7 Ways to Use Leftover Halloween Candy | Reader's Digest

7 Ways to Use Leftover Halloween Candy

Give new life to your leftover Halloween candy by making it into a delicious dessert.

By Reader's Digest Editors
Halloween candy© Taste of Home

Even if you’ve binged on Halloween candy all October, you’ll likely have some leftovers well after the 31st. Instead of keeping the bowl of candy and slowly grazing on it until New Year’s, try turning these tasty treats into a delicious dessert.

Hershey Bar Cake

Leftover Hershey minis or a full bar are added to this yummy cake recipe that will please any chocolate lover.

York Miniatures Peppermint Patties Brownies

With a hint of minty flavor, this brownie recipe really stands out. Try freezing them for a go-to dessert anytime.

Harvest Snack Mix

Mix in all of that leftover candy corn for a great, easy-to-make snack mix that’s perfect for lunch bags and car trips.

Peanut Butter Cereal Treats

Leftover M&M’s and cereal make a delicious combination that’s easy enough for kids to make.

Burnt Sugar Candy Bar Cake

Your favorite miniature candy bars work perfectly in this fancy but tasty dessert.

Ice Cream Snickers Pie

Ice cream and Snickers go together like peanut butter and jelly. They are just made for each other.

Halloween Peanut Butter and Toffee Candy Bar

Try incorporating all of those leftover candy bars into one, delicious homemade toffee bar. Great for gifts!

Plus: 10 Unique Pumpkin Recipes

Sources: Slashfood.com, MSNBC.com, and TasteofHome.com

 

 

 

 

 

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