26.10.16

Last Minute Halloween Movie Night Snack Idea - NO BAKE!

Shoutout to all of my last minute lazy guys and gals out there! It's no secret that I'm far from an expert in the kitchen but when it comes to easy, no bake recipes; I'm your gal! 

If you're planning a last minute halloween party or cosy movie night in then this chocolate tangled bark is the perfect yummy treat to get snacking on this hallows eve. Topped with cinnamon popcorn, Reese's pieces and salted caramel fudge bites it really does capture the true taste of Autumn/Halloween all on one plate. The best bit is? There's no baking involved!
Ingredients:
  • Reese's pieces. (or substitute with Smarties, M&M's - Whichever you prefer!)
  • Salted caramel fudge pieces.
  • Cinnamon flavoured popcorn.
  • 2 bars of dark baking chocolate.
  • White piping icing.
  • Cinnamon.

How to Make:
  • Break your chocolate bar into small square pieces and place into a bowl.
  • Fill a pan with cold water and place onto the hob to boil. Place your bowl filled with chocolate on top of this, as the water boils the chocolate shall melt.
  • Whilst the chocolate melts prepare a baking tray (You may wish to line this with icing so the chocolate doesn't stick to the tray!) for the chocolate to be poured into once melted.
  • Once the chocolate has completely melted pour into your baking tray, spreading evenly. 
  • Sprinkle on your toppings, dust on a little cinnamon and place into the fridge to set.
  • Once set, cut into square pieces and place onto a plate. Begin to pipe icing across your squares, this can be as messy as you like to give the impression of a tangled spider's web - spooky!
  • To garnish, decorate with further toppings and cinnamon popcorn.
  • Eat and enjoy! It's devilishly good!

And so that was it, it really is that easy! Do you have any plans for Halloween this year? Let me know in the comments below! I think I'll just be having a movie night with my mum and our cat!
For more recipe ideas, you can check out my Pinterest food board here
Until next time,



What are your favourite Halloween treats?! I'm a sucker for the Mr Kipling Fiendish Fancies!
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