Candy Corn Bark


Candy Corn Bark, made with chocolate almond bark, pretzels, Golden Oreos, and the star, Candy Corn.  The perfect treat to celebrate the beginning of fall.


Fall is in the air, and the first thing I want to do is make something fun and easy, which brings me to making something with Candy Corn.

We have celebrated the beginning of fall with bags full of Candy Corn in a bowl on our coffee table every since I can remember.

Today, you can see this little convection in cookies, muffins, cakes, and the most popular are candy barks.


This past week my daughter needed a sweet treat to go in some treat bags for her son's class  I told her that  I had been wanting to make some candy corn and would love to make it for them.

As you can see, they turn out to be a delicious treat!  Hope you get to make some soon to celebrate fall.  Enjoy!




Candy Corn Bark

Ingredients:
  • 14 Golden Oreo Sandwich Cookies
  • 1 cup pretzels
  • 24 oz. Chocolate Almond Bark (I used Plymouth Pantry)
  • 24 oz. Almond Bark (I used Plymouth Pantry)
  • 1 1/2 cups Candy Corn
  • 9 oz. White Chocolate Candy Corn M&Ms
Directions:
Line a large sheet pan with parchment paper.  Break up Oreos and spread across lined pan.  Arrange pretzels evenly around the broken Oreos; set aside.

In a medium microwave safe bowl, melt  chocolate almond bark in the microwave 2-4 minutes at 30 SECOND intervals until chocolate is melted.  Pour over the Oreo cookies and pretzels; set aside.

In a medium microwave safe bowl, melt white chocolate almond bark in the microwave 2-4 minutes at 30 SECOND intervals until chocolate is melted.  Pour over the chocolate almond bark layer.  

Sprinkle the candy corn evenly over the almond bark.  Sprinkle the candy corn M&Ms evenly over the almond bark.  Scattering them around the candy corn.

Pick up the pan and let it slam against the counter two or three times to set all the candy.  Set the pan in a cool place to harden.

Remove the parchment paper with the candy and set on the counter.  Cut or break up into serving pieces as desired.


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