The PERFECT solution!
Yesterday was one of my favorite days of the year. I sent the big kids off to school, I sent the little kids off to the babysitter’s (Mama had work to do!), and then I came back home to my nice, clean kitchen and did something so luxurious, so scandalous, so absolutely delicious that it felt almost embarrassing.
I lined up bags and bags and filled-to-the-brim pumpkins, looked around, realized that no one was there to see what was about to go down. And then I went for it. All the leftover Halloween candy was mine, all mine, and no one could stop me. As a general rule, I don’t even like candy, but there it was, just staring at me in the face, so how could I say no?
Well, I couldn’t. But after a few m&m’s, a mounds, a Reese’s peanut butter cup, another Mounds, and something unidentifiable but still delicious, my candy eating spree came to an end. So now I am left with the question: what do I do with the rest of the candy?
If you have leftover Halloween candy, this hack is coming to your rescue.