Like you have any leftover Halloween candy. . . right? But if you do, here’s how to turn that pile of sugar into treats you can eat, gift, or enjoy. Bake one of these treats and watch your leftover Halloween candy disappear.
I’ve done the work for you and rounded up 45+ recipes and activities that you can use. Because you can only handle your kids constant candy requests for so long.
Almond Roca is super addictive and nice to give as Christmas gifts. Watch it disappear.
I make these every Christmas and they’re a favourite with my music students and their families.
A nice pumpkin-spiced treat you can make while everyone is still in the mood for pumpkin.
Impress your guests with this Mike and Ike cocktail.
This idea looks a bit time consuming, but oh so adorable!
So bright and fun!!
At least 10 different people have tagged me on Facebook with this photo because they know how much my son loves trains. Kit Kat bars make excellent tracks!
Magic bars are one of those squares that everyone wants seconds.
I can feel the calories just looking at these cupcakes.
Peanut Butter Cups and Reeses Pieces
Here’s a way to use your skittles that doesn’t involve eating them, all in the name of science.
A sweet idea for your little artist’s birthday party.
Smarties, M&M’s, and Hersheys
Nothing says love like a chocolate chip cookie. Make a batch and give it to your child’s classroom teacher. She’ll need it while all of her students are extra hyper for the next week.
These candies are staples of gingerbread house decorating, so put them in the freezer and use them in December.
What if I don’t have enough leftover Halloween Candy?
Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered. You can always make candy bar fondue!
Kristen is a former farm kid turned urban gardener who owns the popular gardening website, Shifting Roots. She is obsessed with growing flowers and pushing the limits of what can be grown in her zone 3b garden. She also loves to grow tomatoes, but oddly enough, dislikes eating them raw.