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Delicious Recipes Using Leftover Halloween Candy

Kids will love snacking on their Halloween candy for a few days, but then they’ll start to get tired of their Halloween haul. Fight snack time boredom with one of these recipes that uses up the rest of that Halloween candy.


  1. Recipes using Leftover Halloween Candy | Have melting chocolate? Then you can make this Halloween Candy Bark! See the recipe on Annie’s Mom here.


  1. If you’ve been craving brownies, then these loaded candy bar brownies need to make their way onto the menu. See the recipe from I Heart Naptime here.


  1. Have you ever wanted to try making your own ice cream? If you have, then this recipe will help you do that plus get rid of extra candy. See this recipe on The Cookie Writer blog here.


Do you have your own ideas on how to use up extra Halloween candy? Be sure to tag us on social media to show us what you’ve made. If you need extra candy for your recipes, stop by You’ll find all of your favorites and maybe even a few new ones!

It’s National Candy Corn Day!

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Candy corn…you either love it or you hate it! Regardless of how you feel about it, October 30th is National Candy Corn Day! Grab a handful of this classic fall candy and check out some facts about it that you may not have known about:

Candy Corn was invented in the 1880s by George Renninger and the Wunderle Candy Company, but later mass produced by Goelitz Candy Company, now known as the Jelly Belly Candy Company. Originally, candy corn had to be made by hand, each color being added on separately and molded into shape. Because of how time consuming this was, they decided to make this a seasonal candy, like how crops were harvested seasonally. With this and the shape, Candy Corn came to be.

Since then, Candy Corn has been made into different variations. Kernels with brown tops, called Indian Corn for Thanksgiving, and even red and green “corn” for Christmas. This “mellocreme” candy has also been made into pumpkins. Regardless of what it’s been made into, over 35 million pounds will be made this fall. That’s roughly 9 billion kernels will go into candy dishes and treat bags. You’ll even find candy corn flavored products, from cookies, drinks, even bagels!

Grab a small bag or a bag of bulk candy corn on today to celebrate!

Halloween Candy Facts

While you may be aware of some of the origins of Halloween, do you know about the most important part of Halloween? Not the decorations or the costumes…the candy! Here are a few candy facts about Halloween candy to share with your friends while passing out, and enjoying, candy this year!

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-Roughly 140 million people will buy candy for Halloween this year, which ends up being around 600lbs of candy.

-In 2013, Reese’s beat out M&M’s to be the most popular Halloween candy.

-You can freeze your leftover candy! Chocolate candy can stay good for about 6 to 8 months if sealed tightly in the freezer.

-About 35 million pounds of Candy Corn (also known as Chicken Feed) are produced each year.

-Every state has its own popular Halloween candy. For instance, Floridians prefer Crunch Bars, Alaskans enjoy Snickers bars, and Texans really love candy corn according to consumer trends.

-Those who hand out candy tend to go towards their favorites. Roughly 62% of Americans give out their favorite kinds of candy to trick-or-treaters.

Regardless of how you celebrate Halloween or what candies you choose, you can find everything you need on! Visit us today to snag your favorite Halloween candy treats before the trick-or-treaters show up!

Easy Recipes with Halloween Candy

Halloween is right around the corner, which means last minute parties and get togethers are about to happen. Don’t worry! We have you covered with four, super easy recipes from awesome blogs for you to wow every witch, ghost, and ghoul you encounter. So, grab your Halloween candy and get your kitchen ready, here are four super easy treats for Halloween:

Recipes using Halloween Candy | Halloween S’Mores Dip. If you have Halloween peeps, chocolate candy, and graham crackers you are set to make a delicious and festive dip. Check out how to make it on The Decorated Cookie here.

Reese’s Spider Cookies. If you have a cookie mix, some miniature Reese’s cups, and a steady hand for piping chocolate, you’re set. See these pretty cute spiders on Mommy Musings Blog here.

These eyeballs will have everyone creeped out. All you need is food coloring, rice crispy treats, and candy eyeballs. See the recipe on Two Sisters Crafting here.

If you can make brownies, this recipe has you covered. All you have to do is ice them and add eyeballs and you have Mummy Brownies! See the recipe on Pretty Providence here.

Be sure to tag us in any treats you make! You can get the candy parts of these recipes at While you’re there, make sure you have plenty of Halloween candy for the trick-or-treaters (and yourself!) for a sweet and easy Halloween!

Fall vs. Halloween: Which Peeps Do You Choose?

Fall & Halloween Peeps | It’s funny to think that Peeps used to just be an Easter candy when they now have flavors and types for all holidays now. With Halloween around the corner and fall in full swing, we thought it was time to break out the fall and Halloween Peeps. But which do you choose?

Fall Peeps: These are shaped into the classic chick shape that Peeps are famous for, but are flavored into different fall flavors. Choose from pumpkin spice, caramel apple, and candy corn flavors instead of the plain flavors we’re used to. These chicks are also dipped in either caramel or white chocolate, really stepping up the game for Peep flavors.

Halloween Peeps: These peeps are the more traditional flavors you’re used to. A fluffy marshmallow with a coating of fine, sweet sugar is what you’ll find in these packages. But, these Peeps are shaped as your favorite Halloween characters. Choose from ghosts, Frankenstein heads, tombstones, and pumpkins for a fun treat!

