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Halloween is the time when people put on the best costumes and go hunting for candy. But after you’ve had your fill with your favorite chocolate bar or gummy treat, what do you do with the leftovers? Don’t let those candies go to waste — make some of these heavenly, sweet creations instead.
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Have too many Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups leftover from a night of trick-or-treating but don’t want to turn on your oven to bake a cake? This easy slow cooker recipe will solve that problem.
This trail mix recipe uses Peanut Butter M&M’s, salted peanuts, Reese’s Pieces and more to create the perfect snack to take with you on a hiking trip or to eat at home while streaming happy shows on Netflix.
This peanut butter lovers swirl cake will be your new favorite dessert. This recipe is a perfect combination of chocolate and peanut butter using chopped pieces of one of the most popular candies in America, Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups.
If you’re looking for ways to jazz up boxed cake mix, use it as a base for these simple vanilla cupcakes with a sweet secret ingredient. The frosting includes melted Milky Way candy bars to create a smooth chocolate nougat topping for the cupcake.
What’s better than a pizza pie from your favorite pizza chain? A cookie pizza. But not any cookie pie, one covered in a chocolate sauce, pecans, coconut and M&M’s.
Some may think being out in nature is the best part of camping in a cabin, while others think it’s making s’mores. But take that simple s’mores recipe and add M&M’s and Milky Way bars to give it a fun twist.
This is an easy brownie recipe you can make with fewer than five ingredients. All you need is to use your favorite brownie mix, chocolate frosting and a bunch of Reese’s.
How can you make your cupcakes taste even better? Add some Snickers inside the cake and mix the chocolate bars into the frosting as well. But make sure you’re following these baking tips every home cook should know in order to get the best results.
Eating Halloween candies by themselves is great, but add them on top of a cupcake and you’ve got yourself a one-way ticket to a sugar rush. This recipe takes some of the best candies you get after trick-or-treating and uses them as garnishes on the cupcake.
This cake recipe will become your new guilty pleasure whenever you have leftover Snickers. This dessert is essentially a deconstructed Snickers candy bar in the form of a chocolate cake with peanuts and caramel in between.
This cookie sandwich recipe uses yummy vanilla ice cream between two peanut butter cookies and chunks of Baby Ruth candies on the outside.
This milkshake is a great recipe that will help you finish a gallon of milk. It will also help you make use of those leftover Halloween candies. Blend together milk, Tahitian vanilla bean ice cream, cream cheese and chunks of Baby Ruth candies.
There are plenty of fun backyard camping ideas perfect for fall, including preparing a delightful dessert beforehand. Turn classic s’mores into a pie by layering chocolate pudding, marshmallow fluff and Butterfingers on top of a graham cracker crust.
Turn Butterfinger candy bars into an enjoyable smoothie (which is honestly more like a milkshake). Combine ice cream with Butterfinger, milk and caramel syrup for this easy no-bake dessert.
Pretzel sticks are already a great snack food to have around the house, but this recipe will satisfy your sweet and salty cravings all at once. Dip your pretzel sticks in melted chocolate, sprinkle pieces of Butterfinger, Baby Ruth and Buncha Crunch and then freeze until solid enough to eat.
Here’s a fantastic recipe you can use the next time you visit the grocery store to get Halloween candies. Simply chop some pieces of Butterfinger, Baby Ruth and Buncha Crunch and mix it all in with marshmallows, pretzels, popcorn and more.
What’s a fun twist you can do to a popular Halloween candy like a Butterfinger? Make it into a cheesecake. All you need to do is make a cheesecake and cover it in a layer of chocolate and pieces of Butterfinger.
This dessert recipe may be difficult but you will definitely impress your guests with your baking skills. Top your Mexican vanilla bundt cake with a gooey caramel glaze and pieces of the nostalgic candy, Baby Ruth.
There are a bunch of unexpected ingredients you can try baking in your cookies, why not try a Tootsie Roll? This chocolate-based cookie recipe features melted Tootsie Rolls, which creates a ganache that sits perfectly in the middle of your cookie. If you’re in a baking mood now, here are some of our best cookie recipes.
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