What to do with those candy bars
Halloween is guaranteed to leave parents with two things: tired kids and a ton of candy. While I can't help you with the tired kids, I can offer some suggestions on getting creative with all of that candy. Check out these tasty recipes that feature some of your favorite Halloween candies.
Whoppers: Malted Milk Cookies from TasteofHome
HERSHEY Bars: Easy HERSHEY Bar Pie from HERSHEY'S Kitchens
Heath Bars: Heath Bar Brownies by CDKitchens
Snickers Bars: Deep Fried Snickers on a Stick by Food Network
Recess Peanut Butter Cups: Peanut Butter Chocolate Cupcake by Cupcakes Take the Cake
York Peppermint Pattys: Peppermint Patty Poke Cake by Tasty Kitchen
Kit Kats: Kit Kat Cheesecake Slices by epicurious
Butterfingers: Butterfinger Pie from SparkRecipes
If you've had your fill of the sugary stuff, you can donate your remaining candy. To donate your candy to the troops, check out search for a local dentist who is registered in the Halloween Candy Buy-Back Program. Participaing dentists will buy back your candy at $1 per pound and ship it to the troops for you.