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Leftover Halloween Candy Bar Fondue

By: Sarah Olson from themagicalslowcooker.com
Leftover Halloween Candy Bar Fondue
Leftover Halloween Candy Bar Fondue
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When you have candy leftover from preparing for those adorable trick-or-treaters, try getting "rid" of it in one easy recipe. Leftover Halloween Candy Bar Fondue is a great way to make use of those remaining bags of candy. Just throw your choice of mini candy bars into the slow cooker, with a few other components for a perfect, melted chocolaty dipping sauce that you can use to dunk graham crackers, marshmallows or your favorite fruit. Yum!

Makes3 cups

Slow Cooker Time HIGH2 hr

Cooking MethodSlow Cooker

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What a great way to use up the extra Halloween candy and get it out of the house. You can have a late party and invite your friends over to eat it up and get it gone finally. Then, you have a little time until Thanksgiving before it starts all over again. What are your favorite candies to add to the fondue? I think I would have to make a couple. One of mine would have to be a mint chocolate, but the other would be a toss up between a Reese's or a caramel and chocolate fondue with Snickers.

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