Have your kids brought home mountains of candy bars and chocolates from trick or treating? Or maybe you just couldn’t pass on those great Halloween candy deals. Whatever the reason, if you’ve got way too much candy at home, we’ve got eight exciting treat recipes that will help you use it all up.
1. M&M’s Cookies by Dinner Then Dessert
Soft, chewy, and chocolatey with a crunch! Make the most colorful cookies by adding M&M’s to your classic chocolate chip cookie recipe. Time-saving hack: use premade cookie mix and add M&M’s for a quicker recipe.
2. Fudgy KitKat Blondies by Marsha’s Baking Addiction
These blondies are stuffed with whole KitKat bars for added crunch! They’re the definition of treat yo’ self! Chances are that you already have all the ingredients you need: eggs, butter, sugar, flour, and vanilla extract.
3. Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups Banana Bread by The Cookie Rookie
Peanut butter–banana is a heavenly combination, so peanut butter cup banana bread is the logical next step. This irresistible loaf is moist, flavorful, and beloved by all. What are you waiting for? Gather your ingredients and start baking!
4. Skittles Fudge by Suburban Simplicity
If you love white chocolate fudge, you’ll adore this version that’ll let you taste the rainbow. Simply melt white chocolate chips and condensed milk, then stir in the Skittles swirling with a toothpick to get your desired look. Refrigerate until firm and enjoy!
5. Microwave Snickers Mug Cake by Kimspired DIY
Cake in under two minutes? Sign us up! Pick up your favorite mug to make this ooey gooey chocolatey treat topped with Snickers bars chunks. This recipe includes the basic ingredients you might expect like flour, sugar, milk, and baking powder, but you won’t want to miss the key secret ingredient. Check out the recipe by Kimspoired DIY to find out what it is!
6. Twix Bar Brownies by Life Made Delicious
The execution is simple, but the result is out of this world! Use your go-to boxed brownie mix together with a handful of easy-to-find ingredients for the caramel goodness that your heart desires.
7. Candy Corn Marshmallow Popcorn by Two Sisters Crafting
We couldn’t create a roundup of Halloween candy recipes without the all-time classic, Candy Corn. People have strong opinions about Candy Corn, but with this sweet and salty popcorn recipe, you’ll feel strongly about how yummy it is.
8. No-Bake Oreo Cheesecake by Recipe Fairy
We love a simple no-bake dessert, and this Oreo cheesecake tops the list. Heavy whipping cream, butter, and cream cheese are the base ingredients, but the crushed Oreos inside the batter and in the crust are what give it the perfect crunch.
There’s no reason to get bored of the Halloween treats you’ve collected. With these creative recipes, you can recycle your candy bars to create desserts that your whole family will love. Remember to visit Flipp for the best deals on all the ingredients you’ll need.