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7. Candy Corn Martini
Mamas, are you sitting down? Because I have some news for you. You can enjoy candy corn in the form of alcohol. Yes, you read that right. ALCOHOL. If you happen to have a night to yourself, or a night out with no kids, you might mix yourself up a tasty candy corn martini to sip on. (Not before you drive, of course.) With infused vodka, butterscotch schnapps and pineapple juice, this drink is a sweet, fruity fantasy come true!
If you want to try a test batch before your big night, stop by 3 Yummy Tummies for the full ingredient list and step-by-step instructions.
source: Wine And Glue
8. Candy Corn Poke Cake
Add a bit of fun to standard poke cake with this candy corn recipe. It’s really easy, even for baking disaster moms like me, so there’s no excuse for not giving it a try. It looks so moist and delicious! I would make this for my own family to enjoy, since there isn’t a lot of work involved.
Want to make your own candy corn poke cake? Check out the recipe on Wine And Glue.
source: Lil’ Luna
9. Candy Corn Pretzel Fudge
Pretzels are healthy(ish), right? Let’s say yes, so that I can justify making this marshmallow, chocolate chip, candy corn recipe. The combination of sweet & salty is an acquired taste, but something tells me it won’t take long for anyone to come around to this pretzel fudge treat. I’d definitely feel better serving this to my kids than some other sugary snack.
If you’d like to feel less guilty about giving your kids dessert, check out Lil’ Luna for this salty sweet “how to.”
source: Cincy Shopper
10. Candy Corn Jello
Why, jello there! Glad you stopped by. Really. Because now I can share this Jell-o recipe with you! It’s certainly not anything fancy, but it’s enough to get some candy corn love mixed in to your life. And while this version is “kid-friendly,” I’m sure there’s an easy way to turned it into a spiked variation for grown ups.
Pop on over to Cincy Shopper for everything you need to know about this wiggly, jiggly Jell-o creation.