Spiderweb Bark

Spiderweb Bark

This spiderweb bark was created a little bit of imagination and a whole lot of cuteness.  Perfect for any spooky themed party. A chocolate bark recipe for the Halloween Season. 

Spiderweb Bark

What can I say, I LOVE bark! With 4 boys, I know the way to a child’s heart is with adorable, delicious bark.  I have a bark for just about every occasion. I love that with just a little imagination you can create the most wonderful barks. 

Spiderweb Bark

This spiderweb bark was created a little bit of imagination and a whole lot of cuteness.  I was definitely inspired by the adorable candy spiders that I found, which made for perfect creepy crawlers on my bark.  

How To Melt Chocolate Candy Melts In Microwave

In a microwave-safe container, microwave candy melts at 50% power or the defrost setting on your microwave. Melt for one minute to start. Remove and stir. Place back in the microwave for an additional 30 seconds at 50% power. Remove and stir. Continue to do this in 30-second intervals until smooth and creamy. Remember less is better. You can help melt some pieces that are still not fully melted by stirring with a spoon. You do not want to over microwave your chocolate.

Can You Melt Chocolate In Instant Pot 

You can use your Instant Pot as a double boiler! I share how in a post, that walks you through exactly how to do it. If you don’t want to use the microwave this is a great alternative melting method. 

Can I Use Chocolate Chips for Black Melts 

You can use a semi-sweet or milk chocolate in replace of the black melts. The only thing is your web will be brown, not black. But it won’t affect anything else, so feel free to do that if you prefer. 

Spiderweb Bark

Can You Add Food Coloring To White Chocolate 

The purple candy melts are best. If you add an oil-based color to your white chocolate to try and make it purple it will become a mess. Unfortunately, it won’t hold up. Now if you find an oil-based color it could work so you wouldn’t have to buy candy melts. 

How To Store Spiderweb Bark 

This bark can be stored in an airtight container or even a sealable bag on the counter at room temperature. Once the chocolate hardens it will keep its form rather well. If it is extra hot you might opt to store it in the fridge to ensure it doesn’t melt. 

This chocolate will store for 7-10 days just fine. 

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Can You Freeze This Halloween Bark 

Yes, you can. If you want to make a batch and store some feel free to place in a container or bag and toss in the freezer. It will store for up to three months in the freezer. Or if you use a vacuum seal system it will add a longer freezer storage timeframe! 

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You can find the ingredients needed for this bark below:

This is a great treat to surprise your kids with for an after-school treat, school party dessert, Halloween party dessert and more. Don’t miss out and make this easy no-bake Halloween dessert today.


Spiderweb Bark

You can find the ingredients needed for this bark below:

Wilton Spider Mix Sprinkles

Black Candy Melts

Purple Candy Melts

Spiderweb Bark

Spiderweb Bark

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes


  • Black Chocolate Melts
  • Purple Chocolate Melts
  • Candy, sprinkle Spiders


  1. Melt chocolate according to directions above.
  2. Spread black chocolate onto parchment paper and spread evenly. Let dry & harden.
  3. Pour purple melted chocolate either into a squeeze bottle or a plastic baggie with the corner cut to create a nice line of chocolate. Create your spider webs onto the black chocolate.
  4. Place spiders into the purple web before it dries, this will act as your glue.
  5. Let chocolate completely harden before breaking into bite sized pieces.


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