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7 Ways to Transform Leftover Easter Candy

Photo Credit: Shaina Olmanson

Did a visit from the Easter bunny leave you with baskets of leftover candy and chocolate in your house (or maybe you stocked up during the after Easter clearance?) Wondering what to do with all of it? We have some ideas for you. 7 tasty treats made using leftover candy and chocolate. From Peeps S’Mores (pictured above) to Chocolate Bark to even a fun chocolate fondue (who doesn’t love dipping things in chocolate). When you’re ready to transform your leftovers you can find these and the rest of the recipes in the slideshow after the jump.

  • Cadbury Egg Brownie Bites 1 of 7
    Cadbury Egg Brownie Bites
    Mini Cadbury eggs are perfect for these bite sized brownies. With a warm and gooey center they'll be hard to resist.
    Make cadbury egg brownie bites
  • Robins Eggs Malted Milkshake 2 of 7
    Robins Eggs Malted Milkshake
    Who doesn't love a milkshake? Turn your Robins Eggs malted candies into a creamy dreamy shake that everyone will want.
    Make robins eggs malted milkshake
  • Peeps S’Mores 3 of 7
    Peeps S'Mores
    You won't hear a peep out of the kids when you give them these adorable Peeps S'mores.
    Make peeps s'mores
  • Russell Stovers Candy S’Mores 4 of 7
    Russell Stovers Candy S'Mores
    Don't have leftover Peeps but still want to make a s'more? No problem, save time and steps by using Russell Stovers marshmallow eggs instead.
    Make Russesll Stovers candy s'mores
  • Cadbury Egg Stuffed Cupcakes 5 of 7
    Cadbury Egg Stuffed Cupcakes
    If brownies aren't your style try these Cadbury egg stuffed cupcakes instead. They're egg-cellent!
    Make cadbury egg stuffed cupcakes
  • Jelly Bean Bark 6 of 7
    Jelly Bean Bark
    You can't help but smile when you see this whimsical jelly bean bark! A fantastic way to use up leftover jelly beans.
    Make jelly bean bark
  • Chocolate Fondue 7 of 7
    Chocolate Fondue
    Transform your leftover Easter chocolate into a fun fondue. Chocolate covered strawberries anyone?
    Make chocolate fondue


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