Recipe to Make With Your Extra Halloween Candy There’s no such thing as too much candy on Halloween, but come November you may be looking for new ways to make a dent in your haul. This recipe calls for several different types of candy, and some could even pass as party snacks once the holidays roll around. Here is a creative ways to make use of your leftovers.
The beauty of candy bark is that it works as a base for nearly any type of candy you can think of. Start by melting 1.5 pounds of white chocolate together with 2 teaspoons of butter. Spread the mixture onto a baking sheet lined with greased foil and sprinkle it with whatever broken up bits of candy you have around. You can add Peeps, gummy candies, and even more chocolate. This is also a great application for any bags of peanuts or pretzels that may have gone ignored since Halloween. After the bark is left out to cool for about an hour, it’s ready to be broken up and enjoyed.