The weather is getting cooler, the leaves are changing color, Halloween is right around the corner, which means it’s candy corn season. Celebrate and embrace all things candy corn with these delectable recipes inspired by the tri-colored confections we’ve all come to know and love.
Start your Halloween festivities on a sweet note by dunking one (or two!) of these candy corn biscotti into your morning cup of joe.
This festive fall ice cream flavor is incredibly easy to make. Candy corn is dissolved in heavy cream and then refrigerated overnight before freezing in your ice cream maker. That’s it. Told you it was easy!
Crushed candy corn Oreos are mixed with soften cream cheese, rolled into balls, and covered with a melted vanilla candy coating to make these simple Halloween truffles.
The party mix to end all party mixes, this recipe has everything: Chex cereal, candy corn, M&Ms, Nutella, brownie mix … do I even need to continue?
For adults-only Halloween parties, these candy corn martinis are a must. Candy corn infused vodka (yes, you read that right) is mixed with butterscotch schnapps for a martini that’s truly enchanting.
Yogurt, orange juice, and pineapple juice are layered in Popsicle molds to create these frozen treats that look like candy corn.
Yellow, orange, and white frosting is piped on top of delicious from-scratch cupcakes that would look great on any Halloween party’s dessert table.
Whether you’re looking for a festive treat to bring into the office or a unique dessert for your Halloween party, these delectable layered concoctions are sure to be a hit.
This easy fudge recipe only uses four ingredients. You simply layer the colored fudge and cut into triangles.
These fun Rice Krispies Treats make fun (not to mention easy-to-make) party favors for any Halloween party.
Candy corn, crushed Halloween Oreos, pretzel sticks, and festive sprinkles mix with melted white chocolate to create this spooktastic treat.
That’s right, I said candy corn butter. This delicious Halloween spread takes crushed candy corn and creamy peanut butter (plus a little vegetable oil for added creaminess) to make a unique homemade gift.
Candy corn and white chocolate chips create a match made in heaven in these chewy soft batch cookies.
Curl up on All Hallows’ Eve with a warm mug of this candy corn-infused hot chocolate. It’s the perfect thing to sip while watching a scary movie!
A candy corn simple syrup replaces the corn syrup and white sugar that is usually called for in the original scotcharoo recipe to turn a classic dessert bar (and a personal favorite) into a festive Halloween treat.