Everyone knows that frozen candy is delicious, and now there's a delivery system to get it into your belly faster than ever before. In a crafty method devised by reddit user dericpeace, a refrigerator's ice cube maker can be turned into a frozen candy dispenser. And why not? Ice cube trays can freeze water just fine, thank you very much!
The video below shows exactly how it works -- essentially, you just empty out the frigid contents of your freezer's ice machine, and dump in all the candy you could possibly desire. Reese's, M&M's, Junior Mints, mini candy bars, you name it. If you're crazy, you can even turn on the "Crushed" setting. Might be good for topping sundaes?
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And there you have it: the perfect storage method for your leftover Halloween candy, right at your fingertips. Happy fridge-hacking, everyone.
Adam Lapetina is a Food/Drink staff writer for Thrillist, and needs to get his superintendent to fix his fridge first. Read his musings at @adamlapetina.