Since I seem to be on a theme this week, lets look at some great Holiday Candy Corn Recipes to try out at our next Halloween party. Not a fan of candy corn? Well, these recipes have the look going, but quite different tastes. Come see what I found!
From the blog Live Love Pasta, a great Candy Corn Mousse recipe! This recipe has a mix of cream cheese and whipped cream and I’m betting tastes just a little like cheese cake. Definitely a plus in my book. Created by Kara, she and her partners started livelovepasta because they are very passionate about food and wanted to share this passion with others. They post one recipe Monday through Friday with step-by-step pictures that include printable directions. A great site for some awesome ideas.
These cute Candy Corn Sugar Cookies are from the blog, Kathie Cooks. Kathie is a stay at home mom who just recently decided to follow her dreams and graduate from culinary school. Her blog is full of great recipes. These sugar cookies, while looking a whole lot like candy corn, actually have a lemon flavor. Fun to make and I’m betting even more fun to eat!
From Rebecca at Home Seasons, we have Candy Corn Jello. Wouldn’t this be a great little dessert at a holiday party? Home Seasons is a blog where Rebecca and her partners share all their favorite holiday decorating tips and ideas! They offer you the best tips and products for your home during any holiday season year round. A great website to go to if you are decorating and need ideas for quality products at low costs without having to leave the comfort of your home.
Very cute Candy Corn Rice Crispies Treats! Made by Rachel of The Distracted Crab. A nice little tutorial contains some great photos on how this treat was made. Very sweet.
Lori from Recipe Girl, shows us how to make candy corn fudge. Very pretty! RecipeGirl.com houses over 2,500 original and adapted recipes. Lori spends her days developing recipes and photographing food and writing for companies, websites and publications, as well as creating original recipes and themed menus to add to RecipeGirl.com.
And finally, from Blog 5 to 9, we have Candy Corn Butterfinger Pops. Dipped in chocolate! Created by Vanessa, these pops are just amazing! Blog 5 to 9 features three co-workers, friends, and shopping buddies. From 9 to 5, they are Industrial Engineers, out to save our healthcare organization time and money. From 5 to 9, they parent, craft, bake, cook, throw parties, and take photos.
See anything you want to try? I know I do. Be sure to show these blogs a little love when you swing by. There are some great ideas there!