Leftover Halloween Candy Recipes

It’s the day after Halloween, otherwise known as “Parents eat your kids Halloween candy while they’re at school day” and if you’re anything like me, the candy your kids collected last night has been calling SCREAMING your name. There’s all kinds of chocolate, suckers, jelly candies, chips…I don’t think my will power can handle it.

I find that when sweet treats are baked, cooked or thrown together somehow, they get eaten faster and the kids don’t mind sharing them as much…almost.

Here are a few leftover Halloween candy recipes that I found scouring the October Tasty Tuesday linkies this morning that you all might enjoy.

It doesn’t contain as many calories when it’s baked right…

Double chocolate anything is a MUST bake in my books but these Double Chocolate Candy Corn Cookies by Delightful E Made look like they’re double the delicious.

double-chocolate-candy-corn-cookies-leftover-halloween-candyAll trifles are scrumptious but this Candy Corn Trifle by Craft Create Calm takes the cake, literally.

candy-corn-trifle-leftover-halloween-candyYou could probably use Smarties or Reese’s Pieces for this Fudgy M&M Magic Bars by Delightful E Made, I’m sure they’d be just as yummy but you’d have to change the name (insert winky face here).

fudgy-mm-magic-bars-delightfulemade-vert3-683x1024Your kids won’t be able to keep their little hands off these Chocolate Banana Reese’s Pieces Cookies!

Leftover Halloween CandyInstead of chocolate chips try melting any solid or caramel chocolate bars for this Candy Corn Bark by A Grande Life. Not only will it be tasty, you’ll also use up alot of candy.

candy-corn-bark-6Make this Popcorn & Pretzel Movie Night Supreme for your next movie marathon night!

IMG_4531What will you be making with your left over Halloween Candy?



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  • Elizabeth Matthiesen

    Wow, lots of good & useful recipes here. I especially like the idea of Coffee Chocolate Chip Pull Apart Bread, combining two of my favourite essentials – coffee & chocolate ūüôā