So which will you choose? Grab your Halloween and fall peeps today for a festive treat. If you make anything out of your Peeps, be sure to tag us on social media! Shop all Peeps now at

Halloween Reese’s Candy for Everyone!

Reese’s Candy for Halloween | Reese’s candy is one of the bestselling Halloween candies year after year and it’s not hard to see why. Decadent milk chocolate and creamy peanut butter make up these delicious treats, which is a winning combination anytime. We are well stocked with Reese’s in all shapes and sizes, so the only thing you have to do is choose your favorite!

Reese’s Pumpkins – A classic. The basic peanut butter cup shaped into a larger pumpkin…which means more peanut butter!

Reese’s Ghosts – Delicious peanut butter filling made into cute ghosts and covered in white chocolate.

Reese’s Pieces PB Cups – Peanut Butter cup filled with Reese’s Pieces, which means 2x the deliciousness.

Reese’s Eyeballs – Creepy eyeballs packed with peanut butter and covered in chocolate for a creepy, crawly treats.

We also have multi bags filled with an assortment of Reese’s Candy for you to choose from! Shop all Reese’s candy and Halloween candy now at

Three Quick Things You Can Do To Prep For Halloween

Halloween Gummy Candy | With the hectic schedules that many families have during fall, many forget and rush to prepare for Halloween. Don’t forget and actually share in the holiday fun with your children by taking a minute to quickly do these three things:

Buy Halloween Candy: Don’t deal with all of the other people who forgot to buy candy the day of Halloween and grab a bag or two when you’re at the store next time. Or better yet, just visit, order your candy, and have it delivered to your door!  Get a mix of chocolates, lollipops, and Halloween gummy candy and you’ll be good to go.

Make Sure the Kids Have Costumes: Avoid Halloween mega meltdowns and check now with your kids to figure out what they want to be for Halloween. If they want to reuse a costume, just make sure it fits so there isn’t a last minute panic.

Put Up Decorations Outside: Whether it’s a pumpkin or two, a wreath on the door, or a ghost hanging from a tree, just add some decorations outside. Trick-or-treaters will know to come to the door and your kids will have fun decorating for Halloween in the process.

Halloween should be fun, so cross multiple things off the list by just following these three simple steps. For the candy part of your holiday, visit! You can get mini candy bars, Halloween lollipops, and Halloween gummy candy all in one place.



Halloween Popcorn Balls

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There are plenty of Halloween treats out there to try, make, and enjoy, but a classic Halloween treat can really make the occasion. Whether you want to go completely classic, or mix in these timeless treats with new ones, these are a few you should definitely have:

Halloween popcorn balls are a trick-or-treating staple that is pretty versatile. You can make them savory, sweet, decorate them, or keep them simple. If you decide to make them, just make sure you have enough because they’ll go quick. Check out the recipe by Thirty Handmade Days here if you don’t feel like making them, check out our Halloween popcorn balls by clicking here.

Pumpkin patches, graveyards….they all require the classic dirt pudding recipe. Chocolate lovers have made and loved this recipe for years. Decorate with gummy worms, cookie tombstones, or marshmallow ghosts for a cute dessert. Check out the recipe on Oh! Nuts Sweet & Crunch Blog here.

Meringues are a little harder to pull off, but if you do, they make the perfect ghosts. Eat them alone or use them to decorate desserts, they make the perfect touch to any Halloween. Learn how to make them, on Smart School House here.

Be sure to tag us in your creations on Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter! Visit today to get all of the candy and supplies you need for your Halloween creations.

Creepy Halloween Gummy Candy

Halloween Gummy Candy | When you think of Halloween candy, you usually think of chocolate bars and lollipops. However, gummy candy shouldn’t be overlooked. Aside from the standard gummy candies, like gummy worms and fish, special Halloween versions are a great way to creep out your friends. Here are a few you should definitely add to your Halloween fun.

What’s creepier than gummy body parts? We have plenty of choices for you to choose from, between gummy eyeballs, teeth, and even brains. If you can’t choose, then a bag of mixed body parts, like teeth, bones, skulls, and brains should do the job.

Witches are always a go to Halloween theme. These gummy witch stockings are a delicious way to stay on theme. With purple and orange stockings, it will match with your festive color scheme too.

If you think insects are the creepiest part of Halloween, then these hairy, gummy spiders should help up the creepy factor. This bag has over 300 of these spiders, each with their own flavor combination, ensuring that there’s plenty for everyone.

Don’t forget to try these and other gummy candy treats by visiting Stock up on these and other trick-or-treating favorites today and get prepared to creep your guests out!

New Halloween Parade Candy to Try

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As you have probably seen by now there are TONS of treats at for Halloween. While you might stick to your all time favorites, we always encourage trying new treats to add to the mix. When you’re placing an order for your favorites, consider trying one of these Halloween parade candy treats:

Boo Bling not only tastes great, but looks ghoulishly cool too. Each piece is made up of different flavors for a delicious new piece of jewelry.

These Pumpkin Lollipops are HUGE! Packed with orange flavor, these pops are almost too cute to eat.

Hershey’s Cookies & Cream skulls are delicious and ready for any candy dish. They have pretty skull designs on every wrapper for an extra touch of Halloween.

There is plenty of Halloween parade candy treats aside from these! Try one or more of these today by visiting Regardless of what you try, you’ll find that they go great with your all time Halloween candy favorites.

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