By: Phoebe Knight
What to expect for Halloween this year: Trick-or-treating, hordes of small children in adorable costumes, and candy. Lots of candy. Fortunately, you don’t have to swim through tiny candy wrappers for the rest of the year. You can shrink the stash by sweetening desserts and drinks with these fun leftover Halloween candy recipe ideas.
Scoop up all the mini-Twix bars for this easy, no-bake pie. It whips together in thirty minutes, and serves eight.
If it’s salad, it has to be healthy, right? Apples, cream cheese, whipped topping, and of course, Snickers, all come together to create this eight-serving treat.
This recipe uses both Reece’s Peanut Butte Cup and Reece’s Pieces. Decadent, delicious, and totally worth it.
This versatile recipe can be used with any mini-chocolate bars. A great opportunity to experiment with different flavors and brands to see which tastes best!
Candy Corn and Pumpkin Spice M&Ms blend together to make this perfect fall snack. Makes for a festive goody served to party guests in a decorative paper cup.
Easy to make and delightful to eat, the worst part of Tootsie Roll fudge isn’t unwrapping all those little candies, but how quickly this treat disappears once it’s made.
This recipe lets you use handfuls of your favorite Halloween candy to make a temptingly chewy cookie cake.
If you’re ready for grown-up fun once the trick-or-treating has come to an end, this Candy Corn Vodka recipe can hit the spot.
Whipped topping, pudding, and a variety of chocolate candies make up this tasty layered trifle.
Let your kids pick their own candy fillers for these make-at-home ice pops. They will love uncovering the sweet surprise.
Candy, peanut butter and cream cheese blend to make an irresistible dip. Scoop it up with your favorite cookie or fruit.
This recipe is the perfect mix of salty and sweet for those who like a little savory in their treats.
Adorable and tasty, Tootsie Roll Acorns delight both children and adults.
If you prefer fruity-tart sweets to chocolate, this is the recipe for you. Nerds are mixed into Kool-Aid infused muffin mix for this sugary rainbow confection.
Break out the blender for this thick, frosty treat. You may need a spoon to eat it, though!