Buy Extra Candy This Halloween And Make These 10 Desserts

Buy Extra Candy This Halloween and Make These 10 Desserts

Every October, comes the night when you dress up as your favorite characters: Spider-Man, Catwoman, and even Guy Fieri or some other food celebrity. You probably also buy and consume lots of candy. Snickers, M&M's, and Hershey's are among the candies that Americans eat most. If on November 1st, you find a little too much candy left over in your pumpkin-shaped baskets, you can use it to make dessert.  But what if the trick-or-treaters descend en masse and there's barley an M&M left over? Better buy some extra, just in case.  

Candied Cupcakes

Have you even had Starburst Candy Corn? If not, this is the perfect dessert to try it in. Just make a batch of vanilla cupcakes and decorate them with this colorful candy corn variation.

For the Candied Cupcakes recipe, click here.

Candy Bar Croissants

These croissants taste as good as they look. A rich, buttery treat, they combine refrigerated crescent rolls and chocolate bars. You can use any candy bar you'd like: Snickers, Hershey's, even Kit Kats to make an enticing Halloween treat

For the Candy Bar Croissant recipe, click here.

Candy Corn Caramel Apples

Who doesn't love a candy apple on Halloween? This caramel apple adds candy corn to give it a tasty Halloween twist. Make these as party favors at your next Halloween party. — The Daily Meal Staff

For the Candy Corn Caramel Apples recipe, click here.

Candy Corn Milkshake

This creamy, vanilla milkshake takes an unexpected twist with candy corn. The combination of candy corn, peanuts, and ice cream makes a salty sweet beverage perfect for any Halloween party. — The Daily Meal Staff

For the Candy Corn Milkshake recipe, click here.

Candy-Infused Gin

Use a sugar-coated candy such as Skittles or Starbursts for this sweet drink — a quaffable dessert. Add the candy to the bottom of a pitcher, pour in the gin, and let the candy infuse the gin for at least 24 hours. Serve this sweet drink at your Halloween party with your other sweet treats.

For the Candy-Infused Gin recipe, click here.

Deep-Fried Candy Bars

Dare to be bold with this dessert. Buy extra Snickers, Kit Kats, and Reese's and fry them up. When the candy bars come out of the fryer, dust them with powdered sugar and cocoa powder.

For the Deep-Fried Candy Bars recipe, click here.

Easy Halloween Candy Chocolate Truffles

Indian Corn is a chocolate-flavored candy corn that is perfect for truffles. Cut the Indian corn in small pieces and mix it into your truffle batter before you form them into balls. Your Halloween truffles with have a nice marshmallowy flavor from the added candy.

For the Easy Halloween Candy Chocolate Truffles recipe, click here.

Halloween Candy Fudge Brownies

Make a chocolaty and delicious dessert recipe for your Halloween guests. Make brownies as you normally would and add in your favorite chocolates for an extra fudgy treat.

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M&M Blondies

These easy, tasty bars are like a cross between chocolate chip cookies and brownies. You get a bit of the caramel-brown-butter flavor that many love about chocolate chip cookies, but with the thick and moist texture of brownies. The peanut M&M's add a colorful touch, but you can also use regular ones (or just chocolate chips). — Allison Beck

For the M&M Blondies recipe, click here.

Reese’s Spiders

Scare your guests this Halloween with Reese's spiders. Use the chocolate as the body of the spider and make the arms out of pretzels — it's a salty sweet treat that everyone will surely eat. 

For the Reese's Spiders recipe, click here.