Over 50 Ideas for What to Do with Leftover Candy
Leftover candy recipes transform your favorite candies into an even better dessert. Whether you still have leftover Halloween candy, chocolates from Valentine’s Day, treats from the Easter Bunny, or you just want to turn your favorite chocolate bars into decadent sweets, these recipe ideas will help you decide what to do with leftover candy.
Leftover Candy Recipes
Food bloggers have a certain superpower. We can take something already delicious, like our favorite candy, and turn it into something even more irresistible.
This is all so we can tempt out readers with amazing dessert recipes made from leftover candy bars. Because we know you raided your kids’ Halloween stash or their baskets were overflowing at Easter. Or maybe you just want to take some items you have lying around and turn it into a dessert you can bring to a party or serve to your family and friends.
What can you do with leftover candy?
The desserts you can make with leftover candy bars and other chocolate and candies are endless. But let’s break it down to the basics.
- Use candy to decorate cakes or top cupcakes.
- Stir chopped candy bars into homemade ice cream.
- Stuff some into cookies
- Sprinkle them in brownies
And much, much more. Do I have some amazing recipes to make with leftover candy for you to enjoy. Check out these desserts made with:
- Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
- Reese’s Pieces
- Heath Bars
- Hershey Bars
- Almond Joy
- Milky Way
- Kit Kat
- Candy Corn
Reese's might be the first to disappear, but make sure to save some because these desserts will tempt any chocolate and peanut butter love Candy corn may be the most polarizing candy, but whether you love it or hate it, you have to admit these desserts are pretty amazing.
Leftover Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups Recipes
Leftover M&M’s Recipes
Leftover Reese's Pieces Recipes
Leftover Heath Bars and Toffee Recipes
Leftover Hershey Bar Recipes
Leftover Almond Joy and Mounds Recipes
Leftover Snickers Recipes
Leftover Milky Way Recipes
Leftover Kit Kat Recipes
Leftover Candy Corn Recipes
Reese's might be the first to disappear, but make sure to save some because these desserts will tempt any chocolate and peanut butter love
Candy corn may be the most polarizing candy, but whether you love it or hate it, you have to admit these desserts are pretty amazing.