Now that the trick-or-treaters have come and gone, your costume party went off without a hitch, and you’ve sorted through the kids’ candy loot, you’re probably left wondering how in the world your family is going to manage eating all the sweets they’ve brought home. We’ve gathered up a few fun recipes for you to try!
Candy Bar Cheesecake Brownies
Dip into your stash of chocolates and chop them up to add a sweet surprise to these decadent cheesecake brownies with a cream cheese frosting!
These oat monster cookies made with candy corn and candy coated peanut butter chocolates are spooky good! This recipe makes about four dozen medium-sized cookies, so you’ll be prepared to take them to your next holiday party.
Pumpkin Ice Cream Pie
There’s nothing complicated about this ice cream pie! With a pre-made chocolate cream crust and canned pumpkin this dessert is super simple! You can even use your own homemade ice cream—made in just 20 minutes with the Bosch ice cream maker attachment!
Pumpkin Spice Party Mix
The best thing about this party mix is that you can pretty much use any cereal and snacks you have on hand. Follow this recipe to bake the butter, pumpkin spice and cereal. After it cools, add in the chocolate and candy. This is a great game time snack just to whip up before guests come over!
Candy Apple Salad
This creamy, crunchy fruit salad has a sweet surprise: your leftover candy bars!
Java Chocolate Banana Bread
Add pieces from your favorite chocolate bar into this delicious java banana bread recipe! You’ll never look at banana bread the same.
Crispy Peanut Butter Cereal Treats
Elevate your cereal bars by adding bits of peanut butter candy to them! This recipe is ridiculously easy to whip up if you need a treat to serve at a party!
Confetti Compost Cookies
Here’s a delicious solution for your snack cabinet overflowing with random Halloween leftovers: combine those bat pretzels, cookie crumbs, crushed up candy, and the leftover chips from your Halloween party into this fun confetti compost cookie!
Don’t let all those yummy Halloween treats go to waste— utilize them in the recipes above and we’ll bet at least one becomes your family’s new favorite dessert!