What to do with leftover Halloween candy?

Halloween is over! It's sad but true. In my house, we start decorating the first weekend in October, and tear down all the decorations by November 1st. The one thing that we have left over is a TON of candy. My littles are really little, so they might have 3 M&M's each or a Dum Dum after their nap, but other than that they don't eat much candy. Luckily for my husband and I, we have been ravaging... I mean sifting through the candies every night since Halloween. Unfortunately for me, it seems as though our neighbors were boycotting all of my favorite candies, because I only had like two sour candies out of the whole bunch, but whatever.
As I was scanning through Pinterest the other day, I stumbled upon Just a Taste's Leftover Halloween Candy Blondies Recipe. I have to admit, it's kind of genius. I will get up and bake any recipe as long as we have all the ingredients on hand. Luckily for us, we had all the basic ingredients for this Blondies recipe and tons of leftover Halloween candy.
So, first of all you should check out the recipe here and then you can get to the fun part. Like chopping up candy and adding it to the blondie batter. 
This is what it looked like as I was mixing in the leftover candy. 
Probably the best part of the recipe was placing the chopped up pieces of candy all over the top. 
And, how good does this look? All baked and crisp on the outside, but super moist with ooey gooey melted chocolate pieces on the inside.
Here it is all cooled down, chopped up and with a bite taken out of it of course! I am so glad I stumbled upon www.justataste.com there are so many amazing recipes over there.  
So, tell me what do you do with your leftover Halloween candy?