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Wednesday
Oct242012

13 Ways to Mess with Candy Corn

Creamed Candy Corn!First things first. Last week I offered to give away a copy of my masterpiece entitled CakeSpy Presents Sweet Treats for a Sugar-Filled Life. To enter to win, I asked people which they preferred: Candy corn or Mellowcreme Pumpkins.

Well, the winner, Becky S. from Plainfield, IL chose candy corn, and says that crazy as it sounds she eats each piece color by color.

Congratulations Becky!

And this got me thinking how over the years I have messed with candy corn in quite a few ways. Here's a roundup to give you some ideas for how to get downright mischievous with maize--of the sugary sort. Enjoy!

Candy Corn Nanaimo Bars.

Put it all in a pie crust with other Halloween candy and make Leftover Halloween Candy Pie.

Enjoy candy corn in the morning with Candy Corn Muffins.

Make popcorn balls.

Deep-fry it.

Cocoa Krispies Treats with Candy Corn

Make some tricked-out Krispie Treats!

Celebrate it by making Candy Corn shaped cookies!

Creamed Candy Corn (pictured top)

Make tricolor cookies.

Candy Corn upside down cake

Candy Corn Upside-Down Cake.

Boston cream pie

Make this delicious Candy Corn Boston Cream Pie recipe.

Of course, you could always also make your OWN candy corn! The recipe is in my book.

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Reader Comments (1)

LOL and inspired by your creativity, Jessie.

Love your artwork, too.

P.s. Growing up in Japan, candy corns were a rare commodity that were consumed only on occasion thanks to my friends with PX privileges. Now I'm in the US and have the happy option of trying out all your fun candy corn ideas!
October 24 | Unregistered CommenterThe Ninja Baker

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