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Delicious Recipes for Leftover Candy
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 three-seater sofa and two deep armchairs provide comfortable seating in the multipurpose room, a flexible space that can be used for a variety of activities like watching an awards show, the big game or your favorite HGTV special.
This 40 Mercer apartment features two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths with the option of a third bedroom. Large windows make the entire city a moving canvas in this artsy apartment situated in New York City's one-time gallery neighborhood, SoHo.
This kids' bedroom features white floors, white furniture and pale blue walls. Green bed curtains add a pop of color as well as a cozy sleeping area. The green is echoed in a green striped window treatment.
Designed by renowned French architect Jean Nouvel who is the winner of multiple awards including the Pritzer Prize, 40 Mercer is Nouvel's first New York project. Located in the heart of Manhattan's Soho neighborhood, this loft-style 2,200 square foot apartment features 11 foot ceilings and the incredible view only a corner lot could deliver. An automated glass curtain wall opens to allow the outdoors in.
This glamorous, sleek master bath features Calcutta marble floors with — perfect for a Manhattan apartment — timer-controlled radiant heat. The dual sink vanity features white oak and walnut topped with a glass countertop.