Have Halloween candy leftover from Trick-or-Treating? Use up extra candy bars, candy corn, chocolate, and the rest of your Halloween candy stash in these recipes.
While the kids may be excited about Halloween and the bags of candy they will get, this momma is not so excited! Every year, we have a ton of candy left over and it just sits there. Or worse, I find myself hitting the candy bowl way too often.
This year, I’m determined to not stuff my face while the kids are at school. There are a ton of ways to use up leftover Halloween candy. Get the candy out of the bowl and whip up some yummy desserts that will have the whole family drooling, and get it GONE in no time!
If your candy bowl is overflowing with fun-size chocolate bars or you have candy corn coming out of your ears, there’s a sweet recipe that will use up all of that leftover Halloween candy!
Recipes Using Leftover Halloween Candy
This no bake popcorn cake will take your movie night to the next level! It’s a very fun snack to bring along with you to any occasion!
Slow Cooker Chocolate Peanut Butter Bliss Cake is an amazing dessert that feeds a crowd. Loaded with amazing chocolate and peanut butter you’ll love it.
Kids and adults alike will be wowed by this fun and easy Dessert Charcuterie Board. Perfect to serve at your next birthday party, game night, book club, or any get together!
This Candy Corn Bark is a simple chocolate treat to put together quickly and a great way to use up that Candy Corn!
Love Twix candy bars? Then you'll love them even more when they're surrounded by creamy cheesecake in this scrumptious Twix Cheesecake Pie.
These Peanut Butter Snickers Cheesecake Brownies are rich, chocolatey and absolutely sinful. Just the way a brownie should be!
Creamy peanut buttery and chocolatey No-Bake Snicker Bar Pie ~ It's chocolate Snickers deliciousness for any occasion. Oh yeh, my friends, you'll want to steal the kids' trick-or-treat candy for this one. A perfect recipe for using up leftover Halloween candy, too!
After I go through all of the candy my kids bring home, getting rid of all of the candy that has gluten in it, then I snag a lot of the chocolate treats for baking treats like these gluten-free Halloween cookies.
M&M's Butterscotch Puffed Rice Cookies with Cake batter frosting
M&M’s Butterscotch and Chocolate Puffed Rice Cookies – These no bake holiday cookies are so easy to make and super addictive! Butterscotch Chocolate M&Ms Puffed rice cookies with a creamy cake batter cheesecake frosting.
These Andes Mint cookies pack a perfect flavor combination of chocolate and mint that will put all other chocolate mint cookies to shame.
A super moist chocolate cupcake, dipped in creamy Nutella hazelnut spread, and crunchy chocolate pieces. The perfect combination of textures that will satisfy any sweet tooth!
When bags of Reese’s peanut butter cups are on sale, I like to pick some up to make these gluten-free Reese’s brownies. If you love chocolate and peanut butter together, you’ll love these gluten-free peanut butter cup brownies!
These addictively delicious Halloween Rocky Road Slices are chock-full of crunchy, soft, chewy, gooey sweet goodies that make them the perfect cute Halloween treat for trick-or-treaters.
Peanut butter cheesecake is speckled with crushed Butterfingers and stuffed with a peanut butter cup and topped with a dollop of fresh whipped cream.
These Rolo stuffed chocolate cookies are going to be a new family favorite. Delicious, soft, and chewy chocolate cookies with an ooey gooey Rolo center.
These lemon drop cookies are tart, sweet, and totally addictive. They get their delicious lemon flavor from crushed lemon drops baked right in!
These reese's cookies are easy to prepare and even easier to eat! Such a delicious way to use leftover candy!
Delicious recipe for Caramel TWIX Popcorn. A homemade caramel sauce is melted on the popcorn along with chopped up TWIX candy bars!
Rich, buttery chocolate shortbread sandwich cookies are just begging to be filled with your favorite frosting! Of course, chocolate and orange is a seasonal favourite, but is there really anything better than chocolate and mint?
No Bake Kit Kat Squares are an easy recipe for a layered chocolate dessert that come together without baking. Kit Kats are a favorite or mine but you could easily try this with other candy bars too.
Amazing chocolate crispies made with caramel, cornflakes and hazelnuts, these chocolate squares would make a wonderful homemade Christmas gift.