The best way to cure your Halloween candy hangover is with more chocolate! Use this recipe to turn your leftover candy into decadent chocolate fudge!
Are you drowning in leftover Halloween candy right now?
In my house, the good Halloween candy always goes fast. Reese's and Kit-Kats disappear at light speed. The other chocolate bars - Butterfingers, Twix, Snickers - never last long either. Then the chewy candies like Skittles and Starbursts start to disappear, until only the packs of Smarties are left. Does anyone actually like Smarties? Can we all just agree that they're not good and stop including them in the giant bags of mixed Halloween candy?
Anyway, I'm guessing that you still have a few candy bars leftover from the holiday. I did give you two reminders on Instagram (here and here) to save some Halloween candy for today's recipe, after all. Don't be ashamed if you accidentally ate all the good chocolates already. Just run out and buy a bag of leftover Halloween candy on sale, because you're not going to want to miss out on this chocolatey treat!
This classic chocolate fudge is stuffed with all the best chocolate candies (I used Reese's peanut butter cups, Butterfingers, and Kit-Kats, but you can use whatever chocolates you like) and topped with a dark chocolate drizzle. It's basically Halloween on steroids. It's rich, and decadent, and oh so chocolatey! And since we're already on sugar overload this week, what's the harm in enjoying some fudge, too?Print