Do you always end up with more Easter candy that your family can eat? Instead of throwing it away this year, you can repurpose it into a tasty treat. Check out these desserts you can whip up with leftover Easter candy. Then your family can feast on these goodies.
Did you go a little crazy with the Peeps this year? The sugary marshmallow treats are popular during Easter, but you can get your fill before finishing the pile. Fortunately, you can add a whole new flavor profile by making Peeps S’mores. These are like standard s’mores with a delicious twist, so your family will gobble them up. In fact, they’re so tasty that you might never eat Peeps the same way again.
Chocolate Cadbury Egg Cookies
Cadbury eggs are also hot during Easter, but like the other candy, you can get burned out before eating the last bite. But, that won’t be the case when you use them to make Chocolate Cadbury Egg Cookies. These cookies also include other mouthwatering ingredients, such as semi-sweet chocolate and cocoa powder, but the Cadbury eggs are the star here.
Candylicious Junkyard Cookies
This recipe for Candylicious Junkyard Cookies will be a hit with your taste buds. And while the ingredient list includes Kit Kat bars and other specific types of candy, you don’t have to follow it as written. Instead, use any available chocolate candy. You do want to include a mixture of chocolate candies, though, to get the true junkyard cookie experience.
Leftover Candy-Stuffed Brownies
Are you craving brownies but want a little something extra? If so, check out this recipe for Leftover Candy-Stuffed Brownies. You can use any candy you have available, so dump over the candy bowl and get started. Once you take your first bite, you’ll realize that stuffed brownies are the way to go.
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Candy Bar Pie
You can level up your baking game with this Candy Bar Pie recipe. It’s like a massive cookie in pie form, complete with a pie crust. Oh, and you have the freedom to choose which candy bars to include. Consider mixing it up with candy bars that include chocolate, caramel, and peanut butter but don’t worry if that’s not possible. It’ll be tasty if you use a single type of candy bar to make it. And if you want to add even more flavor, serve it with ice cream.
You won’t have to worry about wasting any candy when you make these recipes. You also won’t have to worry about your taste buds getting bored. While you’ll use your leftover candy, these recipes include additional flavors that will put your taste buds into overdrive.