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Whether you have too much candy from trick or treating or you didn’t hand out all of your stash, we have some creative ways to get rid of it. Only to be used when you finally get sick of eating candy for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, of course.
Because Halloween is all about the candy corn, right?
The name is not deceiving. These are called compost cookies for a reason! This recipe includes every junk food you could ever want.
These blondies are a perfect way to use up all those mini candy bars.
If you’re a salty-sweet kind of person with too many Snickers on hand, this one’s for you.
Who doesn’t love Skittles? And who doesn’t love fudge? You can’t go wrong!
If apple and salad are in the name, that makes it healthy, right? Use your leftover candy bars to spice up some fruit. Your kids will love it!
The name may not be appealing, but it’s pretty appropriate. Basically, grab all your leftover candy and snacks and throw it together into a bark. What could go wrong?
Another salty-sweet treat for all the popcorn lovers. This one’s a little more versatile. Basically, pile in all the candy you have leftover and start chowing down!
Candy. Cookie. Pie. What’s it missing?!
Tart candies are the hardest to bake into things. However, Easy Baked found a way! If you’re swimming in sweet tarts, smarties, and other tart candies, give this cake a try.