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When you simply can't bear to eat your Halloween treats on their own anymore, chop them up and throw them into a pan of blondie batter, as shown here.
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What makes chocolate candies taste even better? Mixing them in between layers of brownies, whipped cream and chocolate mousse.
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PEANUT BUTTTER COOKIES
Add a twist to your next batch of homemade cookies with this finger-licking good tip: Mix in peanut butter candy bits for an extra crunch and even more buttery flavor.
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CHOCOLATE COCONUT CRESCENT ROLLS
Because breakfast can be a time for candy too — sneak your extra Almond Joys into crescent rolls and voila! The day's most important meal is served.
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Combine buttered popcorn with chopped chocolate bars and you've got a delicous movie night meal.
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Get rid of the rest of your kid's trick-or-treat collection by combining different candy bars with melted chocolate for a delicious bark. It's sure to be a hit at home and in the office with your coworkers.
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