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14 Treats (and 1 Trick!) to Make for Halloween

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Candy: It's the whole point of Halloween. Right? Right!

You can never have just one kind of candy—that would be absurd. There are candy bars (long live the full size), staples of a winning trick-or-treat bag, and plenty of bold and/or boozy goodies for the advanced sweet tooth. Here are some of the candies we'll be making (and eating) in time for Halloween:

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The Bars

Cookies and Cream Bars by Sarah Jampel

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Cookies and Cream

  

Twix Bars by Jestei

twix bars

 

Almond Joy Candy Bars by Kristin Rosenau

almond joy candy bars

 

Homemade Crunch Bars by Marian Bull

homemade crunch bars

 

The Classics

Homemade Tootsie Rolls by Heather Baird

homemade tootsie rolls

 

Chocolate Caramel Apples by Alice Medrich

chocolate caramel apples

 

Brown Sugar Caramel Corn with Fleur de Sel by yummy supper

brown sugar caramel corn

 

Homemade Cow Tales by Heather Baird

homemade cow tales

 

Salted Maple Honeycomb Candy by Merrill Stubbs

salted maple honeycomb

 

The New Class

Orange Blossom Candied Cranberries by CozyDelicious

orange blossome candied cranberries

 

Moonshine Marshmallows by Caitlin Freeman

moonshine marshmallows

 

Spiced Cider Jellies by thirschfeld

spiced cider jellies

 

Pine Nut Brittle with Rosemary by Mrs. T

pine nut brittle with rosemary

 

Salted Pumpkin Caramels by cheese1227

 salted pumpkin caramels

And, if you are into tricks, there's something for you, too.

What are your favorite treats for the most ghoulish day of the year? And did you bring enough to share? Let us know in the comments!


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Tags: halloween, candy, diy candy