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35 Tasty Ways to Use Up Leftover Halloween Candy

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So, let me guess: You have bags of candy around the house, are trying to limit the amount your kids eat, and are trying to figure out ways to use it up. Well, I have 35 great ideas for you. These are all delicious treats that are super sweet, fun, and a nice change from regular candy bars. They are also great to take to the office, to school, or just about anywhere you are looking to offload your candy stash!

Skillet Candy Brownie Pie 1 of 35
Stir candy into some rich brownie batter, and bake it in a skillet for a tasty after-dinner pie. This easy-to-make dish will be an instant dessert hit. It's also a great way to use up candy in bulk!

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Super Easy Snickers Hot Fudge 2 of 35
It takes just 44 seconds to whip up this delicious, decadent hot fudge topping! It tastes good over ice cream but also would be great over cheesecake. If you make too much, it will easily store in the fridge for a few days.

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Photo credit: Brooke McLay
Peanut Butter Cup Monster Cookies 3 of 35
Why not stuff some delicious peanut butter cups into your favorite cookie dough for a delicious milk-dipping treat?

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Photo credit: Brooke McLay
Candy Corn Chocolate Chip Cookies 4 of 35
Candy corn is a decadent addition to chocolate chip cookies! This salty-sweet cookie is bound to be an instant classic in your house. You will especially love the secret ingredient: corn flakes!

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Candy Snack Mix 5 of 35
Leftover Halloween candy takes on a whole new life in this sweet 'n' salty snack mix! This stuff is so addictive, it is honestly like candy crack. You might want to make a double batch if you can!

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Chocolate Chip Peanut Butter Cup Cookies 6 of 35
Stuff leftover mini peanut butter cups in chocolate chip cookies for a muffin-shaped treat, perfect for on-the-go snacking.

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Deep-Fried Snickers Bars 7 of 35
Whip up deep-fried Snickers bars for an extra-tasty post-Halloween snack! It may be unusual to fry candy bars, but trust me: It tastes amazing. Not a fan of Snickers bars? Milky Way or 3 Musketeers candy bars work, too!

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Photo credit: Paula Jones
Milky Way Bar Sauce 8 of 35
You need just two ingredients to whip up this delicious topping to drizzle over ice cream or cheesecake! You will love how the chocolate and caramel melt together. You can even enjoy it alone!

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Owl Faces 9 of 35
These fun owl faces are a cinch to make with kids and will help use up at least two kinds of candy. Everyone will love finding these on their plates. Use a raisin for a nose if you can't eat cashews!

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream 10 of 35
Whip up your favorite ice cream, and drop in some of those leftover peanut butter cups for a sweet candy taste. This awesome ice cream is perfect in a bowl or a cone. It is the best way to enjoy chocolate on top of chocolate!

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Peanut Butter Cup Cookie Pie 11 of 35
Why not pile all of those peanut butter cups into one amazing, chocolatey-rich pie? Everyone will go wild for this layered treat. It would even be a great dessert for a party.

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Photo credit: Brooke McLay
Peanut Butter Reese's Pieces Cake 12 of 35
Give Halloween one last shout-out with this tasty peanut butter cookie pie studded with leftover Reese's Pieces. It is the perfect skillet cake that kids and parents will love.

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
M&M's Peanut Butter Rainbow Blondies 13 of 35
Throw those extra M&M's into these delicious peanut butter blondies for an extra-crunchy chocolate treat.

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Photo: Kelsey Banfield
Snickers Salad 14 of 35
Have a potluck to go to this week? Use up all those Snickers bars by making a tasty candy apple salad. Everyone will love your "mystery" ingredient!

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Photo credit: Brooke McLay
Twix Caramel Brownies 15 of 35
Twix get the royal treatment when stuffed into decadent, chewy chocolate brownies. If you love these, try changing it up by using Kit Kat bars ... or a mix of both!

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Photo credit: Paula Jones
York Peppermint Patty Sauce 16 of 35
Melting peppermint patties into cream yields dessert sauce perfection! It turns your boring vanilla ice cream into an instant frosty treat.

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Leftover Candy Hand-Pies 17 of 35
Wrap bits of candy in pie crust to make a tasty pie dessert. Bonus: Nearly any kind of candy will do.

