Did you go trick or treating with your kids this year, and came home with enough candy for an army? What do you do with pounds of candy leftover? Of course you can give some to the kids and make treats with them, but why not sell the leftover candy?
That’s right you heard me. Sell the candy to a dentist to help prevent cavities on your child while at the same time the troops overseas can enjoy the greatness of your candy since they don’t go trick or treating. I just heard about this from one of my hair customers who goes to a dentist in East Brunswick, New Jersey and the website she gave me is mentioned below.
She asked me if I had any leftover Halloween candy. I said ” Of course I bought so much candy this year I actually have 3 big bags left plus what my kids collected. I even went through 6 big bags of candy, and still have this much sitting around.
Did you know a dentist will buy your candy back at $1 a pound? Ok, don’t get too excited yet, because your dentist has to be participating in this program in order for you to get any money. To check and see if your dentist is participating go here and on the right side enter your zip code and how many miles. Now click the search button.
In New Jersey around where I live within 20 miles from me, there are 17 dentists who are in this program. Hopefully you can be lucky and has many as well.
Now what else can you do with your leftover Halloween candy? I am going to give some article ideas from my fellow Associated Content Producers.
Make Milky Way Brownies From Leftover Halloween Candy By Linda Ann Nickerson
What a great combination. Smooth creamy Milky Way mixed with brownie, ooh to die for. Also you can use other candy bars, which are suggested in this article.
What Should I Do With All This Leftover Halloween Candy By Jaipi Sixbear
Why not freeze it and pass it out next year? This way you save lots of money. This article suggest some easy ideas you should check out.
Use Leftover Halloween Candy To Make Cheap Christmas Centerpieces By Sylvia Cochran
Are you crafty and need a simple and creative centerpiece for your Christmas table? How about a candy bush, or a candy wreath? Cute right?
For more ideas go to Associated Content, and in the search box put leftover Halloween candy.