What Are You Going to Do with All that Halloween Candy?
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Sorting out Halloween candy is a long-standing tradition for trick or treaters. Keep the best and give the worst to your parents for disposal, but of course, no right-minded parent would just throw away the candy so they end up giving them away to people which in many cases will end up doing the same. (Related topic: event spaces)
But what if I told you, you can actually put that candy to good use and make it into something else that’s delicious?
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Although candy corn is very popular, some people just hate the stuff. But it can be solved; you can turn candy corn into something else by melting it with peanut butter into a thick and creamy paste to make a delicious filling for homemade Butterfingers candy.
Some other people are not precisely fond of Dum-Dum lollipops but they can make a colorful stained-glass filling in sugar cookies.
Other candies that get the boot sometimes are gummies, but you can repurpose them for jello shots or liquor infused treats for the adults. Your children’s disposable candy can also become a great supply for the cupcake and cookie decor sessions, or for your spouse’s next gathering with friends at home as some sweet snacks for the living room table.
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