ifyougiveablondeakitchen.com

Kids would love this Halloween candy bark too (especially since it’s a no-bake recipe). They can get creative with all the candy they collected while trick or treating! Twix, Snickers, M&M’s, candy corn—so many candy options for this bark.

Once the bark is made, store it in the fridge or freezer. The cold texture is satisfying to bite into and the candies add an extra crunch.

If you have extra Reese’s Pieces, try my Reese’s Pieces peanut butter blondies. They are delicious!

Use candy eyes to make Halloween candy bark look a little spooky. They're edible and taste good with chocolate! | www.ifyougiveablondeakitchen.com

Halloween bark is a fun treat to make with kids or if you’re having a scary movie marathon! Check out the recipe video below to see just how easy it is to make.

Halloween candy bark is chocolate bark covered in candy and broken into pieces for a sweet and spooky treat! | www.ifyougiveablondeakitchen.com

Halloween Candy Bark

Halloween candy bark is a fun treat that takes minutes to make. Sprinkle leftover Halloween candy over melted chocolate, chill and serve!


  • 3 cups (525 g) Bitterweet Chocolate Chips
  • Kit Kats, two regular bars, cut up
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, 10 minis or 4 full size cups, cut up
  • ¼ cup Reese’s Pieces
  • Candy eyes
  • Halloween orange, green and purple sprinkles


  • Line a standard cookie sheet with parchment paper. Set aside.
  • In a microwave safe bowl, melt the chocolate for 1 minute on 50% power level. Stir and continue microwaving in 20 second intervals until completely melted.
  • Pour melted chocolate on to prepared baking sheet. Spread with a spatula until about 1/4-inch thick.
  • Top with Halloween candies and sprinkles. Chill in fridge for about 45 minutes, or until the chocolate is hard and candy is set.
  • Break or cut bark into irregular shapes. Serve immediately. Store leftovers in an airtight container.

Inspired by Just a Taste and Cooking with Janica.

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