The rain and drizzle kept many kids home Halloween night – or they went to just a few homes so that they could say they went trick-or-treating. That means for many of us, we had bowls of leftover treats.
Check out some of the neighbourhood tallies. One homeowner in Bowness reported she had 15 kids, while another in Garrison Woods had “240 and no end in sight.” Check out the #YYCkidcount HERE.
Hardcore moms will tell you that you should incorporate those Smarties into brownies; chop up those Kit Kat chocolates and use them as a cake topping. Or, save your gummies, chips, chocolates and suckers and use them as decorations on your Christmas gingerbread house.
How to turn your leftover Halloween candy into art. Read it from Global News —> HERE.
I came up with a different way to use that candy. First, you’ll need to hunt down a shower cap. It seems that people don’t wear shower caps much any more. They weren’t the easiest suckers to find. Then, you’ll need some whipped cream. And then it’s time for the fun to begin.
Ladies and gentlemen, goblins and ghouls. May I present to you Jeff and Sarah’s Halloween Candy Toss.
The best part of this messy debacle was there was a huge corporate meeting in our Q107 kitchen just minutes after Jeff and Sarah’s Halloween Candy Toss.
Tell the truth: Do you have any candy left … or did you stuff it all in your mouth already? Ha. – Sarah