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Sunday, October 7, 2012

Halloween Bark

Last week, I made those Black Roses... I had to open two bags of black candy melts in my Wilton Pro Melter. I asked Mr. Quart what I should do with the extra candy. On the heels of the Booger Pop Tarts, he suggested I make Halloween Candy BARF. Yes, barf... 
Thanks, Mr. Quart.

So... I used some of that black candy to make some Halloween BARK.

I could have added a ton of candy and pretzels, but I wanted to keep it simple, clean, and pretty.

All I did was pour out the black candy melts, then added some green and purple candy in a criss-cross pattern. Then I dragged a spatchula diagonally through the colors.

The addition of the black and silver dragees, I thought, made it a bit more classy.
Not quite so kiddie candy Halloween Bark.

And nowhere close to being Halloween Barf. You're welcome.

Halloween Bark

by Pint Sized Baker
Prep Time: 10 minutes
  • 1 10oz bag of Black Candy Melts
  • 2 oz Green Candy Melts
  • 2 oz Purple Candy Melts
  • Silver Degrees
  • Black Degrees
  • Green Sugar Crystals
  • Purple Sugar Crystals
Melt all Candy Melts in separate containers.
Have all sprinkles ready to go.
Pour black candy onto a warmed wax paper lined cookie sheet.
Add green candy in left to right lines.
Add purple candy in up to down lines.
Draw diagonal lines across the candy to create a pattern.
Add sprinkles and allow to dry.
Once candy is dry, break into pieces and serve.
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