Everyone knows what the day after Halloween means. For children: copious amounts of trick-or-treated goodies kept in a sock drawer so Mom can’t steal any Reese’s. For the less-fortunate, too-mature-to-knock-on-strangers’-doors (a.k.a. tried and failed): lots of cheap candy up for grabs. In honor of the post season, I’ve compiled some easy recipes to take full advantage of the discounted sweets.
Use any leftover candy/nuts/pretzels/fruit/really anything!
- Line a baking sheet with parchment (or use a disposable tin)
- Melt candy chips according to the directions on the bag (or use regular chocolate melted in a double boiler)
- Spread melted chocolate on sheet
- Wait for the chocolate to cool a little, then break up your candy of choice and sprinkle it on top
- Refrigerate for at least an hour
- Break up and enjoy!
Chocolate Biscuit Puffs
These are so easy to make and surprisingly amazing!
Who knew, with so few ingredients!
- Refrigerated flakey layers biscuit dough
- Any small pieces of chocolate (I used Hershey’s Kisses)
- 1 tsp cinnamon
- 2 tbsp sugar
- Open dough package and break each biscuit in half.
- Place chocolate in the middle of each half, pinch to close, and roll into balls
- Mix cinnamon and sugar together
- Dip each ball into the sugar mixture and place on an ungreased baking sheet
- Bake at 350° until golden brown, about 7 minutes
- Enjoy while warm!