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what do you do with all the candy after halloween?

does anyone have a creative recipe to rid all these snickers and Hershey bars. can i chop them up and throw them into a yellow cake or cookies….please any ideas would be great, it will just get thrown out otherwise. I don’t know if food banks takes a donation of loose candy. in which i would feel stupid offering such !

10 Responses to what do you do with all the candy after halloween?

  • dalbax2 says:

    Yes, food banks will take donations of loose candy as long as it is wrapped. If there are kids in a family, they will add a few pieces as a special treat when the family gets food items.

  • Curly says:

    Ohhhh I have an idea take chocolate cake and throw them in the batter 🙂

    ( edit )

    OHHHH and this!
    Candy Bar Pizza Recipe
    1 roll (18 oz size) sugar cookie refrigerated dough
    6 candy bars, chopped into chunks
    1/2 cup caramel ice cream topping
    1/2 cup fudge ice cream topping

    Press cookie dough into lightly sprayed pizza pan. Sprinkle with chopped candy bars. Drizzle with ice cream toppings. Bake at 400F for 13 – 15 minutes or cookie dough is done. Serve warm with vanilla ice cream.

    Candy bars such as chocolate covered caramel and/or nougat bars work best as they get gooey but don’t melt completely.

  • Stuvus says:

    put them in the fridge for now and then mix them into any icecream you eat later

  • Plan B says:

    You can send them to me; I know of a food bank in the area that takes any and all donations. It’s called My Tummy.

  • Hailee says:

    ewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww that groos who would eat junk like dant

  • Butterfly2Kiss says:

    Look up Paula deans ooeey gooey butter cake and add to that. I did it with heath bars and it was fantastic

  • sharedrecipesdotorg says:

    chop and crush em up and put on ice cream, hershey bars can all be chopped up and you can make chocolate chip cookies with em. you can also freeze them all and eat them more slowly that way, just take out a couple a week or whenever you got that craving. for goodness sakes dont throw em out, send em to me! 🙂

  • Master of My Own Remote Control! says:

    If you do decide to donate them, here are a few ideas:

    Domestic Violence Center (it’s for the children)
    Women’s/Men’s Shelters
    Food Bank
    Soup Kitchen (provides meals to the homeless, etc.)
    Senior Citizens’ Centers (i.e, old folk’s homes)

    You can also donate to the troops, but they can only ship hard candies and "Big Hunk" type candy bars … no chocolate. For more information you might try contacting Boy Scouts of America, who would better know where to direct you if they are not taking collections. We have a local dentist who actually provides a day of free dental work for Halloween candy … he sends the troops what is allowed, and donates the rest to the food bank.

    Hope this helps, if not gets the word out that others would greatly appreciate it 😉

  • Christina C says:

    eat it or give it away to friends

  • ?Cherie? says:

    last year i melted the Hershey chocolate and put them on strawberries =]

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