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Easter is such a fun holiday! Not only is it a time to celebrate new beginnings, but it’s also a time for sweet treats. From chocolate bunnies to jelly beans, there’s no shortage of candy during this time of year. However, what do you do when the holiday is over, and you’re left with a surplus of candy? Fear not, because in this post, I’m sharing some creative and delicious ways to use up your leftover Easter candy.
Leftover Easter Candy Recipes
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Easter Candy Bark
One of the easiest ways to use up leftover Easter candy is to make candy bark. It’s simple, quick, and can be customized with whatever candy you have on hand. Start by melting some chocolate in the microwave or on the stove, and then spread it out on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Sprinkle your favorite Easter candy on top of the chocolate, and then let it cool until it hardens. Once it’s set, break it into pieces and enjoy!
Easter Candy Cookies If you’re looking for a way to use up your leftover Easter candy in a baked good, try making Easter candy cookies. Start with your favorite cookie recipe, and then add chopped-up Easter candy to the batter. Chocolate chips, M&Ms, and Reese’s Pieces are all great options. Bake them up, and you’ll have a delicious treat that’s perfect for snacking or sharing.
Easter Candy Milkshakes
Milkshakes are a fun and indulgent way to use up your leftover Easter candy. Start by blending up some vanilla ice cream with milk, and then add in your favorite Easter candy. Peeps, jelly beans, and Cadbury eggs are all great options. Blend everything together until it’s smooth, and then pour it into a glass. Top with whipped cream and extra candy, and enjoy!
Easter Candy Trail Mix
If you’re looking for a healthier way to use up your leftover Easter candy, try making a trail mix. Start with some nuts, such as almonds or cashews, and then add in some dried fruit, like raisins or cranberries. Finally, add in your leftover Easter candy, such as chocolate eggs or jelly beans. Mix it all together, and then portion it out into small bags or containers for an easy on-the-go snack.
Leftover Easter candy doesn’t have to go to waste. With these delicious and creative ideas, you can use up your surplus of candy and create some fun and tasty treats. Whether you’re in the mood for something baked, blended, or snacked on, there’s an Easter candy recipe for everyone. So, go ahead and indulge in some sweet treats this spring!
Leftover Easter Candy Recipes
Looking for creative and delicious ways to use up your leftover Easter candy? Check out our list of easy and mouthwatering recipes, including candy bark, cookies, milkshakes, and trail mix. Don't let your extra candy go to waste - try out these fun and tasty ideas today!
Easter Saltine Toffee
Try this Easter Saltine Toffee recipe this Spring! This classic, Saltine Toffee is simple to make the recipe, using simple pantry ingredients, white chocolate, Easter-themed, pastel sprinkles, and your favorite candies.
Easter Muddy Buddies Recipe
This Easter Muddy Buddies Recipe is a sweet and salty dessert snack with cereal coated in white chocolate and peanut butter, customized with your favorite Easter-themed candies. Try this delicious snack at your next Easter or Springtime gathering!
Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs
Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs are a homemade, no-bake, sweet, dessert candy and are perfect for Spring and Easter season!
These Peeps S’Mores are the perfect Easter treat! They are a great way to enjoy those classic, favorite Easter marshmallow candies. You can make them in a skillet or in the microwave.
Mini Egg Nest Truffles
How about some toasted coconut encrusted ganache with Cadbury Mini Eggs? Yes, Please! Try these Mini Egg Nest Truffles for your Easter candy enjoyment this Spring!
Bunny Bait is a snack mix made with pretzels, popcorn, pastel M&Ms, rice cereal squares, and Easter-Springtime sprinkles and coated with vanilla melting wafers.
Easter Cake Recipe
This Easter Cake recipe can be made for Easter, a birthday party cake, as a cake to celebrate the spring season, or if you just like the flavors and the Easter candy involved!
- First published: 4/14/2023
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