It’s October! That means it’s time to start whipping up some of your favorite treats in spooky shapes and bright colors. We absolutely love bark recipes at Life As Mama, and that’s why we’ve dedicated this post to finding the best Halloween bark recipes on Pinterest. Check out our list, then make one of your own!

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1. Monster Mash Halloween Candy Bark

If there’s one time of year it’s ok to pile on the candy, it’s Halloween! This bright bark is made with colored chocolate melts, then swirled and topped with more cherry candies like M&M’s and googly eyes! It’s so fun to look at, and even more enjoyable to eat.

See how easy it is over at AWicketWhisk.com.

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2. Mummy Brownie Batter Bark

Would you believe this oogly, googly bark is no bake?! The inner layer is made from a box of brownie mix, chocolate chips and butter to form a chewy center, then topped with a thick white melted chocolate and fun mummy eyes! These are the least-scary mummies we’ve seen, don’t you agree?

Get the entire recipe over at ChelseasMessyApron.com.

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3. Melted Witch Bark

These individual-sized witch bark servings would be perfect for your Halloween party! Made with colored candy melts, then some creative positioning of Oreo’s, pretzels, peanut butter cups and kisses, your party guests will fall in love with this treat!

Head to LilLuna.com for the step by step instructions.

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4. Candy Corn Bark

Tis the season! The season of candy corn! But instead of enjoying this festive candy by the handful, why not toss in some bark instead? This mishmash of chocolate, pretzels, Oreo’s candy corn and sprinkles is pleasing to the eye, and your sweet tooth!

You’ll definitely want to check out LoveFromTheOven.com for the recipe!

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5. Creepy Worms and Bugs Halloween Bark

If this Halloween bark doesn’t make you say “eww!” we don’t know what will! Vanilla almond bark is colored with traditional Halloween shades and then topped with realistic looking bugs, worms and gummy bones! Top with your favorite candy for the season and you’ve got one gross looking (albeit, delicious tasting) bark.

LivingLocurto.com has the entire list of supplies you’ll need to make this bark this year.

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6. Boo Bark

See, there IS a purpose for those Ghost peeps! This surer easy bark recipe highlights the anything but scary ghosts, as well as Halloween’s best and brightest candy! Toss in whatever you like, but we do tend to love the huge sticks of kit Kats and candy corn, and make this your own.

EmilyEnchanted.com has all the steps you need to make your own.

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7. Frankenstein Bark

My creation! This disassembled Frankenstein bark is too cute and would be the perfect Halloween party treat. Made with candy melts and eyes, black licorice lace and fun sprinkles, this is probably one of the most unique kinds of bark we’ve seen!

Head to MomDot.com right now to snag the recipe!

 

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Karly Wood

Karly Wood

Editor at Red Tricycle
I'm a born and bred Southern California native and currently the editor of Life As Mama and a writer for Red Tricycle . I get to share my life with my husband of 13 years and our beautiful, 5-year old daughter. In my free time you'll catch me cheering for the Dodgers, cooking, baking, reading, crafting and probably watching a little HGTV!