DIY Your Extra Halloween Candy!

DIY Your Extra Halloween Candy!

Jeff Golden

Wonder how to get rid of those extra Halloween candies sitting in yo ur spooky basket? Create some tasty treats to savor and devour. Here are a few recipes you should totally make out of those leftover candies.

Bake up a quick batch of delicious Halloween candy cookies. The cookies include of  ½ cup of unsalted butter (melted), ⅓ cup of sugar, ½ cup of light brown sugar, 1 large egg, 1 teaspoon of vanilla, ½ teaspoon of baking soda, ½ teaspoon of salt, 1 ½ cups of all purpose flour, 1 ½ cups of M&Ms, and chopped up Twix, Snickers, KitKat, and Reese’s.

To begin, mix your unsalted butter and both sugars on low power. When the mixture is smooth, mix in your egg and teaspoon of vanilla on medium until it is perfectly combined. Mix in your baking soda and salt and slowly mix in your flour.

This recipe includes chilling your dough, so after you have your dough on the tray, wrap and chill it for 2 hours. Then, bake the cookies, the size of two tablespoons, for 15 minutes or until cookies are golden brown. This recipe makes 24 Halloween cookies.

Have a milky way malt in November that you can simply make with some of the extra Halloween candy of yours.

All you need is 2 tbsp dark fudge sauce, 2 tbsp butterscotch or caramel sauce, 2 tbsp whole milk, 1 tbsp malted milk powder, 10 oz vanilla frozen custard or French vanilla ice cream, slightly softened, whipped cream for garnish, and 2 or 3 whoppers crushed for garnish.

First thing you want to do is put both the sauces along the inside of the cup or glass in whatever manner you may chose. Then you combine the milk, malt powder, and custard or ice cream in a blender and blend until the mix is smooth and thick.

Now, put your newly made mix into your cup or glass and top it off with some whipped cream and some of the whoppers that you crushed. Finally, you can enjoy your milky way malt in November!