27 Ways to Use Leftover Halloween Candy
So Halloween is over, and there's a good chance you're still stuck with some leftover candy trick-or-treaters didn't take. Sure, you can just eat the candy, but why not take the opportunity to turn that candy into something even more delicious. Here are 27 great recipes to help you do that.
What's even better than butterfingers on their own? Butterfingers mixed in with these cookie bars from Made to be a Momma, of course!
Incorporate any chocolates you want into these turnovers from Amy's Healthy Baking to balence out all that chocolaty goodness.
Baking chocolate bars into a cake is a great way to turn a candy bar into a celebration! This one from The Cookie Writer is made with Mars bars, but you can use whatever candy you want.
This fudge from The Happier Homemaker is made from sweetened condensed milk, vanilla extract, and candy bars. It's a great way to use up candy without adding in a bunch of extra sugar.
Use up those leftovers that aren't chocolate with these cupcakes from Young at Heart Mommy that will thrill both kids and adults.
Use your leftover candy on a candy apple like this one from Salty Canary to at least let yourself feel like your making it healthy.
Use this snickers popcorn from The Casual Craftlete to have an awesome post-Halloween movie night.
These rice krispie treats from Yellow Bliss Road use both candy corn and white chocolate bars, so you can get rid of two candies in one.
Milkshakes are one of the best ways to use up any ingrediants you have lying around. These from Everyday Dishes use leftover candy.
Reese's are delicious to eat on their own, but most people don't like Reese's Peices quite as much. Use them in a delicious way with these blondies from Center Cut Cook.
These brownies from How Sweet it is are a beautiful and easy way to use whatever candy you happen to have lying around.
Candy corn can be fun for kids, but most adults aren't that thrilled about it. Make those candies perfect for grown up tastes with this moonshine from Sweet C's Designs.
Milk duds make for a delicious suprise inside of these mini muffins from Amy's Healthy Baking.
Kit Kats may not be a classic ingredient in s'mores, but they blend in perfectly to these bars from Belly Full.
Twix candy bars add a great crunch and sweet flavor to this popcorn from Two Peas and Their Pod.
This skillet cookie from Picky Palete might look like a regular cookie, but it is filled with candy for a special surprise.
Everything is delicious with brownies. These from Pip and Ebby are a great way to use any kind of leftover candy.
Make your snickers just a little bit healthier with these apple nachos from Iowa Girl Eats.
Chocolate peanut butter cups make a perfect base for cupcakes like these from Two Peas and Their Pod.
Cadbury eggs are an exciting candy for any holiday. These brownies from A Treats Affair help you enjoy the Halloween versions.
21. Butterfinger Dip
Butterfingers combine perfectly with cream cheese and marshmallow fluff to create this dip from The 36th Avenue that tastes heavenly with fruit of all kinds.
Make candy even more fun by melting it on a skillet in these quesadillas from Fox Valley Foodie.
23. Twix Cake
This cake from Smart School House perfectly encorporates that signiture Twix caramel and crunchiness.
Reese's Pieces and candy corn make a perfect snack with this mix from Thoughtfully Simple that combines them with other classic snack mix ingredients.
These acorns from Amy's Healthy Baking are a super easy way to make tootsie rolls even more fun to eat and adorable.
These rice krispie treats from Picky Palete use whatever candy you want to make a gooey and delicious treat.
These cookies from Fox Valley Foodie make snickers even more tasty and sweet.