Last Updated on June 11, 2020
11. Halloween Bark
Chocolate bark is the easiest way to make a holiday themed candy, especially for Halloween! I love using candy eyes because they really give you the full effect. You will just need melting chocolate and an assortment of candy for this recipe.
- Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.
- Melt your chocolate in the microwave until smooth (you can use melting chocolate or chocolate chips).
- Pour the chocolate onto the parchment paper, and use a spatula to smooth it out. It should be about a 1/4 inch thick.
- Place the candy of your choice onto the chocolate: candy eyes, Reese's pieces, candy corn, pretzels, chopped Oreos, toffee bits, nuts, sea salt or any chopped candy bars.
- Chill it in the refrigerator for about 45 minutes or until the chocolate has fully hardened.
- Slide the bark onto a cutting board and then chop it up into random size pieces.
You might find this to be a bit strange, but there isn't any ACTUAL Butterfinger in this fudge. So why is it called Butterfinger Fudge? Because it tastes just like it! Just like most fudge, it's super-rich and extremely satisfying.
13. Oreo Owl Cupcakes
Ok, there aren't any actual instructions needed for these adorable owl cupcakes. As long as you know what an Oreo is, I think you can figure it out. I just get store-bought chocolate cupcakes, and then I'm only left with the fun part– assembling the cute little owl face! The only bad thing about these cupcakes is figuring out what to do with the non-frosted side of the Oreos? I guess you'll just have to eat them. By the way, a candy corn or M&M nose also looks super cute in place of the orange frosting!