Halloween has come and gone, but now you're stuck with piles and piles of leftover candy. We've found some delicious recipes you should try that will make the most of your hard-earned goodies.
Well, it's official. Halloween is over, and now our focus is switching over to Thanksgiving and Christmas, among other holidays that are occurring in the coming months. But, before we start thinking about what to bring to Thanksgiving dinner or how much money we're gonna save during Black Friday shopping, we want to take some time and revel in the ghosts of Halloween's past and share five easy-to-follow recipes for all of that leftover Halloween candy. After all, we'd hate to see all of that hard work you put into trick-or-treating go to waste!
Candy Corn Parfait
Courtesy of Baked Bree
Um, yes, please. With layers of chocolate pudding, candy corn pieces, and whipped cream, this is a must-have dessert for any fall or winter festivities. Get the full recipe on Baked Bree.
Mounds Bar Cookies
Courtesy of Weary Chef
Mounds may be one of the most-underappreciated Halloween candies, so you're almost sure to have leftovers if you bought any. Get the full recipe on Weary Chef.
Chewy Butterfinger Cookies
Courtesy of Sally's Baking Addiction
If you have any of these in your leftover Halloween candy, then these cookies are the perfect way to use them! Plus, they're ready in 15 minutes flat. Who doesn't love that? Get the full recipe on Sally's Baking Addiction.
Take Five Candy Bar Brownies
Courtesy of Noble Pig
Yeah, we can already feel the cavities forming just looking at those brownies! Get the full recipe on Noble Pig.
Crazy Halloween Blondies
Courtesy of Taste of Home
This recipe is perfect if you've got a variety of Halloween candy leftover, like M&M's, candy corn, and chocolate. There's truly no limit to the number of goodies you can add -- the sky's the limit! Get the full recipe on Taste of Home.
Are there other fun recipes for leftover Halloween candy? Share them with us in the comments below.