While it's certainly fun to just eat Halloween candy right out of the bag, sometimes you end up with so much that you need a few good ways to get through it all. Luckily there are plenty of fun and creative recipes that include Halloween candy, so let's check out what you can bake up with all those treats. Are you finding yourself with a few too many bags of candy corn on your hands (though I'm not sure that it's possible to have TOO much candy corn!)? Turn that candy corn into Homemade Butterfingers! Head over to In Katrina's Kitchen and learn how! Have plenty of peanut butter cups? These delicious peanut butter cup cookies from Love From The Oven will help you use them up, and might just create a new family favorite cookie recipe. Tons of Twix Bars in the kids' bags? Twix Trifles from Gimmie Some Oven are a fun and really creative way to to use up those Twix Bars.

Every Trick or Treater's bag always seems to have more than it's fair share of Tootsie Rolls. How about make Tootsie Roll Fudge with them? A really cool and creative idea from Food Blogga.

Looking for a way to use up a variety of candy all at once? This Butterscotch Candy Bar Brownies Tart from Becky Bakes uses 1 1/2 cups of whatever candy bars you want.

While it may not claim to be pretty, The Ugly Scary Halloween Candy Gooey Brownie from Jules Food sounds like one sticky, sweet and delicious way to dispose of some of that candy.

Feel like you have a Halloween Hangover? Wasabi Prime has the cure with their Botched Butterscoted Bars which make good use of leftover candy corn.

The Cooking Photographer has a great way to use up your extra Butterfingers with Butterfinger Caramel Apples. This is certainly one that the kids would have a great time helping make.

Need something to do with all those Nestle Crunch Bars? Love From The Oven turns a regular box cake mix into extra chocolatey Crunch Bar Cupcakes.

Pennies On A Platter shows you how to use up a lot of candy quickly and easily with a delicious Halloween Candy Bark recipe.

Snickers Bars always seem to be plentiful at Halloween, and Snickers Cups from The Sweets Life would be a delicious way to turn them into a tasty dessert.

Quite possibly the most creative use of Halloween candy? Popsicles! You are sure to be the coolest mom on the block when you whip up popsicles full of Halloween candy like Kitchen Corners did!

Another great "any candy goes" recipe is Eat At Allie's Candy Bar Shortbread Squares. Yum, Halloween candy and buttery shortbread? Yes please!

Chat And Chew used up almost two cups of Halloween candy, including Whoppers, Milk Duds, Hershey's Minis and Reese's Pieces in her Leftover Halloween Candy Cake.

Just in case you still need one more fun way to use up that candy corn, Love From The Oven combines candy corn, white chocolate and even your leftover Halloween sprinkles to create Quick And Easy Candy Corn White Chocolate Rice Krispies Treats.

About the Author:

My name is Christi. I LOVE to bake. I HATE to cook. This works out great for dessert, but not so well for dinner. Oh well, I've accepted it, and have the pizzeria on speed dial. I love baking for others - for holidays, for special occasions, for gifts or just for the heck of it - I mean who doesn't love random cake pops on a Tuesday for no reason??? I share most of my baking and treat making ideas on my blog - Love From The Oven. My favorite things are my two daughters, open adoption, photography, Diet Coke, fries with ranch dressing, my iPad, 80's hair bands, frozen margaritas, sarcasm, Marc Jacobs handbags, rainy days, Bravo on my DVR, hot pretzels at Disneyland, decorating for the holidays, my husband doing the dishes and the distant memory of sleeping in.