13 Halloween Chocolate Barks


Chocolate bark. So easy. So festive. So yummy!

If you’ve never made bark before, it’s a cinch. And the best part, you can add any ingredients you like.


In a nutshell, melt down your choice of chocolate or candy melts. Spread it on parchment paper, and sprinkle with your favorite toppings. So simple!


Here are some recipes for inspiration. Enjoy!

Halloween Toffee Bark

Recipe here by Crazy for Crust


Spider Web Bark

Recipe here by Purple Chocolat Home

 Candy Corn Truffle Bark

Recipe here by The Gunny Sack

Brownie Batter Mummy Bark

Recipe here by Chelsea Messy Apron

Halloween Worms & Bugs Bark

Recipe here by Living Locurto

Melting Witch Chocolate Bark

Recipe here .

Ghastly Ghost Bark

Recipe here by The Simple Sweet Life

Pumpkin Spice Latte Bark

Recipe here by B+C

Halloween Peanut Butter Cup Bark

Recipe here by Six Sisters Stuff

Halloween Peanut and Popcorn Bark

Recipe here by Jessica Gavin

Halloween Candy Bark

Recipe here by Blog emeals 

Dark Chocolate Pumpkin Seed Toffee Bark

Recipe here by Feast and West

Halloween Candy Bark

Recipe here by Just a Taste

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13 Chocolate Barks with a Bite



Chocolate bark. Truly one of the easiest chocolates to make, and yet, one of the most satisfying. My favorite part of this confection is its versatility. Simply take your favorite chocolate, and add in your favorite ingredients- nuts, caramel, peanut butter, marshmallows, candy, cookies, dried fruit, pretzels, bacon…the possibilities are endless.

Personally, I like a bark that combines different textures, and dueling flavors, such as dried tart cherries with salted pistachios, or chewy caramel with crunchy pretzels.

Take a look at these 13 flavor combinations. There’s a bark to suit everyone’s taste.

What’s your favorite combo?

13 Chocolate Barks with Bite




Oranges with a New Twist



Every day we seem to be honoring a different food. The best part about this tradition is trying new foods and recipes. Today we celebrate the Candied Orange Peel. Alone, or in one of these chocolate recipes, the candied orange is a stampede of flavor on your palate.


Candied Orange & Nut Chocolate Cake

Recipe by Tina’s Cooking

Bittersweet Chocolate Bark with Candied Orange Peel

Recipe by Recipe.com

Bittersweet-Chocolate Bark with Candied Orange Peels


Chocolate and Orange Pots de Creme

Recipe by The Kiwi Cook





Leftover Chocolate?


Gif courtesy of  WeHeartIt.com

Of course, I’m joking!  There is no such thing as “leftover” chocolate.  It’s more like, “chocolate I haven’t gotten to yet”.



 If you find yourself with a surplus of this Easter candy you-have-yet-to-get-to, here are some recipe ideas.

Easter Candy Bark

When making bark, anything goes. Dark, milk, or white chocolate. And your choice of fillers- crushed Robin eggs, candy corn, marshmallows, peanut butter cups, chunks of Creme eggs.  It’s all good.

Recipe in photo by Blooming on Bainbridge

Nutella Rice Krispy Easter Candy Mash-up Brownies 

Nutella. Rice Krispy Treats. Easter Candy.  Alone, each is a treat.  But, together.  Yowza!

Recipe by Deliciously Yum

Going Green


Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

While some are washing down Corn Beef & Cabbage with mugs full of frothy green beer, us chocoholics are bringing the green to the dessert table.  We’re talking Mint Chip Ice Cream, Grasshopper Pies, Thin Mint Cookies, Chocolate Mint Brownies,… all served best with a Shamrock Shake.

If you enjoy the rich and refreshing combination of chocolate and mint, you’ll want to dig into these irresistible desserts. And once you try them, you’ll know you’ve found gold.

13 Mint Chocolate Desserts to enjoy on St. Patrick’s Day