Halloween is almost upon us! And do you know what happens next? A deluge of candy and chocolate! Fear not. Here are 14 mouth-watering recipes that will help you turn your leftover Halloween candy into delectable desserts and treats.
Oh Halloween. You are so fun. And so sweet!
We don’t have kids but we find ourselves buying those special bite-size chocolates and candies they come out with for Halloween every single year.
We are so weak! But they are so hard to say no to.
So here are 14 recipes from your favourite bloggers that transform those delightful goodies into even more delectable treats that everyone can enjoy.
Leftover Halloween Candy = Cookies and Bars
Do you have extra Jolly Rancher? These Stained Glass Christmas Cookies with a Hard Candy Center from Karen’s Kitchen Stories is just the recipe you’re looking for!
How about leftover caramel squares? Check out these Crunchy Salted Caramel Apple Crumble Bars.
And any dark chocolate bar would work for these Chewy Double Chocolate Chunk Cookies.
Leftover Halloween Candy = Cakes and Pies
Reese’s peanut butter cups are a favourite and I understand it might be hard not to eat them all but just look at these next 4 treats that you can make with them!
And yes I have one too! Presenting: Chocolate Cupcakes with Peanut Butter Frosting (and a surprise centre!)
Leftover Halloween Candy = Snacks
Leftover Halloween Candy = Other Wonderful Treats
Or is it Butterfingers you have extra of? You’re in luck! Make some of this Butterfinger Crusted Sugar Cookie Ice Cream Sandwiches from 4 Sons R Us.
Have fun, stay safe, and may your leftover Halloween candy stash be overflowing and abundant!
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