candy corn Recipes
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candy corn Recipes are always a hit at our house for Fall and of course Halloween, whip up some of these delicious desserts today!!
Candy Corn Cake Decorating
Candy corns can be used in a variety of ways to decorate a cake. You can add multiple flowers like we put on our cupcakes earlier in this guide or just use candy corn as small accents in your decorating. Or why not go all in with this attractive design?
You can make an even more attractive design on a circular cake. Just work your way from the outside of the cake to the inside.
candy Corn Popcorn Balls
Here’s a cute recipe from About.com. You could do this with popcorn, as shown below, or make a Rice Krispies treat instead. All you need is some butter, mini marshmallows, vanilla and salt. And of course, some candy corns too. You can even put this together quickly in the microwave.
Just mix the popped corn and candy corns together in a bowl. Prepare the marshmallow mix according to instructions and mix thoroughly. Then, with greased hands, form into balls and let cool.
For the Adults – candy Corn Vodka
If you can’t get enough candy corn flavor, you can now add it to your vodka and cocktails. To make candy corn vodka, simply add equal parts vodka and candy corns in a mason jar. Close the jar, shake and let sit for 3 hours before straining. Use it in your favorite vodka cocktail. It tastes great with pineapple juice!
Candy Corn Bark
This is a simple chocolate treat to put together quickly. All you need is 3 cups of chocolate chips, ½ cup Rice Krispies and 1 cup of candy corn. Melt the chocolate in the microwave. Add the Rice Krispies and ½ cup of candy corn to the chocolate and stir. Spread on a non-stick cookie sheet and then top with the remaining candy corn. Let cool completely and break up into chunks to serve.
You can also get fancy and do a white chocolate swirl, as shown in this recipe and in the photo below.
Creepy candy Corn Popcorn Hands
This is a creepy little party treat or decoration and all it requires is a plastic glove, candy corn, some popped corn and a string or elastic. Start by placing one candy corn to each glove tip and then fill the glove with popcorn. Tie off the end of the glove, so the popcorn doesn’t spill out.
candy Corn Pizza
This is based on a Pillsbury favorite recipe, but you can top the pizza however you’d like. Make a large chewy chocolate chip cookie your crust. Spread peanut butter on top of the cookie and top with chocolate chips, candy corn and drizzle with frosting. Cut like a pizza and enjoy.
Who knew candy corn could be so versatile, hey? Try any or all these fun projects or use them for inspiration to create your own.
Don’t forget to check out the 4 Creative Uses for candy Corn too!