Here are some yummy dessert recipes to use leftover Snickers candy bars from trick or treating. You can also buy them on clearance when they’re a lot less expensive!
Snickers Dessert Recipes – Ways To Use Leftover Candy Bars
I’m not sure how anyone would possibly have leftover Snickers Candy Bars, but here are some yummy recipes for using those leftover Snickers from trick or treating. You can also buy them on clearance when they’re a lot less expensive and make these recipes any time!
Try these recipes if you’re wondering what to do with extra Snickers candy bars or if you find a bunch of them on clearance after a major holiday.
Of course if you are anything like me there is no such thing as a leftover Snickers. My Snickers barely makes it home and through the door with me. Now that I think about it, they barely makes it from the store to my car. Hmm??? I wonder if I need some kind of “candy intervention”? Well anyway if you do happen to have a lot of Snickers left over from trick or treating, Christmas or Easter here are a couple of tasty recipes to make with those extra Snickers!
Turtle Sundae Recipe
Ice cream, vanilla or your favorite flavor
Hot fudge sauce
Snickers, cut into chunks
Scoop ice cream into bowls or parfait glasses, layering with caramel sauce, hot fudge, peanuts and Snickers. You can also top with whipped topping and a cherry.
This would be good made into an ice cream bar using all sorts of other candy bars and candies too.
Snickers Chocolate Chip Cookies
Your favorite chocolate chip dough
Snicker candy bars, cut into chunks
Gently stir in the Snicker chunks at the very end into your cookie dough. Bake as usual. Let cool for a couple of minutes before removing from cookie sheet.
Snickers Caramel Apple Pie
1 graham cracker pie crust
3 apples, diced*
1/4 cup caramel sauce or ice cream topping
15-20 mini Snickers, chopped
1 (8 oz.) container whipped topping
1/4 cup sweetened condensed milk
4 oz. cream cheese, softened
Combine cream cheese, sweetened condensed milk and whipped topping. Fold in apples and Snickers. Pour into pie crust. Drizzle with caramel sauce and a few Snickers. Chill for at least 4 hours.
*Tip – Sprinkle a little salt (1-2 tsp.) in a bowl of water to place the apples to set in after you dice them and while you are fixing the rest. Drain well before adding to rest. This keeps the apples from browning. Best eaten same day.