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Halloween Bark Using Oreo O’s Cereal!

I’m sure you are all aware that cereal can go behind just cereal and milk in a bowl! Since it’s eaten so often in this house, once and a while I want to break free from the usual way of cereal consumption and create something else! 

Photo Credit: Post Consumer Brands

The cereal I’m specifically using in today’s post is Post Consumer Brand’s Oreo Os Cereal that was just recently re-released and found at Hy-Vee! If you’re a 90’s kid like me, you probably remember that there was an identical cereal back in the day! If you love Oreos, then you will probably, most definitely love this cereal too!

Sitting on the shelves of Hy-Vee waiting to be grabbed!

With Halloween not too far away, I came up with an easy, quick recipe that does not require an oven, and the little ones in your household can assist – I let Truman sprinkle the sprinkles and drop the bark so it broke into pieces. 

Start with a Halloween mixture of sprinkles, Oreo O’s cereal, and whatever else you have lying around! Around this time you can find some awesome, unique Halloween themed sprinkles (blood shot eyeballs, yellow & green eyeballs, spider sprinkles, etc), so if you have never had a good opportunity to use such fun sprinkles before, this is a great way to do so! 

Grab your candy melts – pick one, two, or three colors of your choice!

Melt candy melts in the microwave, in intervals of 30 seconds, until smooth! Pour colors into a jelly roll style pan and taking a knife, swirl colors gently together! 

Sprinkle your Halloween mixture on top, and put in the fridge for at least 20 minutes. It won’t be too long until it’s rock hard and you can break it into bits! Put in your kiddo’s lunchbox for a treat or put into Halloween treat bags for your loved ones! It’s a treat that is mess free and easy to transport, too!

Be sure to check here to find out where you can get your hands on a box or two of Post Consumer Brand’s Oreo O’s today! Do you have a location nearby?

Oreo® and the OREO Wafer design are registered trademarks of Mondelez International group, used under license” and then “HONEY MAID and the HONEY MAID design are registered trademarks of Mondelez International group, used under license.


  • Reply
    Mary Hunnicutt
    September 26, 2017 at 9:52 am

    How fun is this treat and I love that the kids can help make it!

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    gloria patterson
    October 27, 2017 at 2:03 pm

    Now this is something I could make! And the best part it could be so many different colors.

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    shelly peterson
    December 15, 2017 at 5:58 pm

    This looks like a yummy recipe to try out. My grandsons would enjoy it.

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