These cupcakes celebrate peanut butter and chocolate, Halloween's favorite couple. You'll be lucky if you can get the peanut butter frosting onto the cupcakes without eating it all with a spoon. You can make these cupcakes from Your Cup of Cake from scratch or from a cake mix.
No tricks here. This easy dessert pizza is chocolaty, crunchy, and gooey all at once. Start with a delicious brownie base and end with leftover candy and a chocolaty drizzle. Try subbing in melted caramel or crushing your favorite chocolate bar to sprinkle over top!
It wouldn't be fall without caramel apples. Use leftover Halloween candy to decorate your apples and give as gifts to neighbors—or enjoy yourself. This recipe from Boulder Locavore will give you the perfect candy-coated caramel apples!
What's better than a three-ingredient dessert? A three-ingredient dessert that includes candy bars! This fudge recipe from Cupcake Diaries is perfect for a holiday party or a regular Monday night.
Put your leftover gummy worms and candy corn to good use by whipping up a batch of mini popcorn balls.
It's a brownie, it's cheesecake, it's a candy bar, and it's heaven. And these layers of goodness from Fearless Dining are all gluten-free. Even the Butterfinger!
Crunchy Butterfinger candy bars are a perfect complement to popcorn. Adding marshmallows, peanut butter, and a chocolate drizzle makes this pretty much the greatest popcorn treat you will ever eat. The texture combo in this popcorn recipe from Like Mother Like Daughter is the ultimate win.
These tender peanut butter cookies feature a delightful chocolaty surprise. If miniature candy bars aren't available, simply cut regular-size bars into 1-inch squares.
Peanut butter and chocolate never tasted so good together! Rice cereal treats get dressed up with a topping of M&M's for an ultimate dessert idea. These treats from Cupcake Diaries can be made with homemade or store-bought rice cereal treats.
No one will ever guess that these rich cookies start with a simple cake mix. Plus, your favorite candy bar makes a quick and easy topping. So if you're looking for a healthier candy dessert, try these Banana Boo Bars.
There's a double dose of peanut butter in these fantastic cookies. Peanut butter-flavor pieces and chocolate-covered peanut butter cups are the stars of this chocolate cookie from Inside Brucrew Life. These cookies are even easy to make with the help of a cake mix!
It wouldn't be fall without caramel apples. Use your favorite leftover Halloween candy to decorate your apples. You could give them as gifts to your neighbors or keep them as treats for yourself! Our tip? Crush your favorite candy bar to add to the delish caramel coating.
Having a bad day? Make these brownies from Sweet Peas and Saffron. The combination of salty and sweet in this dessert is enough to turn that frown upside down. This recipe includes a secret to making the chewiest and fudgiest brownies!
Need an idea for all those malt ball candies? Malted milk balls are the heart and soul of this recipe from Sweet Recipeas. This smooth and creamy chocolate custard dessert even has a malted milk ball surprise inside.
Have more Halloween candy than you know what to do with? The answer lies in this candy-packed cookie recipe from Frugal Foodie Mama. You'll see the bottom of the candy bowl in no time!
If you love the almond and coconut flavors of Almond Joy candy bars, this treat is for you. The cupcake recipe from Your Cup of Cake will transform your leftover candy into your new favorite dessert.
Are you swimming in candy corn? We have plenty of ideas for what to do with leftover Halloween candy corn. This yummy "Monster Mouth" is the perfect after-school snack. All you need are apples, peanut butter, and candy corn. Put your leftover gummy worms and candy corn to good use by whipping up a batch of mini candy popcorn balls.
Or incorporate candy corn into your fall decorating with these fun and easy no-carve pumpkin hedgehogs. While you're at it, learn the history of candy corn and how it ended up a Halloween staple in the first place.
Keep the Halloween spirit alive with these easy decorated candy cupcakes. We love this adorable monster cupcake. Looking for more fall and less Halloween? Try one of these decorated fall cupcakes. We can't decide between the candy turkey cupcake and this tasty chocolate peanut butter cup cupcake. If you want to keep it quick and simple, who says you can't just crush up your favorite candy bar, sprinkle it on top, and call it a day?
These critter cookies are another kid favorite. Leftover chocolate candies make the eyes and nose, while crunchy chow mein noodles make cute curly tails. Hidden inside is a yummy surprise — a bite-size chocolate bar. Now that's a sweet trick!
If you end Halloween night with a bunch of malted milk balls floating around your trick-or-treat bag or candy bowl, turn them into cookies! They're so good that you'll want to make these delicious cookies all year long.