We've got some great recipes that use those fun-sized treats.
Halloween is over and now youíre left with tons of candy and youíre kids probably have quite a stash too. You donít need to throw it away or pig-out on it; you can use the candy to make some mouthwatering desserts.
And if youíre sweet tooth canít take any more, there are some other alternatives. Holley Johnson, food editor for MyRecipes.com
says you can freeze chocolate until the upcoming holiday season or use the candy to decorate gingerbread houses, wreaths, or put them out in a candy dish during a party.
The people at MyRecipes.com
have come up with some great ways to use left-over candy for cakes, cookies and more óand a few are low-fat! Just click on the link that sounds tasty and weíll send you to the recipe. Heavenly Candy Bar Cupcakes: Melt your extra mini candy bars for the chocolate cupcake batter, and top the frosted cakes with candy corn or chopped candy bars.
Heavenly Candy Bar Cake: Steal a few mini Milky Way bars from your childís Halloween sack and use them in the batter of this chocolate-frosted three-layer cake. Snickerís Cheesecake: Itís hard to believe that anyone would have leftover Snickerís bars, but if you do, chop them up and use them as a topping for this sinfully creamy cheesecake. Trash Mix: Create the ultimate salty-sweet combo with little pretzel pieces, gummy worms, chocolate-covered candy pieces, and candy corn. Stir in a mixture of dried fruits and banana chips for snack that your kids will love.
Caramel Brownies: Top brownie batter with caramel squares and get rich, fudgy brownies with ooey-gooey caramel in the centers.
Chocolate and Malt Pudding: A basic chocolate pudding becomes a bowl of fun when you stir in malted milk powder and chocolate chips, and top with chopped malted milk ball candiesóbetter known as Whoppers.
Chocolate-Toffee Puffs: Crushed chocolate-covered toffee bars add both rich flavor and a little crunch to chocolate meringue cookies.
Double Chocolate Chunk Cookies: Chocolate chip cookies are twice as nice when you use both milk chocolate bars and semisweet chocolate chunks.
Two-Layer Caramel-Pecan Bars: Experience sheer delight when you bite into a chewy pecan bar with a decadent buttery crust and a gooey caramel topping.
Toffee Crunch Cake: Dazzle your guests with a double-layer chocolate cake covered in a creamy caramel-toffee frosting and topped with chopped almonds.
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