Football Snacks

5 Ways to Turn Leftover Halloween Candy into Football Snacks

The Halloween festivities may be over, but there’s a good likelihood you still have a bowl full of Halloween candy. When one occasion ends, another begins and so we welcome... Football season!!

At HERSHEY’S Kitchens, we’ve come up with some fun treats that you can make from your Halloween haul. Impress all the gridiron fans in your family with these scrumptious goodies.

1. Fan Favorite Chocolate Peanut Butter Snack Mix

This is a great idea for when you need a quick and easy snack. Just toss these sweet and salty ingredients together and you’ll have plenty of time to cheer on the home team.

Chocolate Snack Mix

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2. Crunchy REESE’S Mini Pieces Oatmeal Cookies

It’s always a good idea to bake something tasty and satisfying that can be held in one hand when watching football. We all know what those games are like. One minute it’s first down and quiet, the next, it’s third and goal and the crowd is jumping up and down.

Reeses Oatmeal Cookie

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3. HERSHEY’S Chocolate and Candy Dipped Pretzel Rods

Toffee bits and chocolate; crunchy and creamy. These pretzel rods fulfill every possible dessert need. And even if those referees make a bad call, you know you’ll have made a good one with this snack.

Candy Dipped Pretzel

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4. HERSHEY’S Gridiron Cake

A perfect football field chocolate cake covered in candy. What we’ve got here is an unbeatable football treat. This food is meant to be played with.

Football Field Cake

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5. Chocolate Blossoms with REESE’S Peanut Butter Cup Minis

The classic combination of chocolate and peanut butter makes this twist on the blossom cookie extra delicious. Just nestle a mini peanut butter cup into the tops of each and you’ve got cookies that are certain touchdowns. Super yummy treats perfect for Sunday.

Chocolate Blossoms

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By repurposing your Halloween candy into these tasty desserts, you can be sure to please the crowd. These treats will have everyone in your Sunday football parties doing their end-zone happy dance.

Hut, hut, HERSHEY’S!

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