Halloween is full of fabulous treats, maybe a little too full of treats. Now I know it is exciting for kids to get loads and loads of candy treats, but you probably don't want them to eat all that candy. Worse yet, you probably don't want to eat all of that candy yourself. I mean you might WANT to, but it's best not to. So what to do with all those yummy leftover Halloween candies? I got ya! You can regift them as fabulously edible holiday gifts!

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Check out these five ways to turn your leftover Halloween candy into holiday gifts and go ahead and start making them before the kids or you eat all the candy!

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Bark it up! 1

Bark it up!

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This is great because it looks pretty and if you put it in a tin and put a bow on it, who wouldn't be happy to get this candy bark as a gift?

Get the full recipe directions at keyingredient.

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Can it! 2

Can it!

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Okay, this is so cute and clever! Separate the candies by type and then "can" them in mason jars. Even if you don't go all out and decorate the jars it's a great idea.

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Ticky tack it! 3

Ticky tack it!

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If you are having any parties that involve kids, you can use leftover Halloween candy to decorate gingerbread houses. The the kids have a take-home party favor that they made themselves.

Wreath it! 4

Wreath it!

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I think this would be a very cute hostess gift. It's something that could be put out for all guests to enjoy and wreaths are totally in this season.

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Candy cake it! 5

Candy cake it!

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Instead of giving out the same old tired fruit cake this season, give out homemade candy cake!

Get the full recipe directions at Food Librarian.