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Yes, we know Halloween is likely going to be different this year, but there are still plenty of ways to have holiday fun, especially in the kitchen. Instead of buying or going door-to-door for candy, consider making your own!

On the surface, you might think that’s easier said than done, but there are plenty of hacks and recipes you can check out to recreate some of Halloween’s most popular chocolate bars.

Want proof? We gathered five how-to videos below to show you how easy it can be to make homemade chocolate bars.


Reese’s Cups

Chocolate + peanut butter = ICONIC! In addition to always being a popular treat, Reese’s Cups are also surprisingly simple to make.

Homemade Peanut Butter Cups Recipe | Reeses Cup from Scratch

A homemade version of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups! Full recipe here: This video shows you how to m...


Kit-Kat Bars

Light and sweet, Kit-Kat Bars are another classic that seemingly everyone loves, and you don’t need a ton of ingredients to replicate them at home.

How to make: Easy Homemade Kit Kat Bars

This no-bake dessert recipe for Homemade Kit Kat Bars has been a family favorite for years! Layers of crackers, graham cracker crumbs, chocolate, brown sugar...


Crunch Bars

Best part about making your own Crunch Bars? You can use whatever type of chocolate you want AND you can make them a bit crispier if you’d like!

How to Make Chocolate Crunch Bars | Nestle Crunch Bar Copycat Recipe

Print the FULL recipe on my website here: In this episode of In The Kitchen With Matt, I will show you ...


Take 5

The Take 5 bar is truly a salty-sweet masterpiece. It’s also an easy bar to recreate in your kitchen. All you need is chocolate, peanuts, caramel, peanut butter, and pretzels, and you’re on your way to making some delicious candy.

Homemade Mini Take5 Chocolate Bar - In The Kitchen With Kate

Want to try our British Candy? Visit Recipe: Pretzels Peanut butter 125g icing sugar 60g unsalted butter 30g caramels/toffees 2...



Whether you’re making right or left Twix, you might end up making the homemade version of this popular candy bar year-round. They’re that easy to make!

Twix Bars | Delish

It's basically the candy bar super-sized-AKA, heaven. DIRECTIONS 1. Preheat oven to 300 degrees F. Line a 9-x-13" pan with parchment paper and spray with coo...

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