There’s nothing wrong with a bowl of Halloween candy. We love a Milky Way or Twix bar as much as anyone, but sometimes a whole bowl can be daunting. Switch things up and bake your favorite candies into new sweet treats.
Candy Bar Latte
A coffee and candy bar combined makes for a rich, decadent and delicious latte and it will use up a Snickers, melted right into your drink. See the recipe.
Freezer Butterfinger Pie
This cream cheese and candy no-bake pie is perfect for making now and freezing until you’re not sick of candy. See the recipe.
Candy Corn and Salted Peanut Rice Krispie Treats
There’s nothing subtle about these sugar bombs, but that’s what’s so great about the nostalgic treat. See the recipe.
Creamy Peanut Butter Pie
This pie is creamy, it’s dreamy, it’s everything you want in a decadent peanut butter dessert that sits in a chocolate crust and is topped with your extra Reese’s cups. See the recipe.
Candy Bar Cappuccino Cake
This Candy Bar Cappuccino Cake is a sweet treat stacked with layers of chocolate cake soaked in caramel sauce and topped with a malted milk chocolate frosting and chopped candy bars of your choice. See the recipe.
M&M Cookie Bars
Use up all those mini “individual” M&M packs in these cookie bars. The best part? Since you can press the dough into one pan, you don’t have to waste time scooping individual cookies. See the recipe.
Heath Bar Cheesecake
A classic dessert combined with a popular candy bar for a sweet treat that will appeal everyone. See the recipe.
Loaded Apple Nachos
These sweet nachos are made up of apple chips loaded with caramel sauce, peanut butter and Snickers chunks. Although, we think it would be great with Twix or Rolos too. See the recipe.
Salted Caramel Pretzel Candy Bark
While M&M’s are shown in the picture, feel free to load up your bark with Reese’s Pieces or any chopped candy bar of your choosing. See the recipe.
Sweet and Salty Halloween Candy Popcorn
Make a bowl of popcorn, we like to leave it unbuttered, still salt it, and stir in candy and white chocolate while it’s still warm. See the recipe.
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