If you want to get really creative this holiday season, try making your own peppermint. The glassy, colorful confection is perfect when baked into chocolate. Recipe courtesy of Imperial Sugar 
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Candy Corn Bark
Are you buried in candy corn after trick or treating? Here's a great recipe to use it all up and make it taste better. This recipe uses just three ingredients to create a delicious treat for the family.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
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Maple Pecan Bark recipe - The Daily Meal
This maple pecan bark makes a great holiday gift for friends and neighbors—or a simple treat to have on hand for guests.This recipe is from Epcot's Holidays Around the World, and was originally published in the Orlando Sentinel.
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Dark Chocolate Cherry Quinoa Bark
These chocolate bars seem decadent but they're so easy to make and only require four ingredients. The blend of quinoa, cherry and chocolate will satisy your sweet tooth in no time. Recipe courtesy of Alex and Sonja Overhiser, ACoupleCooks.com, provided by Choose Cherries
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Spiked Peppermint Bark Hot Chocolate
We hope you prepared your sweet tooth for this yummy recipe. It wouldn't be Christmas without hot chocolate but this drink has a boozy twist and packed with crushed peppermint candies and whipped cream.Recipe courtesy of Hello Fresh
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This lightly sweetened dark chocolate bark is loaded with dried fruit and nuts. Feel free to use whatever dried fruits and nuts you have on hand to avoid an extra trip to the store.Recipe courtesy of Jessica Segarra/Imperial Sugar.
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This patriotic and delicious dessert only requires three ingredients and takes just 35 minutes to make. This recipe is courtesy of Jason Goldstein of Chop Happy. 
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Chai Latte
Try a Cardamom Chai from San Fransisco's South Asian restuarant Tava Kitchen. Chai is perfect this time of year, with its spicy yet sweet flavor thanks to cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, and even the unexpected sprig of fennel.
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Paneer Makhani
Creamy paneer is cooked in a velvety smooth, bright red butter sauce that is delicately spiced. It's finished with cream or butter for a bit more decadence.Recipe courtesy of Hari Ghotra
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Candy Corn Bark
What a colorful, fun bark to use for any October event. This easy recipe will give you a delicious Candy Corn dessert that all of your friends will love. It combines white chocolate, dark chocolate, and toffee bits to make this bark filled with chocolatey goodness. This recipe is courtesy of Samantha Merritt. 
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Apple Bitters
There's no better sign that fall has arrived than a basket of crisp apples on the kitchen counter. Whether you pluck them straight off the tree at an orchard or pick them up from a vender at the farmers' market, it's hard to resist eating them out of hand, but try to save a few for this recipe. The cinnamon and brown sugar echo the flavor of traditional apple, pie, but in this recipe you use only the skin of the apples, a tip I picked up from Bobby Heugel at Houston's Anvil Bar (the peel introduces bitterness and apple flavor without the added sugar and water that would make the solution too sweet). This bitters adds a sweet spiciness to bourbon, rye, whiskey, applejack, or apple brandy, and is also just dandy in an old-fashioned or Manhattan.
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Swirled Peppermint Bark
This recipe for peppermint bark combines the best of both worlds in a white and milk chocolaty swirled take on the traditional holiday treat. Simple, tasty, and an instant holiday classic!
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