You can’t really have Christmas without some Candy Canes right? Whether you go for the traditional hooks that hang on a tree, or the Hershey Kisses, I bet you end up with lots of leftover Candy Canes.
Well don’t let them go to waste, round up the kiddos and spend some time baking up some of these yummy treats.
Leftover Candy Cane Recipes
- Candy Cane Chocolate Cheesecake Bars – Oh. my. word. Forget the leftover candy canes, you’re going to want to go out and buy candy canes specifically for this recipe. I’m drooling just looking at it!
- Candy Cane Kiss Cookies – If you love Hershey Kisses then this is the recipe for you. You just need to decide whether to make the vanilla cookie version, or the chocolate. But hey it’s Christmas, why not make both!
- Candy Cane Chocolate Mousse Macaroon Cups – Oh these look wonderful, just perfect for an Afternoon Tea party, and if you’re worried about making mousse you don’t need to be, because it’s from a box mix!
- No-Bake Peppermint Cheesecake – If you don’t want to spend hours baking then check out this cheesecake that’s made with an Oreo crust. I love that pink filling, perfect for a Princess birthday party too!
- Candy Cane Swirl Cake – Oh I love the swirl on this one, you might want to make a practice cake first though as it uses a bundt tin and is a bit tricky to serve without it crumbling.
- Peppermint Brownies – Brownies are my favourite thing to bake because they are so easy, and perfect for baking with kids too. These Candy Cane Brownies look yummy.
- Candy Cane Crunch Milkshake – Who says Candy Canes are only for eating? How about making them into a good old fashioned milkshake instead? Delicious!
- Candy Cane Steamers Recipe – Or how about these Candy Cane Steamers, just perfect for warming up on a cold winter’s day.
- Sleigh Riding Teddy Bears Recipe – Here’s another great recipe for the kids to bake; super cute teddy bears riding on sleighs.
- Sledding Marshmallow Snowman – Or on a similar theme, how about marshmallow snowmen on sleds?
- Bend and Shape Candy Canes – Here’s a fun activity for the kids, let them play with the candy canes and see how many different shapes they can make.
- Candy Cane Rice Krispie Treats – How about something super simple? Rice Krispie treats with a touch of Candy Cane.
- Perppermint Oreo Truffles – Oh my goodness, these Oreo Truffles look amazing! You could serve these up at a Christmas party and your friends would be so impressed, and they’re really not that difficult to make.
- Candy Cane Bark Recipe – Well this has to be the easiest Candy Cane recipes I could find, because it only has two ingredients, and the kids will love crushing the canes with the rolling pin.
- Vegan Candy Cane Hot Cocoa Mix – How about using those Candy Canes to make a gift in a jar for someone who loves Hot Cocoa?
- Candy Cane Chocolate Swirl Fudge – I’ve never made fudge before because I always thought it sounded way too tricky. But one pot, five ingredients and ten minutes? I can do that, and I bet you could too!
- Peppermint Bark – How cool is this? Peppermint Bark, but you make it using cookie cutters so they look amazing!
~Clare, currently pinning to Christmas Recipes