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Monday, October 8, 2012

Halloween Cookie Bark


It’s Monday!  That means another Link Up & Spook On Halloween party with co-hosts with Jessica from The Thriftiness Miss, Kyetra from Sweet Tea & Lollipops, and Ms. Morgan from Ms. Morgan's Reality Check. Don't forget to link up all of your best Halloween crafts and recipes at the bottom of this post!  I can't wait to see what you come up with this week!


Here are a couple of my favorites from last week's link up:

Fabric Pumpkins @ Alderberry Hill
How cute are these?!?  I am digging in my Thanksgiving stuff asap to give this a try!

1 181 682x1024 Fabric Covered Pumpkins


Halloween Popcorn Mix @ Flying on Jess Fuel
Popcorn? Sugar?  Yes, I'll take 4 bowls full, please



This week’s theme is crafts!  I’m not so great at documenting (or photographing crafts) but here’s a little Halloween mash-up of the crafts I’ve done with my boys.


Both ideas came from this month’s issue of Disney Family Fun magazine.  We made skeletons from Qtips and cotton swabs and owls from toilet paper rolls and cupcake liners!   Both were very fun for both boys.

And since cooking is my thing, I can’t walk away without sharing a fun and easy Halloween treat.  Cookie Bark is super easy, and kids love to toss all of the candy on top in the last step.  That is, the candy that doesn’t end up in little mouths!


Halloween Cookie Bark

Pretzel sticks, broken
Vanilla almond bark, melted
Candy Corn
Candy pumpkins
Candy googly eyes
Oreo Cookies, broken
Halloween sprinkles

Line a baking sheet with waxed paper.  Place the pretzel sticks on the waxed paper.  Pour the melted almond bark over pretzel sticks, spreading evenly.

While the candy is still wet, sprinkle with candy corn, pumpkins, googly eyes, Oreos, and sprinkles.  Let the bark set, undisturbed for about 1 hour, or until the candy is hardened, then break into pieces.


4 comments:

  1. That bark looks amazing! Perfect for Halloween!
    Thanks for sharing!
    Have a great day
    Rebecca
    www.heronscrafts.blogspot.com

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  2. I love how colorful it is! Thank you for linking up to Tasty Thursday :)

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  3. Amy, this cookie bark looks fabulous! I will be featuring it on my blog this weekend! Thanks for sharing on Marvelous Mondays!

    Julie

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