Spooky Bark

Milk chocolate, M&Ms, Kit-Kate Bites and some edible eyes; the perfect Halloween treat!


It’s October and that can only mean one thing … HALLOWEEN!! Halloween is my favourite time of the year, the leaves are all changing colour it is getting colder outside and everyone just wants to get cosy indoors and lets not forget at the end of the month we can all get dressed up in crazy costumes with crazy make-up and hair and get lots of free candy!

I have so many Halloween recipes this year for my blog this one is super simple, if you want to give trick-or-treaters something home-made and unique rather than shop bought treats. You can use any type of chocolate you wish with your favourite sweets and spooky treats.

I used milk chocolate, Kit-Kat bites, M&Ms and to give it an extra spooky look some edible eyes which I bought here. You could of course use red candy melts as fake blood droplets or white chocolate to make ghosts. You can also use any type of candy you wish, oreos, peanut butter cups, snickers or mars bar bites anything you or your family and friends love.


This can be broken down into as many pieces you need.


400g Milk Chocolate

50g M&Ms

50g Kit-Kat Bites

Edible Eyes


  1. Line a 20cm x 20cm cake tin (you could also use a baking tray) with baking parchment and put to the side for later.
  2. Melt the milk chocolate in a heatproof bowl in short 10 second bursts in the microwave until completely melted.
  3. Pour the melted chocolate into your pre-prepared cake tin (baking tray) sprinkle the M&Ms, Kit-Kat Bites and edible eyes over the top of the chocolate and chill in the fridge for 2-3 hours.
  4. Once the chocolate has solidified break it up into individual pieces, these can be cut into 9-12 squares or smashed using a rolling pin into random pieces.


Tips and Tricks 

This will last in an airtight container until the best before date of the chocolate and sweets.

You can use any sweets and type of chocolate you wish.

Instead of using candy melts you can dye white chocolate with food colouring to create  the colour you wish.


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Sarah x

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