Turn Leftover Halloween Candy Into Bark
By Brown Eyed Baker on November 04, 2011
Yesterday, during a meeting at my office, a coworker told me that the "Halloween Bear" visits his house two weeks after the candy-laden holiday, and the bear takes away any of the treats that haven't been eaten yet. In my house when I was growing up, I got to eat a reasonable amount of my spoils from trick-or-treating, and then the rest went into the freezer to be doled out slowly over the next few months. Of course, my Dad and I would sneak fun-sized bars from that stash when my mother wasn't looking, so it generally disappeared faster than she might have expected.
There are myriad ways to deal with leftover Halloween candy, but this idea from Brown Eyed Baker might be the very best one that I've seen. It's creative, delicious, and unusual!
Leftover Halloween Candy Bark
This bark is now your best friend. It’s the answer to using up a ton of your leftover Halloween candy, and eating it in a fun, unusual way. Take it into work and share with your coworkers Halloween candy, reinvented. I guarantee it will be devoured and you’ll be a hero.
Image Credit: Brown Eyed Baker, used by permission.
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