What’s a Mom Supposed to Do With All That Leftover Halloween Candy?
Trick or treating, trunk or treat, an at-home Halloween — it’s no secret that this holiday looks different this year, but having lots of leftover Halloween candy remains a constant. Much of it is intended for front porch distribution, and rather than confronting a disappointed child with an empty bowl because they bought too little, shoppers tend to buy in bulk. It’s estimated that Americans will spend an average of $92 per household just in Halloween candy season, and come November 1, that can mean pounds of sugar-packed temptation still sitting around. I find it resourceful to get creative in what to do with all the leftover candy and have some suggestions that might make this Halloween season easier....Read More