Candy Corn Sugar Cookie Bark

Candy Corn Sugar Cookie Bark is perfect for Halloween!  A tried and true kid-pleasing treat!

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Woohoo!  October is finally here!  One of my very favorite things about the Halloween season is candy corn.  I’ll admit it – I’m totally addicted.  And it’s not just the candy corn – those Mellowcreme Pumpkins are pretty amazing too.

I have to say that the first time I went to Sam’s Club last month and saw that they had the 4.5 lb bags of candy corn – I snatched one right up.

Embarrassing, but true, we’re down to about the last half pound of that bag.  And I”m responsible for most of it :)

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Earlier this year I made Rainbow Sugar Cookie Bark for St. Patrick’s Day.  Not only was it crazy delicious BUT it was also a cinch to make.  I used Pillsbury refrigerated sugar cookie dough for the base which makes this treat a total no-brainer.   The Rainbow Sugar Cookie Bark used jelly beans but I knew that candy corns would be just as delicious and something the boys would just L.O.V.E.  {They share Mommy’s addiction to candy corn…} #candycornaddicts

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This bark is so colorful and H-A-P-P-Y and would be the perfect treat to bring to any Halloween party this season.  Bryce was the first one home and quickly spotted the plate of bark.  It didn’t take him long to dive right in.  His response? “Mommy these are good!  Like, really good!”  Bryce has spoken.

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Candy Corn Sugar Cookie Bark

Candy Corn Sugar Cookie Bark

Ingredients

  • 1 roll refrigerated sugar cookie dough {I used Pillsbury}
  • 16 oz of vanilla flavored candy coating {I used CandiQuik}
  • 1 1/2 cups candy corn and/or mellowcreme pumpkins

Instructions

  1. Roll out the sugar cookie dough to 1/4 inch thickness on a parchment-lined cookie sheet. Flour your rolling pin and dough as necessary to keep from sticking.
  2. Bake according to directions and remove just before the cookie turns brown.
  3. Let cool for several minutes.
  4. Divide candy coating in half and melt first batch.
  5. Spread with a knife or spoon on top of sugar cookie and sprinkle on candy.
  6. Melt second half of candy coating and repeat. Let candy coating set up before breaking apart.
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Comments

  1. This is such an adorable idea! I love how festive it is but it sounds super simple. I have a feeling I’ll be making this for my big boy’s class party… ;)
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  2. This is so cute! I love bark, of any kind!

  3. Yum! Fun! And Cute!!
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  4. We’re also candy corn addicts at my house! Love this idea, Trish!
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  5. I bought candy corn M&M’s the other day. I have yet to buy candy corn. I think that 4.5lb bag is a glorious idea!! Costco must have food bloggers in mind.
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  6. So easy and fun to make. Always love your gorgeous photos. I will be sharing this link and recipe with our Club Candiquik members in this months email newsletter! Have a great week, Trish.
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  7. This is such a cute and colorful idea for every season! Love it!!!
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  8. Love that you use sugar cookie as the base for this…that’s so different and yummy!!

  9. Yummy! The cookie base sounds delicious mixed with the bark and candy corn! I’m sure my kids would LOVE these.
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