Leftover Halloween Candy? Check Out These Fun, Unique Recipes!
Blog | October 26th, 2012
So, you have overestimated the number of trick-or-treaters in your community. If you find yourself with bags and bags of candy, what do you plan to do with it?
After the Halloween season, most people are a little over all the candy (if that’s possible). Looking for new ways to enjoy all the leftover candy? Transform them into amazing treats that you and the whole family will love!
The more items you include, the better it gets! Use your leftover candies, pretzels and nuts too!
You will need:
Sliced and small candies; you can include peanut butter cups, malted milk balls and chocolate caramels
1. Cook the brownies in the oven.
2. Top it right away with your sliced and small candies. Also, add some pretzels; you will definitely enjoy the sweet and salty combination.
3. Cook in the oven for another five minutes or until the candy melts.
2. Chocolate-Strawberry Licorice Bites
1 12-oz. bag Strawberry Twizzlers
1 cup semisweet chocolate chips
1 tablespoon multicolor nonpareils
1. Prepare your baking sheet in line and top it with parchment. Slice the strawberry Twizzlers into 1 1/2-inch long sections; arrange everything in one layer on your baking sheet.
2. Put the chocolate chips in a microwavable bowl and microwave on 50 percent power for 10-15 seconds. Stir and microwave for 10-15 seconds more. Stir it once more. Keep in the oven and stir until chocolate chips are melted and smooth.
3. Dip your fork in the melted chocolate and wave to and fro over Strawberry Twizzler. Dust with nonpareils. Let stand until chocolate has set.
3. Chocolate and Malt Pudding
The main ingredient in pudding is milk, and milk is potassium-rich. All the other ingredients in this pudding recipe are potassium-rich too.
You will need:
Malted milk powder
1. Mix all the other ingredients in a medium pan white continuously stirring. Gradually add milk to the sugar mixture until well blended.
2. After, place the pan under medium heat until it boils.
3. Cook for one minute more until the mixture becomes thick, while continuously stirring it. Remove from heat and then add chocolate chips and stir until smooth. Stir in vanilla flavor.
4. Transfer the pudding into a bowl and cover surface with a plastic wrap. Put it in a refrigerator and remove the plastic wrap.
5. Spoon 2/3 cup pudding into each of 6 bowls. Sprinkle each serving with 2 teaspoons crushed malted milk balls.
After all the trick-or-treating, costume parties and Jack-O-Lanterns, we will need to bid farewell to Halloween. However we can still get some treats out of leftover candies!
Do you like our post for today? What will you do with your leftover candy? Talk to us by writing your comments!