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Halloween Candy Pancakes 18 of 35
Layer delicious breakfast pancakes with leftover bits of this and that for a ridiculous, over-the-top breakfast. Your kids will go wild, which is why it's best to make this a once-a-year treat.

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Ice Cream 19 of 35
This awesome ice cream is simple to make and is filled with real chunks of peanut butter cups.

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Photo credit: Laura Levy
Halloween Candy Bark 20 of 35
Melt candy into chocolate, and snap the pieces into tasty pieces of bark studded with Halloween candy. To change it up, use whatever candy you want. You could even use white chocolate or a mix of both!

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Monstermash Candy Popcorn 21 of 35
Sweet candy melted into salty popcorn is the perfect snack for lunch boxes or after school! The googly eyes are so totally adorable, the kids will love them. It also uses up a lot of candy corn in an instant!

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Photo credit: In Katrina's Kitchen
Candy Bar Lava Cake 22 of 35
This awesome lava cake is filled with the best treat ever: a candy bar. Take your Halloween candy up a notch by making this fancy dessert for a dinner party!

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Photo credit: Brooke McLay
Candy Corn Cocktails 23 of 35
Did you know you can enjoy a cocktail made from candy corn? Can you imagine a better way to wrap up the end of the Halloween season than sipping on this colorful drink? Me neither.

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Photo credit: Paula Jones
Chocolate and Caramel Candy Corn Fudge 24 of 35
Fudge isn't just for Christmas! Make this gooey treat for your friends, and hand it out as gifts for Thanksgiving. Or, just make it now and enjoy it for yourself.

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Photo credit: Casey Mullins
Vegan Halloween Candy Cookies 25 of 35
Why not use your candy to make these fantastic cookies that are completely vegan? They are full of oats and candy and topped with sprinkles. They would even be a great school snack.

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Photo credit: Kathy Patalsky
Halloween Candy S'mores 26 of 35
This is a no-brainer: Make s'mores! That's right — take whatever meltable candy you have on hand, light a fire (or even the grill), and start toasting those marshmallows!

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Photo credit: Paula Jones
Halloween Candy Hot Chocolate 27 of 35
Instead of eating your Halloween candy, drink it! Melt it into this awesome hot chocolate and enjoy the sweet candy flavor and crunchy topping. Hot chai would work well, too!

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Mini Candy Bar Mug Cake 28 of 35
Need a quick fix? Make this awesome candy bar mug cake in the microwave. You won't believe how easy and delicious it is!

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Photo credit: Julie VR
No-Bake Snickers Pie 29 of 35
Gather all those awesome Snickers bars and make this pie. It is an awesome sweet dessert that will transform your tired candy into something special.

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Photo credit: Kelsey Banfield
Candy Corn Treats 30 of 35
If you have a lot of candy corn lying around, make one of these awesome treats! Did you know that candy corn tastes great in all kinds of things like popcorn, drinks, and more?

Get 17 tasty recipes here

Photo credit: Sheri Silver
Monster Treats 31 of 35
These adorable monster treats are a terrific way to use up leftover M&M's. You could even make these a project for your kid's classroom! Think of your favorite monster, and get started.

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Photo credit: Casey Mullins
Gummy Bear Cookies 32 of 35
These adorable cookies are so much fun to make with kids, and all you need to fill them are the leftover gummy treats from Halloween! The result: a bite-sized, chewy treat your little one will devour.

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Photo credit: Sheri Silver
Caramel-Stuffed Snickerdoodles 33 of 35
These amazing cookies are stuffed with caramels, just like the ones probably sitting in your Halloween bucket. Make these for your family this week and they'll be glad for their favorite candy in a new form!

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Photo credit: Brooke McLay
Halloween Candy Cookies 34 of 35
Put your Halloween candy to good use and whip up some of these delicious butter cookies. Maybe your little one will even donate some of their treats to the cause!

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Photo credit: Julie VR
Peanut Butter Monster Krispies 35 of 35
Making regular Rice Krispies treats at home is a fun and easy way to spend an afternoon with the kids. Try adding in peanut butter and M&M's to make them even tastier!

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Photo credit: Brook McLay
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