Left Over Halloween Candy Bark Recipe

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This is a sponsored post on behalf of Verizon FiOS as a brand ambassador. Now that my Halloween is over, with a candy hangover. What to do with so much candy now? We went trick or treating and we gathered so much candy. So we are planning on hiding the candy and letting the kids eat candy once in a while like our regular movie nights as a family.

When it comes to movie nights, we love gathering snacks, drinks and picking a few favorite movies on Netflix, or any TV channel through our Verizion FiOS. If you haven’t tried out Verizion FiOS, I have been loving their service and experience as a costumer for more than 4 years now. We love the high quantum speed internet, the customizable TV channels, and dual speed. Check out more details at Verizon.com.

For your next family movie night, grab some left over candy, white chocolate and don’t forget the popcorn to create this yummy candy bark snack.

My little girl loved helping me make the Left Over Halloween Candy Bark while we watch The Adams Family on FiOS TV and i’m pretty sure your kiddos will love to help too!

– 1 Bag of White Chocolate Chips
– Food Coloring, optional.
– Left over Halloween Candy
– Light Butter Popcorn, popped.
– Freezer Paper or wax paper

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Melt the chocolate chips in a double boiler, adding food color of choice if preferred. Place a piece of freezer paper on a cookie sheet. Spread the melted chocolate chips onto the paper to about 1/3 inch.

Sprinkle popcorn on the melted chocolate chip, then sprinkle some candy, sprinkles or any other left over candy making sure they stick to the melted chocolate.

Freeze the bark until chocolate is hard.

Cut into pieces.
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We all love making this bark for our family movie nights, it’s super easy, fun and a quick delicious treat for movie nights.

 

 

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