10.14.2012

Candy Corn Oreo Bark


How fun is this for Halloween? And I'd never even heard of Candy Corn Oreos. (I found them at Target. Where else?) Not being much of a candy maker, let alone eater, I was in the mood to find something candy-ish for a Halloween post this year. The bark looked funky and fun, so I'm passing it out to some of my more mature (ahem) trick and treaters. Honestly, I didn't think I'd like it because I really don't care much for white chocolate, but I was wrong. It's totally addictive. Bad, bad bad.
Wrap it up in cellophane with some black and orange ribbon and you're all set. Big or little kids, doesn't matter. We're all kids at Halloween.


Candy Corn Oreo Bark
From Jamie  at My Baking Addition 





Yield: 20 pieces

Ingredients:
10 Candy Corn Oreos, chopped
1/2 cup small pretzel stick pieces
1/2 cup salted peanuts
12 ounces white chocolate, chopped (Use three 4-ounce Ghirardelli White Chocolate Bars)
3/4 cup candy corn

festive sprinkles



Method:

Line an 8×8 baking sheet with parchment paper. (I used a 9" square baking pan.)

Spread the cookies, pretzels and peanuts into the bottom of prepared pan.

Melt chocolate in a bowl set over a pan of simmering water, or in the microwave at 50% power, stirring frequently until almost melted. Remove from the heat while there are still a few pieces of unmelted chocolate; stir until smooth.
Drizzle chocolate with a spoon over the goodies in the pan, spreading the top flat to coat evenly. (You have to poke it around a bit to make certain all the little pieces get some white chocolate on them.)
Top with candy corn and sprinkles. Let cool until firm. Break into pieces and store in an airtight container.


36 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh. I can only imagine how fast I would eat my way through this. There would be no giving away!

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  2. Might have to make that for MIL...

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  3. That's CRAZY - I LOVE it! I'm noticing that Candy Corn seems to be the hot new flavor at Target this year. I almost bough Candy Corn flavored M&Ms, but then I found a little self control.

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  4. It is so cute and festive!I bought Halloween Oreos at Target but never saw the Candy Corn ones..Wish we had a target..soon..I really like that store..very cute Barbara,thank you!

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  5. I've never heard of Candy Corn Oreos. What a fun treat for Halloween. Must make a Target run.

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  6. I've made something super similar a couple years ago and it was SO good! I'm not the biggest candy corn person in the world, but I make 1 recipe with it every year :)

    Sues

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  7. this is the first time I have come across Candy Corn Oreos... love this fun halloween treat!

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  8. How much fun is that Barbara!

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  9. I'm not a white chocolate fan either, but this looks irresistible!

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  10. It looks so tasty and festive. Do you think it would hold up in shipping from our So. FL. heat to grandchildren in cooler climates? Janie

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  11. I wish I were coming to your door on Halloween Barbara!

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  12. Janie:
    Unfortunately, no. The bark won't hold up to shipping from South Florida. It gets soft fast in our humidity without refrigeration.
    Barbara

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  13. Barbara I've missed you and your magnificent recipes. This would be so much fun to make. It probably would never make it to be gifted out. I'd be hoarding it for sure. I hope all is well in sunny FL. All my best to you ~ Deb

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  14. Looks pretty dangerous! I'm not sure I could stop eating!

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  15. Looks Great. The sweet and salty together.Have you ever made this with dark chocolate.

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  16. Esta receta me encanta es una delicia,saludos abrazos y abrazos

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  17. I never heard of the Candy Corn Oreos until a few weeks ago and now that I've mentioned them to Marion, she's on the hunt for them, lol. I may just need to go to Target if I can't find them local.

    Thanks for sharing, Barbara. I must remember to tweet these for National Candy Corn Day, October 30th!

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  18. Hi Barbara,

    This looks such a treat for Halloween trick or treat night and thanks for sharing the recipe.

    Happy week
    Hugs
    Carolyn

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  19. These look fun and amazing Barbara!

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  20. Although we do not have Halloween in Greece I would love to try these cute little treats Barbara! I am sure kids will find them irresistible!

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  21. Good Morning Barbara, I have never heard of candy corn, is it what it says, corn dipped into a little sweetness? Oh dear I have a real sweet tooth and I don't think these would last very long in my house. I have found you via StoneGable OTMM and have become a new follower. Best Wishes from England. Daphne

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  22. this is so fun! i love the spin of the candy corn oreo. what a great idea for halloween.

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  23. This is so festive and cool!

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  24. That looks super festive and delish :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

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  25. Looks like a trip to Target is in order. :)

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  26. i've heard good things about those candy cane oreos, and as a candy corn aficionado, i'm ashamed that i haven't yet sought them out! tasty treat, barbara. :)

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  27. Oh how I wish there was a target around here so I could get some of these oreos. This bark sounds delicious!

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  28. Are candy corn oreos the orange ones?

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  29. Oooh, I can see how this would be addictive, which could definitely be bad for me, lol! Still, I'm tempted to make it -- it looks so fun!

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  30. I'm not in love with candy corn generally but with the pretzels and peanuts plus the sweet of the oreos and candy corn, I can already tell these would taste great. Not only that, they look adorable!

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  31. My Minxes saw this and were over the moon! I know what I'll be making soon!

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  32. Just saw your apple brownies. Drool!

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  33. these are funky and fun---but like Blond Duck, I am drawn to the Apple Brownies....

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  34. A great Halloween treat!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  35. Candy corn oreos! Hehehehehehe. This looks like fun.

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  36. I can imagine the taste! I can't wait to have some of it.

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