Updated: Feb 13
Fall is finally here! The days are getting shorter and Halloween is right around the corner.
Halloween signals the beginning of the holiday seasons. We love to scream in this spooky celebration with Candy Corn Bark. Share with your family, or make a batch for a Halloween party.
This treat comes from Susan Carberry's shop, The Cake Cottage in Murietta, CA. Susan shared this fun, tasty candy with Michele. It consists of three layers of colored candy melts, and each layer is infused with a different flavor.
This recipe adds a great twist to the traditional candy bark. It's fast, colorful and delicious.
We are so pleased Susan Carberry is allowing us to share the recipe with you!
1 lb Yellow Wilton Candy Melts 30 drops of Banana LorAnn Oil
1 lb Orange Wilton Candy Melts
10 drops of Orange LorAnn Oil
1 lb White Wilton Candy Melts
15 drops of Marshmallow LorAnn Oil
1 bag Candy Corn Candy
Prep: Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper. Chop up candy corn and set aside.
In a microwave safe dish, melt yellow candy melts at 30 second intervals on medium heat until candy melts are completely melted. Stir after each interval.
When yellow candy is melted stir in banana oil. Save approximately three tablespoons of yellow candy to drizzle over finished bark. Pour remaining yellow candy onto prepared parchment lined cookie sheet and spread evenly. Tap pan gently on counter to help level out the yellow candy. Set aside.
Repeat Step 2 using orange candy melts. When orange candy is melted stir in orange oil. Save approximately three tablespoon of orange candy to drizzle over finished bark. Pour remaining orange candy onto prepared parchment lined cookie sheet and spread evenly. Tap pan gently on counter to help level out the orange candy. Set aside.
Repeat Step 2 using white candy melts. When white candy is melted stir in marshmallow oil. Save approximately three tablespoon of white candy to drizzle over finished bark. Pour remaining white candy onto prepared parchment lined cookie sheet and spread evenly. Tap pan gently on counter to help level out the white candy. Set aside.
Sprinkle chopped candy corn immediately over white candy before the candy sets. Press lightly into white candy layer. Reheat, reserved yellow, orange, and white candy and drizzle over candy corn. Tap gently to settle.
Place in freezer for a few minutes to harden bark. Turn upside down onto clean surface and press. Bark should break into chunks. You may use a knife to cut into desired pieces.
Now let your imagination go crazy! Try adding Scary Shapes or an Autumn Mix and play with your flavors and candy melt colors.
Whether you follow the recipe as-is, or create your own version, it's all relative. Let your creativity go wild and share your finished product with family and friends.
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