Happy Fall Friday! My favorite way to celebrate a new season is with a festive treat and today I’ve got a fun one to share! My friends over at ClearBags sent me these chic and versatile spider web treat bags and I made a spooky dark chocolate bark to fill them with! Perfect for upcoming halloween!
Sweet & Spooky Dark Chocolate Bark
Rich, salty and sweet dark chocolate bark, complete with pumpkin seeds, crunchy pretzels and edible eyes on top! The bark is a little bit spooky and a whole lot delicious! And as an added bonus dairy gluten-free. A great natural alternative to the sugary treats our kids eat so much of as Halloween approaches. Speaking of Halloween, aren’t these spider web bags perfect for the season?
I love the way they’re printed with the black web design and couldn’t wait to use them. They showcase my spooky bark perfectly and look even prettier when finished with simple black and white twist ties. The twist ties are also from ClearBags.
ClearBags is my go-to company for packaging and crafts, with a variety of products for projects of all kinds. If you’re creative and crafty like myself, follow the link to browse their useful supplies!
And don’t forget to give this sweet and spooky bark a try!Print
Dark chocolate bark topped with sweet and salty all natural goodies. A treat fitting for upcoming Halloween. Dairy & Gluten Free.
For the Dark Chocolate Bark
- 18–20 oz of premium dairy free dark chocolate
- 1/2 cup gluten free pretzels broken into pieces
- 1/4 cup all natural marshmallows
- 1/4 cup salted pumpkin seeds
- 1/4 cup freeze dried mango – chopped into small pieces
- Edible candy eyes
- Black and white nonpairels
- Spider web printed bags from ClearBags
- Black and white twist ties
For the Dark Chocolate Bark
- Heat dark chocolate over a double boiler until melted.
- Cool slightly, then pour evenly onto parchment wrapped baking sheet.
- Top dark chocolate with pretzel pieces, marshmallows, pumpkin seeds and mango.
- Evenly sprinkle on candy eyes and nonpareils.
- Place in fridge. Chill for at least one hour.
- Remove bark from fridge and transfer to a cutting board.
- Break the bark into triangle shards using a knife.
- Transfer back to the fridge until ready to package.
- Put 3-4 pieces of bark into each spider web bag.
- Pinch the bags between your fingers and seal with black and white twist ties.
- Keep chilled until they’re ready to be gifted or handed out.
- Adjust the bark toppings as desired.
Keywords: no bake, dark chocolate, bark, dairy free, gluten free, easy, halloween
As you can see, the bark is simple to make and even easier to package! You can assemble the bags days in advance, and give them away as Halloween party favors. They’d also make great goodies for trick-or-treaters and for the kids in your little one’s classroom.
Visit me over on instagram for more festive ways to use the spider web bags! Also be sure to visit ClearBags to see more of their products and packaging. The Fall season and holidays are the best time to stock up!
Have a sweet weekend!