Halloween may be over, but it was an amazing holiday. Lots of treats, tricks, incredible parties, and new unforgettable memories were created. Whether your kids racked up a goldmine of candy or you still have some leftover from handing it out, you may be wondering what you can do with it.
Eating it is always an option, but you can also use your leftover Halloween candy to make delicious desserts!
Trick or Treat Dessert Pizza
A great way to use those leftover candies is by making a pizza out of them. Doesn’t it look delicious? You can use store-bought cookie dough and cream cheese as the base and just add whatever candies you have laying around as the topping. The kids will love it! Follow the recipe here.
DIY Monster S’mores
If you’ve got a lot of leftover marshmallows and chocolate bars, you can make some interesting halloween themed s’mores with assorted cookies that you may have left around the house. The children will love to make the designs!
Halloween Haunted House
If you have the time to invest in it, another interesting way to use halloween leftovers is by creating a sculpture. Yes! Create this awesome haunted house with cookies, M&M’s, candy corn, Oreo’s, Twizzlers, etc. Get the recipe here!
Candy Cookie Bar
Repurpose those candies by making this Candy Cookie Bar. Doesn’t it look delicious? Learn how to prepare it here.
Crazy Halloween Blondies
This amazing recipe is so crazy that we have to try it out! Involving candy corn, pretzels and chocolate, I bet the kids will devour it in no time!
Halloween Candy Cookie Cake
This cake looks so incredible that is considered a must. You can use all sorts of miniature candy bars you may have laying around. According to Baker by Nature, the cake is soft, chewy and very easy to bake up. Drooling yet?
Candy Corn Pretzel Hugs
A different way to repurpose those candies is by making huggers, and this recipe is surprisingly delicious. The mix of salty and sweet is incredible and the treat is very easy to make!
Loaded M&M Oreo Cookie Holiday Bars
It bet you’re drooling from the photo just as I am. Doesn’t it look delicious? Use M&M’s and Oreo’s cookies to create this amazing holiday bar. Get the recipe here!
Take Five Candy Bar Brownie
If you’re a fan of brownies like I am, you will love this recipe. Doesn’t it look super delicious? This is incredibly easy to make: just pop miniature chocolate bars into the batter before putting the tray in the oven.
Candy Corn Cereal Snack Mix
Here is a different type of recipe that uses your leftover candy corn: a snack mix! This recipe combines candy corn, Golden Grahams, Vanilla Chex, almonds, coconut, and a yummy coating, but you can use other ingredients you may have laying around. Get the recipe here!
Twix Cheesecake Bars
This cheesecake bar looks so amazing that you have to try it out. The recipe combines shortbread crust, caramel candies, Twix bars and Rolo Minis. Check out the instructions here!
Leftover Candy Hand Pies
This recipe is incredibly easy to make. You basically just cut the candy in small pieces, put it on the pie crust, fold it and bake. Quick, easy and delicious!
5 Minute Homemade Suckers
For a little break from all the chocolate, you can try this incredible recipe of yummy suckers! You can make them in only 5 minutes, and the supplies you need are: Jolly Ranchers, sucker sticks and a cookie sheet with a baking mat or Parchment Paper. Quick and easy! Instructions here.
Halloween Muddy Buddy Mix
Another awesome idea to use those Halloween leftovers is by making this Muddy Buddy mix. It’s perfect for when you’re watching a movie or for the road trip, you just can’t stop munching on this bowl. Check out the recipe here!
Sweet Tart and Pixy Stix Cake
To get your last Halloween sugar fix, try this amazing recipe by Easy Baked. The cake combines those leftover Pixy Stix, Sweet Tarts and Smarties. Get the instructions here!
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