How to make delicious candy creations from leftover Halloween candy.  These candy recipes tutorials include a kit kat cake, frozen Reese’s peanut butter cups, peanut butter candy popcorn, butterfinger brownies, candy bark, candy blondies, candy stuffed brownies, candylicious cookies and milky way ice cream pie.  There is nothing quite like desserts with a twist, and these leftover Halloween candy recipes will give you tons of ideas on how to make regular desserts spectacular. {{knuckle bumps}}

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Here are 1694 Recipes with pictured tutorials and directions if you’’re looking for more fun snacks and treats.

Leftover Halloween Candy

Halloween Cady Bark Recipe

1.  Halloween Candy Bark Recipe ~ Everyone has too much candy after the holidays, so disguise it by creating this Halloween candy park, package it up with a cute gift tag, and give it as a gift to your friends and neighbors.

Halloween Candy Blondies

2.  Halloween Candy Blondies ~ Make a favorite brownie treat more colorful with m&m’s and candy bars.

Leftover Candy Stuffed Brownies

3.  Leftover Candy Stuffed Brownies ~ Who can resist rich, chocolatey and chewy brownies?! Not I! Add some chopped up leftover Halloween candy for added color, flavor and texture.

Fudgy Brownies with Crunchy Butterfinger Crust

4.  Fudgy Brownies with Crunchy Butterfinger Crust ~ This is a great recipe to use up leftover Halloween candy. All you need is 8 fun size Butterfinger bars for the crust.

Peanut Butter Candy Popcorn

5.  Peanut Butter Candy Popcorn ~ You can have the best of both world’s with this scrumptious popcorn. It’s popcorn drizzled with chocolate and peanut butter candy.

Candy Cake

Halloween Candy Cookies Cake

6.  Halloween Candy Cookies Cake ~ Let the holiday baking begin! This is the best time to bake isn’’t it?  You can unload 1 1/2 cups of your child’s Halloween candy into this scrumptious candy cake. 

Ultimate Kit Kat Cake

7.  Ultimate Kit Kat Cake ~ Know someone who’s crazy for Kit Kat bars? This amazingly easy 6-layer cake gets a sleek and sophisticate design from two rows of tiled Kit Kat bars. Inside is the best chocolate cake you will ever have! 

Candy Bar Cake

8.  Candy Bar Cake ~ You’ll love this poke cake candy bar version, it’s a german chocolate cake drizzled with a sweetened condensed milk and caramel mixture topped with a cream cheese/whipped cream frosting and loaded with chopped candy bars.

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Homemade Butterfinger Cups Peanut Butter Ice Cream

9.  Homemade Butterfinger Cups Peanut Butter Ice Cream ~ For a unique ice cream treat, we decided to combine our homemade vanilla ice cream with chunks of Nestle’s new Butterfinger Cups (available at Walmart), which are full of our favorite Butterfinger Bar flavor in a rich and creamy cup, making this treat the perfect addition or topping to any ice cream dessert.

Frozen Reese's Peanut Butter Cups

10.  Frozen Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups ~ These ice cream cups with Reese’s are bursting with flavor. They are made with a graham cracker crust, bits of Reese’s, ice cream, and Cool Whip.

Ice Cream Milky Way Brownie Pie

11.  Ice Cream Milky Way Brownie Pie ~ Layers of Brownie, Vanilla Ice Cream, Chocolate Ice Cream, Milky Way Bites and Caramel … Wowzer! Perfect for birthdays, celebrations, family gatherings or just because!

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Chocolate Peanut Butter Kit Kat Crunch Bars

12.  Chocolate Peanut Butter Kit Kat Crunch Bars ~ A soft peanut butter base, topped with a crunchy chocolate and kit kat pieces layer.

No-Bake Peanut Butter Fudge

13.  No-Bake Peanut Butter Fudge ~ Creamy peanut butter fudge topped with crushed butterfinger’s.  You can dip in melted chocolate or if you don’t prefer the extra chocolate you can leave it out.

Candy Corn Magic Bars

14.  Candy Corn Magic Bars ~ Instead of adding chocolate chips to magic bars try adding candy corn.  

Candylicious Cookies

15.  Candylicious Cookies ~ Chop up leftover candy bars to add to your favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe or you can use the recipe provided.

 

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