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Using up Halloween candy in baked goods, or, "brownies with benefits"?

buttertart | Nov 2, 201105:33 AM

I've seen some recipes lately incorporating Halloween candy - a candy corn fudge (ehh), a Nerds ice cream sandwich (the horror...) and meringues with peppermint patties in them (sound terrific for the holidays) in "Wonan's Day" mag for example.
They got me thinking, which can be a dangerous thing. I am pondering making brownies with Milk Duds and possibly malt balls in them (the latter having been scorned by our trick or treaters). Should I? If so, should I melt the Duds and use them as a swirl? Can I get some pretels in there somewhere?
What say you? Where does your leftover candy disappear to?

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