It’s the chocolate covered finger of a man named Clark! I think the Sanderson sister’s would approve of my Halloween Hocus Pocus Candy Bark. It would be sure to cast a spell on anyone who eats it! Laughing in my best witch’s laugh!
Green candy bark swirled with a hodge podge of kiddie’s Halloween goodies. A sugar rush will take over within minutes after consuming it! Nonetheless, it is a treat you can pass out on Halloween or even take to a party!
What's all the Hocus Pocus about?
I could have just been boring and named it Halloween Candy Bark, but throwing Hocus Pocus in there seemed the right thing to do. I ABSOLUTELY love everything about the movie and can’t wait for the sequel!
This Halloween Hocus Pocus Candy bark was super duper easy to make and kid friendly. Not to mention when consumed in small amounts, pretty low in calories! I have always loved making any kind of candy bark, but this one had an extra fun element to it!
My eldest son even asked me where I got the severed fingers from? “Did you cut someone’s fingers off mom?” Really dude, yeah, people were just offering for me to sever their fingers off”! Kids, they can be so gullible some times!
Ingredients for candy bark
- 1 package of white almond bark: Great Value brand
- Wilton Green food coloring
- Rold Gold pretzel sticks: any brand would work, but make sure they are sticks
- Halloween M&M’s Ghouls mix: milk chocolate
- Halloween monster mash sprinkles
- Mini chocolate chips
- Gummy eyeballs
- Severed Candy fingers
- Cherry Blood spray
- Halloween Oreos
- Wilton Candy bones: These came with a graveyard kit, but I chose not to put the grave headstones in my bark.
Tips and tricks
- Melt the almond bark on low, as raising the temperature quickly will burn the bark.
- Put the green food coloring in while it is melting because once it is melted, it will thicken up making it harder to stir.
- Once the bark is melted transfer pretty quickly to parchment paper and add the goodies within a reasonable amount of time.
- Let the candy bark fully set in the refridgerator for at least 30 minutes to an hour.
- Serve the bark within 1-2 days as the goodies on top will either get soggy or harden.
How to make the halloween hocus pocus candy bark
This recipe literally takes no time at all! Literally, only about 15 minutes of your actual time!
- First, line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Set aside.
- Second, heat the almond bark in a large pot on low. During the melting process, add in the green food coloring to get your desired color. Once it is all incorporated, transfer and spread out the green bark onto the parchment paper with a spatula or spoon. Create swirls with the spoon. It is okay if the bark is not even on the parchment paper!
- Third, add all the Halloween goodies and then put in the fridge to harden.
- Lastly, break the candy bark up and serve! Yum Yum!
Please enjoy these other fun Halloween recipes!
Halloween Hocus Pocus Candy Bark
- 1 baking sheet
- Parchment paper
- I large pot
- Silicon Spatula
Halloween Hocus Pocus Candy Bark
- 1 24oz almond bark
- 3 tsp green food coloring WIlton gel or icing color
- 2 tsp candy bones
- 2 oz M&M's halloween milk chocolate
- ⅛ cup pretzel sticks
- 2 tbsp mini chocolate chips
- ⅛ cup gummy worms
- 2 tbsp halloween sprinkles
- 2 oz gummy eyeballs
- 1.5 oz Icing severed fingers
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper. Set aside.
- In a large pot, melt the almond bark on low until it is completely melted. Add in the green food coloring. Stir until you reach desired color.
- Transfer the green chocolate to the prepared baking sheet with a spoon or spatula. Create swirls in the melted chocolate.
- Add in all the halloween garnishes however you choose. Put the baking sheet in the refigerator for about 1 hour to allow the bark to harden. Break apart pieces and serve!
fun fact of the day!
Cows moo with regional accents! Huh….