The day after Halloween I saw some hideous post on Facebook about how if you ate two fun size Kit Kat bars, you'd have to run 16 minutes to burn it off. The list went on, but since I was halfway through my third miniature Twix that HOUR, I scrolled to the next post.
I'm not sure I want to know.
There's something about Twix bars. I'm not sure if it's the chewy caramel goodness or the crumbly, crunchy cookie on the bottom, but it's magic for your mouth. In other words, I'm literally eating every Twix bar in my house. Truly. I'm actually eating one as I type this. And my kids trick-or-treated for an hour and a half. There are plenty of Twix to be had in here.
So while I know I can research places to donate our extra candy, or I can come up with some sort of celebration where I need to fill a pinata, I extended my investigation to find 9 Recipes For Leftover Halloween Candy.
Keep reading for ideas on creative ways to blow through the candy before you (I) head off on the next Twix bender. Enjoy!