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Easter is over and now you're left with more Easter candy than you know what to do with. Instead of gorging on them or trashing them, get creative with these fun, delicious treats that are Pinterest-tested and approved. Whether you are looking to make use of those Peeps, chocolates or any other candies, we’ve got you covered!
1. Easter egg fudge
Have so many Easter egg candies laying around that you think they're multiplying? Make this delicious fudge recipe using only six ingredients. You can pull this off in only five steps, and the results are heavenly. Get the recipe here.
2. Easter dirt cake
Make use of your leftover Cadbury candies and peeps with this awesome dirt cake recipe. We love the spring coloring with the green food dye, and the combination of cool whip, chocolate cookies, oreos and pudding are certain to delight. Get the recipe here.
3. Leftover candy stuffed brownies
There is nothing better than fudgy, rich brownies, and this blogger takes it up a notch by adding candy to the mix. Even better, it uses healthy coconut oil to accommodate the candy stuffing. While that doesn't exactly make this a healthy treat, we'll take the added benefits. Get the recipe here.
4. Spring pudding cups
This awesome blogger came up with an adorable spring-inspired way to make use of her kid’s leftover Easter candy. The pudding cups are the perfect serving size, and the display with the chocolate Easter bunnies and peeps make for a fun and delicious dessert. Get the recipe here.
5. Peeps s’mores
Make your s’mores a bit more fun without the campfire. These Peeps s'mores are extra colorful, sugary and cute. Get the recipe here.
6. Easter candy bark
Give your Easter candy a new life with Easter candy bark. This blogger melted almond bark and mixed in some jelly beans to make this candy, and we are loving the colorful presentation. Get the recipe here.
7. Whoppers robin egg milkshake
This milkshake made with Whoppers Mini Robin Eggs is the perfect post-Easter treat to satisfy your sweet tooth and make use of the leftover candy in your pantry. Best of yet, it only requires four ingredients to make, and the results are pastel-perfection. Get the recipe here.