Use Leftover Candy Corn to Make Candy Bars!
Personally, I don’t mind candy corn – though the pumpkins are my favorite – but I know it’s not everybody’s favorite. However, now that Halloween is over, I’m here to share how you can turn some of that leftover candy corn into candy bars!
I actually just learned about this one; it was at the adult summer camp that I attended in September. However, I got to try it out and it’s so yummy, so I highly recommend if you’re a fan of Butterfingers. Plus, these aren’t as hard to bite into.
Since I don’t have the exact recipe the chocolatier used when I was at camp, I found one online that’s the same ingredients (just with the actual measurements, since that’s what I didn’t have), and you can find that here.
I don’t know where I first heard about this, but it’s been a few years now, and it’s something I’ve been telling people about ever since.
To make a Payday, you don’t have to do any sort of baking, and measurements really don’t matter. How awesome is that?
Grab a bag, or just use your hands if you’re desperate for some candy, and mix peanuts and candy corn together (probably about an equal amount of both) and then eat it up. Eating these two ingredients together gives you the wonderful taste of Paydays! It’s like magic!Halloween is Over; do you have any leftover candy corn? Check out the new post #ontheblog to find out how to turn Leftover Candy Corn into Candy BARS! Click To Tweet
There you go – two fairly easy ways to turn that leftover candy corn into yummy candy bars! If you’ve done either of these in the past, or go and try them now, I’d love to know what you thought!