Leftover Halloween Candy – Candy Chocolate Cream Pie

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Halloween is over and now you have a whole bucket full of leftover Halloween candy. While at first, this seems like heaven, it becomes old really quickly! Just the sight of miniature candy bars makes my stomach go into knots. What do you do with leftover Halloween candy? Here are a few quick ideas:

  • The Trashcan is your friend! Throw away half of the candy. You will feel better later.
  • Take it to work. Coworkers love all those sweets, don’t they?
  • Freeze it. I find that I can use Butterfingers, M&Ms and other chocolate candies in desserts or milkshakes and sundaes throughout the year.
  • Make it healthier. Mix small candies with nuts, dried fruit, raisins and more to make a trail mix.
  • Save it for Thanksgiving. Put out some pretty jars and containers and put your candies out for your guests.
  • Store some in your car. Every so often, we need a quick pick me up when we are out running errands, attending soccer games or other events.
  • Decorate a Gingerbread House. Save appropriate candy for decorations of a gingerbread house.
  • Winter Birthday? Save some candy for a pinata for a birthday party.
  • Make a new dessert. Try this Candy Chocolate Cream Pie – it’s delicious!

Candy Chocolate Cream Pie

Time for All Things - Candy Chocolate Cream Pie

I made this pie the easy way, however, you can make a homemade chocolate cream pie and get the same results.

Candy Chocolate Cream Pie - IngredientsIngredients:

  • 2 packages of instant chocolate pudding mix (you will follow the pie directions)
  • Milk (follow the directions on the pudding mix box for a pie)
  • Whipped Cream
  • Chocolate Crumb Pie Shell
  • About 10-20 of miniature candy bars


    • Take about 15 of the miniature candy bars and chop them into smaller pieces.

Candy Chocolate Cream Pie - Chopped Candy Bars

    • Place the cut up candy in the bottom of the pie shell.

Candy Chocolate Cream Pie - Place Chopped Candy in Bottom of Pie

    • Make the chocolate pudding mix according to the pie directions. Fold into the pie shell.

Candy Chocolate Cream Pie - Pie Filling

    • Refrigerate for at least three hours.
    • Take the remaining candy bars and cut into about 6 slices each.
    • Whip the cream (or use a can of whipped cream) and put on top of the pie. Arrange the chocolate candy bar pieces on top of the whipped cream.

Using Leftover Halloween Candy - Candy Chocolate Cream Pie

Easy and quick and so delicious.

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  1. Oh my gosh – this sounds amazing!!!

  2. Yummy! My boys’ halloween candy didn’t last long enough for me to be able to try something like this, but it certainly looks delicious!

  3. OMG that looks absolutely delicious!!! YUM! I think that I have enough candy to make this pie. WOOT!

  4. Such an easy idea – thanks for sharing.

  5. I love the idea of turning it into a pie! That looks delicious!

  6. Oh my heck! Yes, please. This looks wonderful!

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