Seasonal Projects

Halloween Oreo and Smartie Bark

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Halloween is fast approaching! Need some snack ideas for your Halloween get to together? Try this Oreo and Smartie bark, guaranteed to keep them coming back for more!

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  • Dish or tray (I used a small but deep ceramic dish)

  • 200g white chocolate

  • Oreo’s

  • Orange Smarties

  • Clingfilm

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  1. Our first step is to cut up the Oreos into bitesize pieces.

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  2. Put some clingfilm into your dish or tray. This will make it so much easier to get the chocolate bark out after it has chilled.

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  3. Scatter half of the crushed Oreos into your dish and set aside whilst we work with the chocolate.

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  4. Melt your chocolate down until it was smooth. I melted mine using the microwave on full power, using bursts of 10-15 seconds.

  5. Leave the chocolate to cool down a tad and then pour all of it on top of the Oreos in your dish.

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  6. Now you can decorate the top however you like! I used the leftover Oreo chunks and orange Smarties. I just wish I could’ve got a hold of some jelly spiders! Chill this in the fridge for a couple of hours.

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  7. Take the chocolate out of the dish and peel off the clingfilm. Cut up the bark into bitesize pieces and serve! I left mine on the board and it was soon gone!

I hope you enjoy making this fun Halloween treat! If you have a go don’t forget to send me your makes on twitter @aBoxofButtons and instagram @hann_lloyd.

See you next week! Join me next Wednesday for another fun filled DIY! – H

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