It's 9:00 p.m. and the exodus of Trick or Treaters have left you and your now sleeping children alone on this cold, dark Halloween night. The only light visible is the blue-ish glow coming from the television and the single light over your kitchen stove.
All of a sudden, you feel its presence. A nagging constant subliminal tap-tap-tapping coming from the day-glo orange plastic squash stares you down. It sits there silently, waiting. You've welcomed it in: Halloween Candy.
The kids are asleep and won't know. In fact, they aren't called "Fun Size" for nothing, right? Each piece is so small...barely one bite. Couldn't do much harm.
Leftover Halloween candy can be the beginning of a long and highly caloric "holiday season". Typically, households get twice as much candy in return as they give out. What really do you plan on doing with it all? For one-quarter of the year (late October thru early January), most of the celebrations we attend focu...