This super fun Milk Chocolate Ghost Halloween Bark has to be the quickest & easiest Halloween treat I have ever made! It requires only 2 ingredients, looks awesome & tastes great. Literally the perfect no fuss, no bake treat to give out to those trick or treaters this year!
Here is what you will need to make 15 bars.
Firstly, line the base & 2 sides of your tin with baking paper and set to one side.
Break the milk chocolate into a large glass bowl. Reduce your microwave’s power to half and heat the chocolate in 15 second intervals. Stir well between each time.
When the chocolate is about 2 thirds melted, don’t heat anymore. Just stir stir stir! The heat in the bowl will melt the rest. This is the easiest way to temper chocolate in the microwave. Just make sure you don’t overheat it.
Then repeat the same process for the white chocolate.
Next, pour 2 tbsp of the melted milk chocolate into one of the disposable piping bags then pour the rest into the prepared tin and smooth out with a spatula.
Pour the white chocolate into the other disposable piping bag and snip the end. Pipe different sized circles randomly all over the milk chocolate.
Using a skewer or a knife, drag a wiggly line out from each circle to create the ghosts’ tails.
Finally, snip the end off the piping bag with the milk chocolate in and pipe eyes and mouths on each ghost.
Allow to set completely at room temperature. (Don’t put it in the fridge if you want your chocolate to be tempered.) When it’s completely set, remove from the tin & slice into 15 bars using a knife dipped in hot water and wiped dry between each cut. Alternatively, you can just snap it into random pieces.
Store at room temperature in an airtight container and consume within 1-2 weeks.
And there you have it! Super easy, 2 Ingredient Milk Chocolate Ghost Halloween Bark that only takes about 10 minutes to make. Looks like it took you a lot longer though doesn’t it?! You can use whatever chocolate you like too. I actually opted for the cheap 30p per 100g bar chocolate from Aldi believe it or not. So the whole thing cost me £2.10 and 10 minutes of my time. That’s a pretty cheap Halloween treat if I do say so myself!
I hope you enjoyed the post my lovelies, until next time.
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(Recipe adapted from The Simple Sweet Life)
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