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If you’re looking for a great way to use up some of that leftover Halloween candy, you need to make this adorable Thanksgiving Bark! I don’t know about you, but we always have tons of candy corn leftover after Halloween and besides throwing it away, I love to find a new use for it. It stores well, so I always save it until just before Thanksgiving to make this cute and festive treat that everyone loves!
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What you need
How to make Thanksgiving Bark
In a large glass bowl, microwave your chocolate candy bark until it’s melted all the way through and stirs smooth.
Using the spatula, smooth the chocolate out until it’s all about the same thickness, and is relatively smooth.
Use the candy corn to make turkey tails in sets of three spread out over the chocolate.
For each turkey tail, place two candy eyes right below it.
Use your sharp knife to cut little triangles for turkey beaks out of the orange section of the candy corn.
Place the orange turkey beaks right below the noses.
Place your cookie sheet in a cool, dry area where it won’t be disturbed for thirty minutes to an hour, or until it’s completely cool.
Use the sharp knife to cut your Thanksgiving Bark into sections around the turkeys.
Store in an air-tight container until you’re ready to serve.
I like to keep our Thanksgiving Bark out for guests the week before Thanksgiving, or just let my kids munch on it for dessert. It’s simple and festive, and it re-uses all that leftover candy we already had anyway!