T-24 Hours Before All Candy Is On SALE

Today is Halloween, which means in 24 short hours, all the Halloween candy you can find will be on sale.  Oh happy day! While discount candy can obviously be just eaten directly from the wrapper (or from the freezer because everyone knows that peanut butter cups are more delicious frozen), here are some fancy things to do with that Halloween candy if you are inclined to be creative.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Kit Kat Crunch Bars.  Take a minute and read that again.  Chocolate. Peanut Butter. Kit Kat. Crunch bars.  These are fast and easy (less than 15 minutes of work) and you get the most delicious use of empty calories ever.

Chocolate Peanut Butter Kit Kat Crunch Bars (no-bake) - Easy Recipe at averiecooks.com

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In 44 seconds, you could have snickers hot fudge. Yup, in less than a minute, you can have a chocolate-y, caramel-y fudge topping for ice cream.

Twix Cookie Dough Cheesecake bars

Twix + Choc Chip Fudge Cookie Dough + Cheesecake Bars from Bakers Royale1

Twix + cookie dough + cheesecake = orgasm. Get the recipe here.

And, for those of you that don’t like chocolate – while I don’t understand you, I have not forgotten you. Try this sugar rush of sugar.  The Sweet Tart and Pixy Stix Cake is the perfect cake for you.

Bottom Line: There is always something delicious to do with candy.

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