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Top 5 Ways To Use Your Leftover Halloween Candy This Year

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If your family is anything like mine then you probably have a lot of leftover Halloween candy once the holiday passes and sugar-fever subsides. Now, I know this isn’t really a problem, per se, because come on, you can never be too rich or have too much candy, amirite? But for those of you just itching to get your candy-craft on, there are options. OH so many options.

Now, everyone and their food-blogging mothers do a post about leftover candy fun. Whether it’s cute recipes or crafty projects, everyone gets in on the excitement. But that’s not what this is about. THIS post is about the strangest, most ridiculous things you can do with your leftover Halloween candy. Because I’m a giver.

5. Kit Kat Jenga

This has everything. Funky music. Chocolate. Playing with your food. Everything.

4. Pumpkin Martini Rimmer

leftover halloween candy rimmer

Okay, so this idea combines some more of my fave things. Candy. Marshmallow. BOOZE. The instructions are easy peasy to follow, so you will be getting your fall-themed drank on in no time. You’re welcome.

3. Chocolate “Soup”

This one is NOT for the faint of heart. If the thought of wasting dozens of pieces of luscious, delicious chocolate is horrifying to you, then turn back now. If you’re the sick type of freak that likes that shiz and worships chaos, then carry on. Weirdo.

2. Make A Stop-Motion Video

I don’t know if this is the most ridiculous thing I’ve ever seen or the greatest. I’m gonna go with the latter, because candy.

1. Candy Waterfall

I have never seen a better non-stuffing-your-face use of candy than this joyous display of celebration. Why everyone in America doesn’t immediately do this with their candy the moment trick-or-treating is over is beyond me. Hooray for CANDY!