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Cookies, bark and 5 other treats to make with your leftover Halloween candy

Got a massive haul of Halloween candy? Turn your leftover riches into fun over-the-top treats with these easy recipes for cake, cookies and other goodies — they're so quick to make, you can whip them up in not much longer than it takes to gobble up a bag of candy. 

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Leftover Halloween Candy Brownie Trifle: Featuring brownies, chocolate pudding, whipped cream and leftover Halloween candy, this trifle is super-easy to assemble. 

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Leftover Halloween Candy Blondies: Chewy, buttery blondies matched with crunchy, salty, sweet Halloween candy — these eye catching bars are worth their weight in sugar.

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Halloween Candy Cookie Cake: This gorgeous cake lets you use any and all of your leftover Halloween candy! It’s essentially a giant cookie that's filled with lots of candy and decorated with icing. 

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Halloween Candy Bark: You might have tried your hand at peppermint bark around the winter holiday season, so why not give Halloween a chance too? For this candy bark recipe you combine your favorite salty-sweet Halloween candies with a thin layer of white chocolate and then freeze until hard. 

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Twix Cheesecake Bars: Twix already have some great layers going on, so why not add some more? This recipe has a shortbread crust and a Rolo and Twix center, all topped with a cheesecake mixture. Halloween never tasted so good. 

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Candy Corn Cookies: Who needs chocolate chips when you can use leftover candy corn as a cookie mix-in? These gooey cookies are also studded with white chocolate chips (or you can sub peanuts for some crunch). 

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Leftover Candy Hand Pies: You can take your leftover mini candy bars (think Twix, Reese's peanut butter cups and Kit Kats) and stuff them — right into a pre-made pie crust. The result: melty, dreamy hand pies that take just 20 minutes to make. 

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