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Goosebumps Movie Night with Monster Bark Recipe

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I absolutely love movie nights with Mini Me.  In fact, with daddy away, these evenings mean that much more to us.  We laugh, we cry, and we bond.  We typically watch movies at home, just because its so much more comfortable.  We can lounge around, have our choice of snacks and relax after a long week of school and work.  Its even better in the winter when its too cold to go outside.

This past weekend, when the weather was on the chillier side, we chose to watch the new movie Goosebumps, with Jack Black.  He is one of my favorite actors, always silly and fun, but in this role, he was even more outstanding.  I was a fan of R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps as a kid.  He started writing them in 1992, when I was 9 years old.  So I was super excited to get to watch this new movie, a culmination of so many of his stories into one fast paced, super fun, family movie.  Mini Me loved the stories too, so it was a great way for us to bond over our two childhoods, and for her to make fun of how old I am.  (Prehistoric, I might add)

The most important part of watching movies at our house, though, is the snacks.  The luxury of watching movies at home is I can make fun snacks beyond the concession stand offerings.  Themed snacks may very well end up on the lineup that evening.  This evening was no exception with Monster Bark, perfect for all the movie’s monsters. 

MonsterBark

Monster Bark
Print Recipe
This chocolate bark includes M&M’S® Chocolate Candies, sprinkles and edible googly eyes - perfect for a movie night or Halloween.
Servings Prep Time
24 pieces 15 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10 minutes 30 minutes
Servings Prep Time
24 pieces 15 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10 minutes 30 minutes
Monster Bark
Print Recipe
This chocolate bark includes M&M’S® Chocolate Candies, sprinkles and edible googly eyes - perfect for a movie night or Halloween.
Servings Prep Time
24 pieces 15 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10 minutes 30 minutes
Servings Prep Time
24 pieces 15 minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10 minutes 30 minutes
Ingredients
Servings: pieces
Instructions
  1. Line a microwavable pan with parchment paper. *Tip - Cut the ends of the parchment paper in a diagonal, so that the ends sit better in the pan.
  2. Use half the block of chocolate almond bark, and microwave until melted, according to package directions. Approximately 2-2.5 minutes total, stirring in between.
  3. Put the pan with chocolate in the fridge. Microwave half of the white almond bark in a microwavable bowl, according to the package directions. Once melted, pull the pan out of the fridge and pour the white bark on top.
  4. Top with M&M’S® Chocolate Candies, sprinkles and edible googly eyes (found at Walmart).
  5. Place the pan back in the fridge for 30-60 minutes, until hardened. Break the pieces apart by hand or by knife.
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Of course every assistant has to test to make sure they are ok to serve.  I think the smile says it all.

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The recipe is so fast and easy, but super fun for a movie night.  I like to layer my movie snacks flavors, so we also popped some Orville Redenbacher Movie Theatre Popcorn.  Mini Me couldn’t help herself with the popcorn, even before the movie started.  She just dug right in!

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Don’t forget to grab a Coca-Cola to wash it all down! We prefer Coke Zero and Sprite.

 

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From now until February 2, 2016, there’s a special VUDU offer. Buy all four participating products (Orville Redenbacher 6 pack Movie Theater Popcorn, M&M’S® Chocolate Candies, Coca-Cola 6-pack, and Goosebumps) in one transaction at Walmart, snap a picture of your receipt, and visit uploadreceipt.com/movienight to upload. You’ll get a $10 Vudu movie code sent to you by email! (while supplies last, limit 1 per person)

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TIP: Take a picture of this link now so you remember it!!

Want more movie night ideas, check them out here.

Movie nights are so crucial to dealing with the stress of daddy being away.  Do you have a family movie night?  Leave a comment below and tell me what your favorite movie night snacks are!

 

 

  • JadeLouise Designs

    Oh that Monster bark looks so delicious! That’s the perfect chocolate pairing for the traditional popcorn snack for a movie night. #client