10 recipes you can make with leftover Halloween candy

Trick or treat! Halloween is now behind us. This year, don’t let your leftover candy go to waste. Satisfy your sweet tooth with one of our 10 leftover Halloween candy recipes you can make this year.

Crispy Chocolate Sugar Cookies

In a mixing bowl, break up one roll of refrigerated, pre-packaged sugar cookie dough. Break mini crispy chocolate wafer bars in half. Knead candy pieces into the dough. Bake according to directions and let cool before serving.

Baked Peanut Butter Banana Boats

Cut a banana lengthwise, making sure not to cut all the way through. Spread your sliced banana with creamy peanut butter into the banana peel slit. Top with crushed, snack sized, chocolate candy bars. Spray aluminum foil with PAM®  and set banana on top to bake, scrunching the foil around the base so banana sits straight. Bake your banana boat for roughly 15 minutes at 350°F. Once cool, top your Peanut Butter Baked Banana Boat with a whoosh of Reddi-wip®.

Candy Land Popcorn Mix

Microwave a bag of Kettle Korn popcorn and just add small pieces of your favorite trick or treat candy!

Banana Chocolate Chunk “Ice Cream”

Trust us. One taste and you won’t believe that this “ice cream” is made with bananas and leftover candy! In an airtight container, freeze 4 cups of sliced, ripe bananas until solid. Blend frozen bananas in a food processor until banana mixture reaches a creamy consistency, similar to ice cream. Pour 2 packages of Swiss Miss® Simply Cocoa Dark Chocolate into your food processor and pulse until hot cocoa is completely blended into the banana mixture. Transfer banana mixture back into your airtight container. Stir in chocolate candy bar pieces. Scoop, serve, and top with a whoosh of Reddi-wip.

Mint Chocolate Chip Pudding

Stir a handful of Halloween chocolate candies with mint cream filling into a vanilla pudding cup. Mix in chocolate chips and add a few drops of green food coloring to enjoy a mint chocolate chip treat.

Marshmallow Popcorn Bars with Chocolate Candies 

This 15-minute, 100-calorie recipe brings together leftover candy-coated chocolates, marshmallows and microwave popcorn for a quick guilt-free snack.

Super-Easy Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate

Warm up with a cup of Super-Easy Peanut Butter Hot Chocolate. Just stir chocolate peanut butter cups into a cup of hot chocolate and top with a whoosh of Reddi-wip.

Crunchy Peanut Butter and Banana "Grilled Cheese"

This delicious dessert grilled cheese is one of our super simple recipes using leftover Halloween candy. Start by heating a large skillet over medium-high heat. Meanwhile, evenly spread peanut butter on one side of two slices of brioche bread. Top one slice of brioche with a thin layer of sliced bananas and sprinkle with pieces of a chocolate, caramel and peanut butter candy bar. Top with remaining bread slice, peanut butter side down. Spread Parkay® on the outside of your sandwich. Heat sandwich until golden brown.

Peanut Butter Popcorn Poppers

Peanut butter coated popcorn is topped with a Halloween, gummi candy favorite in this recipe.