Whether you want to make your own candy or reuse trick-or-treat favorites, we've got tons of recipes that are all about Halloween's sugary accessory: candy!

By Rachael Ray Every Day
November 01, 2005
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Red-Hot Popcorn

You'll want to start bringing your own popcorn to the movies after you try this sweet-and-spicy treat.

Red-Hot Popcorn

Candy Corn "Queso" with Chips

When this tri-colored candy melts, it creates a beautiful orange hue that looks just like cheese sauce, but -- surprise -- it's sweet!

Candy Corn “Queso” with Chips

Caramel Baked Brie

Brie topped with something sweet is a classic combo. Brie topped with caramel candy will be your new favorite twist!

Caramel Baked Brie

Pretzel Turtles

This sweet-and-salty combo is beautiful enough to give as a party favor or gift!

Pretzel Turtles

Marzipan Mice

Marzipan is an almond paste that is easily moldable into any shape that you like -- even mice!

Marzipan Mice

Peanut Butter Cups

Encasing chocolate captures the contrasting texture and flavor of a filling such as chocolate's best friend, peanut butter.

Peanut Butter Cups

Strawberry Bonbons

These strawberry and chocolate bonbons are a taste of heaven.

Strawberry Bonbons

Whole Fruit Gems

Pectin is the natural thickener that puts the boing! into jellied candy.

Whole Fruit Gems

Chewy-Centered Lollipops

Candy thermometers measure the temperature of boiling sugar on its way to becoming candy.

Chewy-Centered Lollipops

White Chunky Chocolates

Candy molds make dozens of candies at once. Their uniform size means ingredients will cool at the same rate and candies will look identical when you pop them out.

White Chunky Chocolates

Goin Nuts Candy Bars

Coating with nuts gives semisoft, sticky candies a finished look and a firm, clean outer shell.

Goin Nuts Candy Bars

Candy Buttons

Piping with a pastry bag draws precise shapes with gooey ingredients.

Candy Buttons

Candy Sushi

This is a fun way to use up extra Twizzlers and fruit roll ups.

Candy Sushi

Candy Bar Fudge

Use your favorite -- or most bountiful -- candy bars in this delicious, four-ingredient recipe.

Candy Bar Fudge

Salty Chocolate Peanut Butter Brittle

Homemade brittle that tastes like a peanut butter cup? Count us in!

Salty Chocolate Peanut Butter Brittle

Red-Hot Cashew Brittle

No need to save your candy for this recipe -- the brittle tastes like Red Hots but none are actually used!

Red-Hot Cashew Brittle

Black-and-White Chocolate Truffles

Use a melon baller to scoop uniform, professional-looking truffles.

Black-and-White Chocolate Truffles

Pistachio Clusters

This recipe is almost-instant candy!

Pistachio Clusters

Chocolate-Covered Coconut Bars

Tempering chocolate gives a candy bar shine and snap when you bite into it.

Chocolate-Covered Coconut Bars

Dressed Up Cupcakes

Cupcakes that look like fast food? Yes, please! Transform your sweets to look like you favorite savory snacks.

Faux Fast Food