No-Bake Halloween Bark is an easy no-bake treat to scare up! It comes together in under an hour to enjoy, gift and share with little ghouls and goblins!
Halloween Bark is easy to scare up and a fun no-bake treat for all your ghouls and goblins!
More of a procedure than a recipe, you can adapt this sweet treat to your little ghouls and goblins’ taste, customizing the candy, sprinkles and ingredients. Best of all, no cauldron required to whip up a batch of Halloween bark for this sweet treat, which is ready in 30 minutes, the time it take for the candy coating to set.
In addition to your candy and sprinkles, you’ll need graham crackers and candy coating or almond bark. You can find almond bark on the baking aisle near the chocolate chips. Substitute white chocolate chips or candy melts for almond bark if you prefer. I like the CandiQuik brand for the convenience of the disposable, microwaveable tray, but any brand will work.
16-ounce package vanilla-flavored candy coating/ almond bark
Chocolate graham crackers
Candy Corn, M&M’s and/or candy of choice
Utz Halloween Bats & Jacks Pretzels, found at Walmart
Line a *rimmed baking sheet with wax or parchment paper so paper extends over the edges of the pan. Arrange the graham crackers so that they’re butted up against one another, piecing together as needed to fill the bottom of your pan. Melt almond bark according to package directions. Pour melted almond bark over the top of graham crackers, spreading it evenly over the surface.
Add your candy and sprinkles to the top while your almond bark is warm. Lightly press the larger pieces of candy and pretzels into melted almond bark to make sure they’re anchored. Allow to cool until set, about 30 minutes.
When bark is set, use the edges of the paper to remove bark from sheet pan and transfer to cutting board. Use the tip of a knife to break/cut bark into pieces.
*I used an 11 x 15 rimmed baking sheet. Adjust quantity of ingredients for a larger or smaller baking sheet as needed.
No-Bake Halloween Bark
- 16- ounce package vanilla-flavored candy coating/ almond bark
- Chocolate graham crackers
- M&Ms candy corn or candy of choice
- Utz Halloween Bats & Jacks Pretzels
- Decorative sprinkles/nonpareils
- Line a *rimmed baking sheet with wax or parchment paper so paper extends over the edge of the pan. Arrange the graham crackers together so that they're butted up against one another, piecing together as needed.
- Melt almond bark according to package directions.
- Pour melted almond bark over the top of graham crackers, spreading it evenly over the surface.
- Add the pretzels, candy and sprinkles of choice while candy coating is warm.
- Lightly press the larger ingredients down into melted almond bark to make sure they're anchored into the candy.
- Allow to cool until set, about 30 minutes. (You can refrigerate bark to speed up setting process if needed.)
- Using edges of paper, remove bark from sheet pan and transfer to cutting board. Use the tip of a knife to break/cut bark into pieces.
- Store pieces in airtight container until ready to serve or wrap in cellophane packages to give and share.
- *I used an 11 x 15 rimmed baking sheet. Adjust quantity of ingredients as needed.
- If graham crackers are broken and not whole, it won't matter as melted bark will conceal and hold broken pieces together.
- Optional: Use pretzel sticks, roasted salted nuts, broken chocolate sandwich cookies if desired
Wrap bark in cellophane bags or add paper shred to mini pails for party favors. I found these mini metal Halloween treat pails at the Dollar Spot at Target, a favorite haunt.
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Mary, I love any combination of bark! It is so good for an afternoon or evening of college football. I must make this version with my little granddaughter. Happy Friday❤️
You are soo amazing! Thank you very much!
My grands and I love making this bark for all occasions, dear Mary! Everyone loves it, and I thank you for sharing with us. Happy Fall weekend to you! 🍁🍂
So much fun Mary!!! It’s almost October, yay!!
What a great idea Mary. I just think I will have to file this one away to send to the grandchildren for Halloween. Thank you for such a clever idea.
Chocolate graham crackers on the bottom sounds yummy!!
Love this, I hope I can find the ingredients……..wanted to try your Oreo pumpkin spice truffles recipe and they are not coming out this year instead there is an Oreo apple pie variety. Will try it with that instead.
You come up with the most unique things. Love this idea and the colors are so great! Thanks.
I’ve made several varieties of your bark. They ar all good, fun to make and eat. I’ll be making this soon!
Yum, chocolate graham crackers, too good and with the bark, really good! I still need to try the popcorn version with the melted Vanilla Candiquik! Lol. LOVE popcorn. Thanks Mary, hope you have a fun Friday and great weekend! 🍂🍊
I love all your ideas for Halloween! It’s my most favorite time of year. I just wish the weather would cool down a bit.
Never heard of the graham crackers with bark before. Sounds so yummy! And i love melted chocolate , white or dark on popcorn!!
So, so cute! I went looking for some of the ingredients today and did find the “Bats and Jacks” pretzels at Walmart. I have looked at two Walmart stores, my grocery store and Target but cannot find the “Ghouls Mix” of M & M’s. I love the colors used in that mix much more than the fall color mix that I see everywhere – it’s not nearly as Halloween festive as the green, orange and purple! Any suggestions?
Hi Sue, I found the Ghoul’s Mix at Target a couple of weeks ago. It looks like the peanut Ghoul’s Mix is available at Walmart when I do a search. Maybe check Walgreens…they have a lot of Halloween candy 🎃👻🍁
I’ll have a piece with candy corn please! Oh and, sprinkles, lots of sprinkles:@)
So cute and fun to do as well as eat!
This looks so delicious. A great treat no doubt.
Thank You Mary for this recipe. It is a great idea.
This is a lovely and colorful display. It is so appropriate for a Halloween treat.
What a yummy treat !!
I like your nice tray !
Made the Halloween Bark and it was a hit! They almost tasted like Oreos and the kids loved it. Thanks for the recipe!
This looks delish – I never thought to use graham crackers as a base!