Halloween Oreo White Chocolate Bark

Halloween Oreo White Chocolate Bark

Happy Halloween!! This #spookyszn I’m all about getting you guys easy recipes for sweet treats and goodies to share with your family (or to keep to yourself). And this Halloween Oreo White Chocolate Bark is perfect! It’s got all of the best parts of Halloween: white chocolate, M&Ms, candy corn pumpkins, sprinkles, spooky decorations, and Halloween Oreos! It’s a delicious blend of yummy Halloween goodies in one easy homemade Halloween bark!

This white chocolate bark is so simple to make! All you’ll need to do is melt the white candy melts, add food coloring, and then spread it over your Oreos and add your decorations! It couldn’t be easier, and it’s an easy, no-bake Halloween candy treat. That’s one of the reasons I love candy melt and almond bark recipes! Plus, the Oreos are so perfect because they that pop of orange and black color to the white chocolate.


Here’s what you’ll need for this orange and black halloween candy bark:

  • Halloween Oreo cookies – First of all, it’s actually true that they taste better than regular Oreos! I don’t know if it’s the orange food coloring, but they’re so good! And in this white chocolate bark they add so much flavor! I picked mine up at Target.
  • white candy melts – I used Ghirardelli melting wafers for this recipe, but it would also work so well with any white melting candy or almond bark.
  • food coloring – I used red and blue to color some of my white chocolate purple, and green for another portion of my white chocolate, so the finished results was white chocolate bark with purple and green drizzles. You can use whatever food coloring you like!
  • Halloween sprinkles and candy decorations – I used Target sprinkles and Wilton candy decorations, as well as some Brach’s pumpkins and Halloween M&Ms to add to this halloween white chocolate bark. I love the results! You can use your favorite halloween candy — maybe gummi worms, Reese’s pieces, or candy corn!

Once you’ve got your ingredients together, you’re ready to make this super easy no-bake Halloween white chocolate bark! Let me know how it worked for you in the comments, and stay tuned for more yummy white chocolate bark and almond bark recipes from me!

Related Recipes

If you love this easy Halloween white chocolate bark, you will definitely want to try my Brown Butter White Chocolate Rice Krispie Treats! They’re another easy, no bake recipe full of white chocolate flavor, and they’re perfect for the whole family! They would be great as an addition to your Halloween treat table this year!

Or for another amazing Oreo treat, try my No Bake Oreo Cheesecake — and if you like, one of the variations I include in the recipe is for a Halloween Cookies and SCREAM Cheesecake, using Halloween Oreos, food coloring, and Halloween decorations to make the easiest and most decadent Halloween dessert ever!

Easy Halloween Candy Bark with Oreo and White Chocolate | Chenée Today

Halloween Oreo White Chocolate Bark

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One of the best white chocolate almond bark recipes! Make this orange and black halloween candy bark with oreos and sprinkles!
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 15 minutes
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine :American
Servings: 12 pieces
Calories: 385kcal
Recipe Source: Chenée Lewis


  • 16 oz white candy melts - or white candy bark (see note)
  • 3-5 drops each red, blue, and green food coloring - (optional)
  • 15 whole Halloween Oreo cookies
  • 1/4 cup Halloween sprinkles blend
  • 1/3 cup Peanut M&Ms
  • 1/4 cup Brach's Candy Pumpkins
  • 1 package Wilton Halloween Dot Matrix Decorations


  • Melt white candy melts in microwave according to package directions; stir to smooth.
  • Transfer 1/4 cup each of melted white chocolate to two small bowls. Add red and blue food coloring to one bowl and green food coloring to the other, stirring as needed to achieve purple and green colored candy. Reheat in microwave if necessary to thin out consistency.
  • Lay cookies on a baking sheet or 9×13 baking pan lined with parchment paper. Pour white melted candy over cookies and smooth with rubber spatula.
  • Drizzle colored melted candy all over white candy; immediately add sprinkles evenly, followed by M&Ms, candy pumpkins, and other Halloween decorations of your choice.
  • Place in fridge or freezer until solid; use a sharp chef's knife to cut into bite-sized pieces.


Variations: Feel free to add any sprinkles, decorations, or leftover Halloween candy you have on hand! I also like to add mini pretzel sticks for a little sweet-and-salty flavor!
Storage and Freezing: This halloween candy bark freezes well for up to 2 months in a freezer bag or airtight container.


Serving: 1 piece | Calories: 385 kcal | Carbohydrates: 61 g | Protein: 3 g | Fat: 16 g | Saturated Fat: 8 g | Cholesterol: 8 mg | Sodium: 145 mg | Potassium: 131 mg | Fiber: 0.5 g | Sugar: 52 g | Calcium: 80 mg | Iron: 1 mg
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