Before you throw/donate/eat all of your Halloween candy, think about the holidays coming up:

– Those mini-Hershey’s make great smores.
– The Kit-Kats, M&M’s and Reese’s pair great in ‘snack themed’ gift baskets.
– The large assortment is great for company on New Year’s Eve.  Place it in a large bowl and let others eat it for you.
– Do your children have a birthday coming up?  The candy is great for pinatas and/or party bags!
– Brighten a teacher’s day with a few candy bars tied together with a simple “thank you” note.
– Candy makes great toppings for ice cream sundaes!  Crush it up and add it on!

I did a little research, and found that most candy, if purchased around Halloween, will still be ‘good’ for at least 6 months!  Chocolate also freezes really well!


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  2. Frozen chocolate does really well. Just don’t be dumb like I was (in junior high) and try to microwave Hershey’s Kisses….with the wrapper on.
    That may or may not cause sparks to fly..

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