Candy filled calzones drizzled with icing are the perfect Halloween treat, made with leftover Trick-or-Treat Snickers candy bars.
By Sue Lau | Palatable Pastime
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Today I am sharing a recipe for candy calzones, which are flaky pastry turnovers filled with chocolate Halloween candy bars.
Using pre-made pie crusts, they are very simple and quick to get together, and taste great. So if you are looking for a little special Halloween treat to make for the kids, or maybe when Halloween is past want to find a way to repurpose and lighten your load of Beggar’s Night treats, this is just the recipe for you.
Festive Foodies bloggers have joined hands to bring you a collection of favorite Halloween recipes, both today, and again on Thursday, so join us both days.
On Thursday I will be sharing my recipe for devilishly spicy Ghost Cheddar Popcorn, a treat not for the faint of heart, but again, not too spicy either. Perfect for your Movie Night at home with a Halloween Film Fest.
What is your favorite Halloween movie? I am a scary movie addict, so pretty much like them all. Everything from “It’s a Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown” to “The Exorcist” that pretty much sums it up from A-Z.
- All Hallow’s Eve Orange Cake by Family Around the Table
- All Eyes on You Pumpkin Peanut Cake Balls by Our Good Life
- Candy Calzones by Palatable Pastime
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- Ghosts in the Graveyard Trifle by Cooking with Carlee
- Ghoul Fudge by Cindy’s Recipes and Writings
- Halloween Layer Cake by Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks
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- Pickled Brains by Culinary Adventures with Camilla
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More Halloween Recipes on Thursday!
- 6 ounces Snicker's mini candy bars
- 1 14.1 ounce box Pillsbury Pie Crusts
- 1 bottle Wilton Black Cookie Icing
- 1 bottle Wilton Orange Cookie Icing
- 1 bottle Wilton White Cookie Icing
- assorted Halloween sprinkles
- Preheat oven to 375°F.
- Roll out the pie dough and using a biscuit cutter or similar, cut out 3-inch circles of dough on a silpat mat.
- Chop candy bars up and place 1 tablespoon on each circle of dough (2 minis does three dough circles), fold over the dough and crimp edges to seal.
- Place dough on a foil or silpat lined baking sheet and cut a couple of small slits into each calzone.
- Bake for 20 minutes or until golden brown.
- Allow to cool then drizzle with prepared cookie icing and sprinkles.
- Allow icing to set up for 45 minutes to harden.
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Snickers are my favorite! These could be dangerous in my house!
I have been anxiously awaiting this post since I saw the title. You did not disappoint.
I love the Halloween look! Very festive!
We are huge halloween movie fans too, hard to pick a favorite! These look awesome!
Great way to use unwanted or leftover Halloween candy. It was always Milky Way in our house.