25 Genius Ways to Use Leftover Halloween Candy

25 Genius Ways to Use Leftover Halloween Candy

As soon as Trick or Treat is over and you have finished your last costume party, you will probably have a lot of leftover Halloween candy left over. This happens every year.

It's fun to nibble all those sweets. But no matter how strong your sweet tooth is, you'll probably get tired of it after a while. So, why not reuse?

There are many ways to turn your candy bags into brand new desserts and even cocktails. We've put together 25 ingenious ways to use your Halloween candy scraps. Whether you're looking for biscuits, pudding or candy pizza, you'll be thankful for all those fun candy bags.

A fun way to mix classic chocolate biscuits is to replace the chocolate biscuits with minced mini chocolate bars, M & Ms, cones or something else. You can also freeze the cookie dough and put some of it in the oven when your sweet tooth hits.

Get the recipe from The BakerMama.

Biscuit is a delicious treat, but not usually safe as it contains raw eggs. However, you can create your own edible version and pack it with your favorite Halloween chocolate remnants.

Get the Recipe from Chelsea's Messy Apron.

Remaining Halloween chocolate bars make a rich filling for sweet handpastes. Use a pie crust bought at the store to prepare a simple, brand-new dessert.

Get the recipe from Diethood.

A quick way to reuse all your leftover Halloween sweets is to turn them into bark. This one has a thick white chocolate base and is crowned with funny candy bars.

Get the recipe from Katie's Cucina.

Pack sticky, buttery blondes with mini chocolate bars to make them extra decadent. Use a mix of candies with different flavors or use only peanut butter and chocolates like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups or caramel sweets like Milky Way.

Get the recipe from Sally's Bake.

Peanut butter, Nutella and praline are a winning combination. Use your remaining Reese peanut butter cups or other sweets to crown this chocolaty dessert.

Get the recipe from How Sweet Eats.

Nothing screams like caramel apples. Use fresh apple slices and chopped Snickers bars to top off this caramel apple pizza with peanut butter biscuit crust and caramel cream cheese filling.

Get the recipe from Show Me the Yummy.

Gummy worms make sweet coverings for dirt pudding. For a particularly cozy fall enjoyment prepare a rich homemade Butterscotch pudding with chocolate biscuit crumbs.

Get the recipe My name is Yeh.

Make your Rice Krispies treats a little crispy and crunchy by adding Halloween treats like M & M's, candy bars, cereal, pretzels, and more.

Get the recipe from Averie Cooks.

Love it or hate it, candy corn is a Halloween classic. Not sure what to do with the leftovers? Mix it and crunchy pretzels to creamy white chocolate fudge for a sweet and salty treat.

Get the recipe from Lil & # 39; Luna.

What's nostalgic than bubble gum ice cream? With just two ingredients, you can easily make your own: whipped cream and condensed milk – and no ice maker is required. Add pieces of chewing gum (or other sweets).

Get the recipe at Gemma's Bigger Bolder Baking.

Crushed Heath bars add a crispy touch to this silky toffee-flavored ice cream cake with an Oreo biscuit crust. It's also drizzled with hot fudge and caramel sauces.

Get the recipe from Gimme Some Oven.

Use sweets like corn, gums, or soft sour candies with a skewer to create sweet stirrers for your favorite cocktail, cocktail, soda, or seltzer.

Get the recipe from A Beautiful Mess.

If you want to spice up a popcorn ball again, pop popcorn and leftover sweet corn, cones, or chocolates into melted marshmallows and shape them into a cake pan for a unique presentation.

Get the recipe at Taste & Tell.

Peanut Butter Cheesecake is a classic dessert. Make your cheesecake even more decadent with Butterfinger chocolate bars (or Reese's Peanut Butter Cups).

Get the recipe on Sally's Bake.

Mini chocolate bars complement every little dessert in a playful way. Try to coat Twix bars with salted caramel mousse, hot fudge and whipped cream.

Get this recipe from Gimme Some Oven.

Whether you call snowstorms or concrete, these creamy desserts are made even better with mixed sweets. The peanut butter cups by Soft Reese are a near perfect match, as they fit together perfectly.

Get the recipe at Half Baked Harvest.

A sweet and salty popcorn mix is ​​a fun way to eat Halloween candies and other snacks. Throw popcorn with M & Ms, pretzels and other sweets in melted white chocolate and nibble on it.

Get the recipe from Cooking Classy.

Bake-Free Cakes are an easy way to reuse your favorite cakes and enjoy a brand new treat. Snickers make a sweet and salty addition to no-bake pies with an Oreo crust and caramel-cream cheese filling.

Get the recipe at Lil & # 39; Luna.

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Homemade Chex Mix can be loaded with all kinds of Halloween treats, sweet and salty: pretzels, nuts, sweetcorn, M & Ms and really everything else.

Get the recipe at Well Plated.

Baking with gummy bears may not be your first thought if you have leftover sweets. But they fuse directly with the cavities of the fingerprint biscuits, creating a sweet and delicious effect.

Get the recipe from A Beautiful Mess.

Sweet corn is always in abundance after Halloween. The colorful candies go well with white chocolate in soft, tough biscuits.

Get the recipe from Averie Cooks.

Peanut butter lovers will love to mix Reese's pieces in vanilla or chocolate cake. Top the cupcakes with peanut butter frosting, chocolate ganache drizzle and a few of the sweets.

Get the recipe at Your Cup of Cake.

Sweets in a salad? That sounds like salad. Snicker's pieces, apples, grapes and strawberries added to a custard blend provide a unique way to use the leftover chocolate bars.

Get the recipe at Taste & Tell.

For a special adult-only treat, pour vodka with leftover Jolly Ranchers. Pour about 10 pieces of candy – either a mixture of flavors or just one – into a bottle, fill with vodka and leave until the candies dissolve (approximately 24 hours). Serve the flavored vodkas with seltzer or create your own unique cocktails.

Get the recipe at A Beautiful Mess.

Now that you know all the creative ways to use it again, you may even be grateful for the leftover Halloween sweets.

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