Lots....and well, as long as there are so many, you have to sneak one here and there. Or you can be like my household where we get anywhere between 350-400 kids on Halloween. We try to have enough candy to give out. But there is always an ample amount left over. I usually take that extra candy to work the day after Halloween so it isn't singing our names behind the cupboard doors.
But what else can you do with those left over Butterfingers? This is amazingly easy! I always have a couple cake mixes in the pantry for a quick way to make a dessert when I need one.
This recipe starts with a yellow cake mix. You need Butterfingers candy bars and some frosting. Make your own, or buy a can of frosting. Whatever you like. Send these to school for a special class treat or take them to work. OR, eat them all yourself! :-) The best part is that you got to use of some of those Butterfingers!!
1 18.25 box yellow cake mix (or you can use chocolate)
3 2.1- oz. Butterfingers candy bars , chopped and divided (if you have those little bars, use the equivalent)
1 12-oz container prepared chocolate or vanilla frosting
Preheat oven to 350 degrees.
Prepare cake mix batter according to package directions; stir in 1/2 cup chopped Butterfingers.
Spoon into prepared muffin cups.
Bake for 15-20 minutes or unti wooded pick inserted in center comes out clean.
Cool completely. Frost.
Sprinkle frosting with remaining chopped Butterfingers.
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