Chocolate Halloween Bark

When Kara and I made this bark a few weeks ago I left her house without trying it. I regret that. A lot. Reese’s Pieces are my all time favorite candy. I always buy Reese’s Pieces at the movie theater. And when I’m bored at work and have a chocolate craving I run down to CVS for Reese’s Pieces. That happens almost every single day. Sometimes I buy Reese’s Pieces at really random places too…like Bed Bath & Beyond. I’m embarrassed to admit that. Oh well. And Reese’s Peanut Butter cups are pretty amazing too, in my top 5 for sure. Kara said the bark tasted awesome and I believe her!
We made cake batter bark a few months ago and loved it. This is basically the same recipe as last time but with a Halloween twist. Instead of the cake batter we used candy, and we added black and orange sprinkles for some added flair. I love this recipe because it can easily be changed up. Crushed candy canes for Christmas perhaps? Kara suggested adding brownie mix (like we did cake batter) to make Brownie Bark. Maybe we will try that next!

Now…when we made the Halloween Bark we started with a layer of Reese’s Pieces and Minis on the bottom, then a layer of milk chocolate, then a layer of white chocolate. We were kind of disappointed that the candies didn’t show through the bottom. We added the sprinkles on top for color. So even though our pictures show the original method, I changed the recipe below by starting with the white chocolate, then the milk chocolate, then the Reese’s Pieces and Minis on top. This should ensure that the candies show through nicely. Either way the bark is cute, fun and tasty! Try it however you like!

Here's what you'll need

Start by melting the chopped chocolate. We melted ours in the microwave

Now make a layer of Reese's Pieces and Reese's Minis. Smash down the Minis so they're roughly the same thickness

Pour the melted chocolate on top

Spread it evenly with an offset spatula

After it has hardened in the freezer you can pour the melted white chocolate layer on top.

Now for the sprinkles. We went with Halloween colors...obviously

Now break it into pieces. Doesn't have to be even or perfect!

A fun Halloween treat using my favorite candy :)


  1. kim kirkwood says

    i saw a halloween recipe very similar to this one. melt one bag chocolate chips,pour on baking sheet. top with a few cups of crushed pretzels crumbs and put in fridge to cool. melt one bag white chips and pour over mixture. add on top of white mix,candy corn,reeses pieces and sprinkles! yum!


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