Candy Corn Bark

 

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Do you ever have a hard time trying to decide what to do all of you leftover candy? Well, guess what?! I have the perfect way for you to reporpose it! Turn it in to a super fun super easy to make candy bark! The best part is, you can add any kind of candy you like. I decided to have mine dominated by candy corn…and of course sprinkles. That should be a given!

This bark also makes a really treat if your kids are allowed to bring in homemade snacks! You can definitely change up the candy wafer colors and types of candy depending on the time of year. (Valentine’s candy bark anyone?!) I hope you have fun with fun and creative snack. It’s a perfect one to let the kiddos help with!

 

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Mix flour, cocoa powder, baking soda and salt in medium bowl. Set aside.-139


IMG_2543Line a baking sheet with wax paper and set aside. Chop all the toppings that need to be chopped.

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Melt the baking chips and candy wafers in the microwave in 30-second intervals

IMG_2553Spread the melted white baking chips evenly into lined pan.

IMG_2555Randomly dollop the melted yellow wafers on top of the melted white chips.

 

IMG_2556Follow with the melted pink and orange candy wafers.

IMG_2558Swirl with a toothpick.

IMG_2562Top with sprinkles. Then follow with the other candy toppings

IMG_2564Chill for 30 min then break into pieces and serve.

 

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