Make the most of your leftover Halloween goodies with these chocolate candy dessert recipes.
Candy Dessert Recipes
Don’t let leftover Halloween candy go to waste–use it to make these mouthwatering treats! Dig into your children’s Halloween loot for the ingredients to these delicious recipes.
Cost per serving: $1.22
Try Snickers, Almond Joy or Reese’s peanut butter cups in this candy-lovers recipe. And if you’re in a hurry, feel free to skip the icing–the cake is perfectly delicious without it.
See Recipe: Candy Cake
Candy Corn Fudge
Cost per serving: 13¢
Make this rich dessert for pennies! If the fudge is too brittle to cut right out of the refrigerator, let it stand at room temperature until it has softened up a bit.
See Recipe: Candy Corn Fudge
Milky Way Pudding
Cost per serving: 87¢
Milky Way Midnight bars have darker chocolate than traditional Milky Ways, which gives this pudding a richer chocolate flavor. You can swap in the regular Milky Ways, but the pudding will be much sweeter and not as chocolatey.
See recipe: Milky Way Pudding
Cost per serving: $1.17
This treat-inspired twist on cheesecake is sure to be a hit this Halloween. You can swap in another kind of candy for the Snickers, if you prefer: peanut butter cups, malted milk balls or chocolate-covered toffee bars all work well. Then drizzle with chocolate syrup for extra decadence.
See recipe: Snickers Cheesecake
Almond Joy Brownies
Cost per serving: 58¢
These decadent Almond Joy Brownies will be a Halloween hit! For a creamy, nut-free take on this recipe, try 12 chopped snack-size 3 Musketeers bars in place of the Almond Joys.
See Recipe: Almond Joy Brownies
Chocolate-Strawberry Licorice Bites
Cost per serving: 7¢
Use everyone’s favorite chewy candy to make these fun-to-eat Chocolate-Strawberry Licorice Bites! For a different look, drizzle melted white chocolate over chocolate-flavored Twizzlers, then top them with orange and yellow sprinkles or nonparells for a cute Halloween theme.
See Recipe: Chocolate-Strawberry Licorice Bites
Peanut Butter Cup Pie
Cost per serving: $1.26
Chocolate, peanut butter and ice cream? This to-die-for combo will be tasty treat for Halloween guests. If you want to try another flavor, opt for peppermint patties with chocolate ice cream and chocolate cookie crust instead of graham cracker.
See Recipe: Peanut Butter Cup Pie