So, this year we had no tick or treaters. Not one. We live in an apartment complex, so we figured we would get some and bought a bunch of candy. And then no one came to our door. Since we are not going to eat a whole bunch of candy by ourselves, I was trying to figure out what to do with it. I remembered last year seeing a leftover Halloween candy bundt cake on Baking Bites, and I decided to go for it.
This cake was really easy to make -- put a bunch of ingredients together, fold in the candy and you are good to go. We used Milk Duds, Whoppers, and Kit Kats because that is what we had, but I imagine you could use anything. I also didn't have a bundt pan (no idea where it went), so I made it it a tube pan and it came out fine. You can see the candy swirled into the cake, although a bunch of it did melt into the cake. It was good, although nothing totally amazing.
I was also glad I could make this because one of the blogs that I follow, the Food Librarian, is making 30 bundts in 30 days to celebrate national bundt day, so I thought I would bake along too. My pictures of the whole cake didn't come out that well, but in case you want to see the finished cake, here it is:
You can find the recipe for the cake here, from Baking Bites.