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5 Leftover Halloween Candy Recipes

-Tess Greenberg

  1. Leftover Halloween Candy Cookie Bars
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(Source: Today)

Buzzfeed’s Tasty partnered up with Today Show Food to create this spooky recipe, giving us the freedom to throw all of our favorite candies into this yummy cookie bar. Get the recipe here.

2. Leftover Halloween Candy Bark

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(Source: Kate Bernhardt)

A fast and easy way to get rid of the candy you would otherwise be picking at for months! Our Food Editor, Kate Bernhardt, created this recipe to take care of all that leftover candy in one chocolatey bite. Get the recipe here.

  1. Peanut Butter Cereal Treats Recipe
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(Source: Taste of Home)

Every year, we end up with bags and bags of M&M’s and nothing to do, but eat them 24/7. This recipe gets rid of them in the best way possible.  All you need is peanut butter Cap’n Crunch, Marshmallows, M&M’s, peanut butter, and butter to make this sweet trick or treat. Get the recipe here.

  1. Chocolate Peanut Butter Kit Kat Crunch Bars
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(Source: Averie Cooks)

These bars are perfect for any Kit Kat fanatic! The base is made of a peanut butter rice krispy treat, topped with a peanut butter, chocolate rice krispies and of course, a layer of Kit Kats. Get the recipe here.

  1. Candy Corn White Chocolate Fudge
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(Source: This Gal Cooks)

Not sure what to do with all that candy corn left behind? Coating it in white fudge, M&M’s and sprinkles might do the trick.  Get the recipe here.

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About Baked Magazine

Baked is Syracuse University’s student-run food magazine. Founded in 2011, Baked aims to widen food options for SU students by introducing kitchen amateurs to cooking, highlighting local businesses and eateries, and connecting readers to the greater Syracuse food community. It publishes one issue each semester.

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