Bloody Monster Bark

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(Inside: There’s been a massacre. A strange and crazy chocolate-sized massacre that has yummy written all over it. This is, without a doubt, the most tasty Bloody Monster Bark that’s ever been had. And it’s all because chocolate and monster collided.)

Look. I have like zero time to make anything for the kids’ holiday parties.

Like none.

So, I’m always trying to come up with ideas that I can throw together in like 20 minutes or less.

This Bloody Monster Bark is the absolute perfect option for that situation.

Less than 10 minutes and this slapped-together is SO AWESOME.

The kids will eat it up.

Even if it is a bloody mess. Heh.

There's been a massacre. A strange and crazy chocolate-sized massacre that has yummy written all over it. This is, without a doubt, the most tasty Bloody Monster Bark that's ever been had. And it's all because chocolate and monster collided. #nerdymammablog #halloween #bark #chocolate

Seriously, this is such an easy put-together, I let my kiddos have at it.

Bloody Monster Bark was so simple–the 3 year old was able to contribute. Which is awesome. Because coming up with recipes that she can do is hard.

And I have to teach that kid early to cook, because somebody’s gonna need to feed me in my old age. Heh.

There's been a massacre. A strange and crazy chocolate-sized massacre that has yummy written all over it. This is, without a doubt, the most tasty Bloody Monster Bark that's ever been had. And it's all because chocolate and monster collided. #nerdymammablog #halloween #bark #chocolate

And the massacre of red really appealed to my 5 year old.

Frankly, I think she had more fun making the Bloody Monster Bark that is really allowed.

And she kept yelling “blah! blah!” which I don’t get.

It’s not like this is “Dracula Bark” or something.

Or maybe it could be.

Interesting thought.

Now, if you like this idea for Bloody Monster Bark, but you’re not staring down a school Halloween party in the next hour that you’re not prepared for, go ahead and pin this so you’ve got it when times get desperate.

There's been a massacre. A strange and crazy chocolate-sized massacre that has yummy written all over it. This is, without a doubt, the most tasty Bloody Monster Bark that's ever been had. And it's all because chocolate and monster collided. #nerdymammablog #halloween #bark #chocolate

And check out this adorable video I made of the making of the Bloody Monster Bark…so cool.

Bloody Monster Bark

Bloody Monster Bark

Bloody Monster Bark

There's been a massacre. A strange and crazy chocolate-sized massacre that has yummy written all over it. This is, without a doubt, the most tasty Bloody Monster Bark that's ever been had. And it's all because chocolate and monster collided.

Ingredients

  • ½ bag Wilton White Candy Melts
  • Wilton Red Color Mist
  • ¼ C Dried Cranberries
  • Wilton Red Nonpareil Sprinkles
  • Wilton Small Candy Eyeballs

Instructions

  1. Melt candy melts according to package directions.
  2. Spread on a parchment lined baking sheet.
  3. Add cranberries, sprinkles and candy eyeballs.
  4. Gently press down if necessary, to assure everything will stick.
  5. Spray with color mist (in a well ventilated area!).
  6. Some eyeballs will turn red from the spray, so add more eyeballs so there will be some white and some red.
  7. Refrigerate for 10-15 min. (Or freeze for 5)
  8. Break into pieces.
  9. Store in a ziplock bag or plastic container.

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