Some Baby Ruth cookies born out of leftover Halloween candy

Guest post written by Zach Roten

I'm on a budget, so I don't like to let any food in my apartment go to waste. Even if I have just a little bit of it left over, I'll make sure to use it in a creative way. So when I bought some Halloween candy to give to the neighbors' kids when they came around in their Halloween costumes. Well, they were the only trick or treaters who came by, so I had lots of candy left over. I didn't' want to sit there and eat a whole bag myself, so I decided to incorporate it in to some good dessert recipe instead.
I looked online to see if I could find a recipe that I could fix with all of that leftover Halloween candy. When I was looking, I found a listing of best internet service providersand showed it to my roommates. Then we agreed on changing over our apartment's service to one of those providers.
I did make these really awesome baby ruth cookies and I still had a few mini fun sized bars fo the candy left over afterward.
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April ran away from Suburbia to live life more sustainably with her husband. The kids are all grown but return quite often. She is a little city mixed in with Martha Stewart like smarts. She is an ex IT downsized Corporate gal. Follow her as she learns all the Green Acres chores on her 40 acre farm while introducing her readers to products she believes in.


  1. OH Love baby ruths I just ate the last one this afternoon

  2. Mmmmmm, okay. Anyone else always think of that dude from the movie "The Goonies" when you hear "Baby Ruth"????

  3. The ultimate in yummy recycling :)

  4. I have heard a lot of different recipes using candy bars, but never baby ruth. Sounds good.

  5. I love baby ruth candy bars so id love them cooked into anything


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