Easy Chocolate Halloween Bark
Easy Chocolate Halloween Bark, three ways to make a delicious and fun dessert or treat recipe idea. Sugar free option included.
Prep a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper. Melt the orange candy melts according to packaging. Stir in a teaspoon of the paramount crystals to the candy as it melts to help with the texture. Transfer the melted orange candy melts to the prepped baking sheet, spreading it out evenly to a ⅛" thickness. Then melt the chocolate candy melts as indicated on the packaging and transfer that to a zip top or piping bag.
Snip off the tip of the piping bag or a corner of the zip top bag that contains the melted chocolate wafers. In the center of the orange chocolate on the baking sheet, make a dot. Without releasing pressure of the piping or zip top bag, create a circle around the dot but continue to go around and around in the orange chocolate until you run out of space (like a bullseye).
Using a toothpick or skewer, start at the center dot and drag the tip away from the center. Continue with the toothpick or skewer on the remaining chocolate until you have created some kind of a pattern and completed the entire bark. Top the bark with the edible eyes and sprinkles. Transfer the baking sheet with the bark to the refrigerate until hard (about 20 minutes). Then break the bark apart and enjoy!
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