Kids consider their stash of hard-earned Halloween candy sacred, so the concept of leftover candy is a fantasy in a lot of households. Before making any of these spooky desserts, stock up on extra candy in advance, or hit the post-trick-or-treat sale aisles. Store-bought cake, frosting and brownies can be used as timesavers, or you can make your own. Do frost the cake and brownies yourself, because the frosting needs to be wet for the candy to adhere properly. Check out all 5 sweets to make with Halloween candy.
A little crafty decorating transforms chocolate-covered fruit balls into cute black cat pops purr-fect for a Halloween snack. Use fruit leather for the kitties' ears and noses, and piped white chocolate for their eyes and whiskers.
For Halloween flair with a classic, masculine and midcentury modern twist, this Victorian dining room was furnished with modern pieces from the 1950s and 1960s and decorated in charcoal, black and orange hues.
Looking for a simple, sweet Halloween treat? Top creamy pumpkin-flavored puddings with a swirl of light, fluffy meringue for a ghostly effect. Decorate with little candy eyes to complete the cute mini Caspers' look.
Gumballs are always a great choice for a kids' Halloween candy station. They're available in so many colors that it's easy to coordinate them to your scheme. Be sure to set out scoops to keep sticky little hands out of the jars. Decorate with printable labels for a finishing touch.
These monster cupcakes make for more-cuddly-than-scary treats and are fun and easy for kids to decorate. Pipe a monster face onto the cupcakes with green (or your favorite color) frosting, then make eyes with jelly candies and horns out of cashews for a perfectly scary Halloween treat.