10 Creative Recipes to Use Up All That Leftover Christmas Candy!

 Extend the sweetness of the Christmas holiday when you use these leftover Christmas candy recipes!

10 Leftover Christmas Candy Recipes

 

Christmas goes by so fast. If you’re lucky enough you may find a few bowls and stockings full of leftover sweets. Sure, you could just eat the candies one by one. But why do that when you can transform Candy Canes, Andes Mints, Snickers, Rolos and more  into something bigger and better? I think you’ll find these leftover Christmas candy recipes help you justify savoring the sweetness one last time! (Hey, we’re “upcycling” here aren’t we!) 😉

Get your kids in the kitchen and whip up some of these tasty leftover Christmas candy recipes this week! –The dishes would be perfect to bring to a New Year’s Eve party. *Nudge, nudge. Wink, wink!

10 Creative Leftover Christmas Candy Recipes

 Andes Chocolate Fudge from SavingsLifestyle

Andes Fudge

 

Peppermint Mocha Latte from Confessions of an Over-Worked Mom
Peppermint Mocha Latte

 

 Rolo Pretzel snacks from Really Are You Serious
Rolo Pretzel Snack

 

Rolo Chocolate Caramel Apple Dip

 

No-Bake Snicker Bar Pie from The Kitchen Is My Playground
No-Bake Snickers Pie

 

 Candy Cane Syrup from Chica and Jo
Candy Cane Syrup

 

Smores drizzled popcorn from Nibbles By Nic
S'mores Drizzled Popcorn

 

Caramel Filled Pretzel Cookies from A Day In Candiland
Caramel Filled Pretzel Cookies

 

Super Easy Peppermint Bark from Horshoes and Hand Grenades
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And when all else fails, do what Beth’s Favorite Recipes does, and toss them in a  Left Over Candy Cake
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Okay, now I’m hungry! Don’t tell my kids, but I’m going to go raid their candy stash!
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Comments

  1. OOOOOOOooooo you had me with that Andes chocolate Fudge that looks divine! I would have t watch making that though, I would eat the whole batch up bite by bite!

  2. loving the Andie’s Mint chocolate fudge and the rolo’s caramel apple dip i’m definitely going to have to try these! thank you for the recipes!

  3. Thank you so much for sharing my recipe. Off to check out the others. Sharing!

  4. We make fondue with the leftover chocolate. An easy recipe is about 10 oz. of chocolate, 15 large marshmallows, and 2 cups of cream (or half and half if you want it lighter). The measurements don’t have to be precise either. Serve with lots of fresh fruit, extra tiny marshmallows, pound cake, or whatever else you fancy. It makes enough for about 8-10 servings in my household.

    My husband I’m sure would love the Caramel Filled Pretzel Cookies. He is on some weird phase of loving all things pretzel related. lol

  5. We always have to many leftovers of everything after the holidays, I love using leftovers to make new recipes, especially the sweet stuff.

  6. David Fultner says:

    This will be great for clearance sales.

  7. I’d like the Candy Cane Syrup. Thanks for the recipes.

  8. Good ideas, give away the goodies so they are sitting around either.

  9. Awesome ideas! Absolutely LOVE Rolos! thanks so much for the great recipes!!

  10. Heather Voorhees says:

    Omg, the Andes chocolate fudge looks divine! I need to try each of these recipes. I guess my new year’s resolution to cut sugar can wait until next year lol.

  11. WOW! These are some really good choices…Thank you for sharing them with us.

  12. Richard Hicks says:

    I like all of these. Want to try that smores drizzled popcorn!

  13. I love the idea of the Andes Chocolate Fudge looks so good, we made some andes fudge this year but that one looks way prettier. Smores drizzled popcorn looks super good too!