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Leftover Halloween Candy? Make Halloween Candy Trifle!

A Close-Up Photo of Chopped Pieces of Chocolate | BlairCandy.comStuck with lots of leftover candy? We’ve got a sweet solution!

Perfect for chocolate lovers with a lot of Halloween candy leftovers, this trifle recipe is a real crowd-pleaser at parties and get-togethers in late October and early November. If you’ve found yourself with extra peanut butter, caramel, or nougat bars wrapped in chocolate, try adding them into this yummy recipe!

Halloween Candy Trifle
Start by making a box of your favorite chocolate cake mix (choose your favorite recipe!) and 1 box of instant cheesecake or vanilla pudding according to their package directions. Make sure the cake is fully cooled and the pudding is fully set before taking the next step. In a separate bowl, crumble the prepared cake.

Then, in another bowl, fold 1 container of whipped topping into the pudding to make a “mousse.” Refrigerate until ready to use. On a cutting board, chop your various chocolate bars or candies. We personally love Reese’s peanut butter cups, Reese’s pieces, M&M’s, Snickers, Milky Way, solid dark chocolate bars, and Kit Kat Halloween candies for this recipe. Set aside.

Assemble the trifle by alternating layers of crumbled chocolate cake, mousse, and chocolate candy pieces. Make sure that your last layer is a layer of mousse topped by candy pieces. Drizzle with chocolate or caramel syrup and enjoy! Shop all candy at

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