Thanksgiving Dessert Guide- 9 Recipes Using Leftover Halloween Candy!

It’s almost time for one of my favorite holidays of the year! For the next 2 weeks, it’s Thanksgiving Station at SnapGinger. Get your fill of Thanksgiving themed recipes, ideas, decor and more! First off, my first part of Thanksgiving: DESSERT!!

We have a ton of leftover Halloween candy, and I never know what to do with it, but hate to throw it away! Since all the candy is individually wrapped and sealed, it is perfect for dessert for Thanksgiving dinner! Here are my 9 favorite creative dessert recipes using different Halloween candies. Get rid of your leftovers and make something scrumptious for your Thanksgiving table!



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Last, but not least, is an idea that sprung from this Halloween Toffee Bark recipe on Crazy for Crust! I adapted the recipe to what I had on hand, and alternated between regular and chocolate grahams. I also used some of the pumpkin shaped candy corn (pumpkin corn? candy pumpkin?) and made it perfect for a fall treat. This would be a great hostess gift on Thanksgiving! Find the original recipe here!

What are some of your favorite Thanksgiving desserts to make?

Follow my Sweet Treats board on Pinterest for many more creative dessert ideas!

Follow Jamie @ SnapGinger’s board Sweet Treats on Pinterest.

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