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And now to answer the age old question of November 1sts everywhere, “What are we going to do with all of this candy?” Thanks to pinners everywhere, I have 34 fabulous recipe ideas for you.
Unless your dentist does a buy back like ours does?
Monster magic seven layer bars
Reese’s stuffed chocolate chip cookies
Peanut butter cup ice cream cake
Chocolate peanut butter cup cookies
Happy baking (or buy-back-ing, whatever the case may be), friends!
Jessica Christian says
WOW! This post is a super saviour for a dumb soul like me! I mean the left over candy has always been a big question mark infront of my eyes. ALWAYSSSS!
But thats not the case anymore 😉 .. Now I can deal with it, smartly. A bunch of thanks to you for that !
Ha, Jess, I love this. Halloween candy always stumps me as well (though, my answer has always been “EAT IT, all of it!” hahaha). 🙂 Glad this helps you out!
Leftover Halloween candy??? Never heard of it… Hahaha…
Love you Kirst! Miss you tons! Loved the kids costumes this year – your talent shines!
Haha- Kedran, I would eat almost all of the candy myself (seriously). I am trying to make myself a small-ish bag, make Adam a small-ish bag, fish out the kids’ favorites (tootsie rolls and lollipops- what’s wrong with them?) and get rid of the rest. Though, right now I also have a giant bag full of fun-size candy bars to make the candy bar bark for a shower next weekend. 🙂
Thanks for the costume compliments- high honor coming from the Queen Of Costumes. 🙂 LOVE YOU back!
Oh man! Wish I would have seen this post about 2 hours earlier. I just ate myself sick with Halloween candy…
Ha- totally with you Allison. I can’t seem to pass our Halloween candy basket without grabbing something sugar-y!
Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl says
This is a great list of recipes, especially if you’re like me and seeing those bite size candies are pure dangerous!
Absolutely- pure danger…