Candy Bar Cookies

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Halloween candy cookies
The average American consumes 3.4 pounds of candy each Halloween. Rather than falling into this statistic, break the mold by baking!
Put all the leftover Halloween candy in your house to use by combining all the leftover candy into one dessert. You will be able to control portion sizes of the candy eaten if it’s all in one place. There is no possibility to “accidentally” eat five Reese’s and four packets of Twix because there will be none available.
Your kids will feel like they are contributing to something if they see their hard earned candy in a yummy treat everyone can enjoy. You can combine any leftover candy you have on hand into these cookies – just make sure they have a nice crunch.
Give these cookies a try this Halloween and let us know in the comments if you enjoyed them!
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