8 Ways to Turn Leftover Halloween Candy Into a Decadent Dessert
Thanks to Hurricane Sandy, your Trick-or-Treating crowd might have been a little thin this year — so now you’re stuck with piles of M&Ms and Milky Way bars. To put that candy to good use, and keep it from going stale, we’ve found some fun ways to turn your leftover loot into a decadent dessert for your Halloween party guests.
Rolo CakeThis gooey butter cake by Cookies & Cups is topped with our favorite (and often forgotten) chocolaty treat -- Rolos.
3 Musketeers CupcakesThis light-and-airy candy bar makes a delightful cupcake topper--get inspired with this idea from Cookies & Cups.
Whopper Cookie BarsWhat to do with this retro candy? Try Shugary Sweets' rich-and-chocolaty bars.
Milky Way KrispiesNutella, Milky Ways and Rice Krispies come together to make this indulgent treat.
Reeses Peanut Butter Cup CookiesThese rich cookies come together with just two ingredients: peanut butter cups and an egg.
Chocolate Malted Whopper CookiesCrispy Whoppers add just the right amount of crunch to these chocolate cookies.
Better Than Anything Butterfinger CakeMoist yellow cake from a box is topped with whipped cream, caramel sauce, and crumbled Butterfinger candy to make this crowd-pleasing cake.
Chocolate Halloween BarkUse chocolate and peanut butter candies to make this sweet party favor from The Curvy Carrot.
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