I became utterly addicted to this pumpkin bark that appears at Whole Foods in the fall, but it's quite expensive so I wanted to try making my own version at home. It's a little time-consuming but delicious, and far cheaper! Would be a hit at fall parties. The spicing is really dependent on how much you want the pumpkin to stand out, 1-2 teaspoons is what I prefer. Dark chocolate would also work nicely in this but milk chocolate makes for rich bark that pairs well with the pumpkin. The kind I buy at the store has no crunchy bits in it, the fixings were my idea, but it's delicious both crunchy and smooth! Cook time is both the stovetop and chill times. Yields about 1.5-2 lbs. EDIT: Fixed due to typo-- should be 1/2 cup pumpkin or a bit less, the melted white chocolate should still have the same consistency as melted chocolate. I made this again using an 11 x 7 pan which I liked better.