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You either love it or you hate it! Each of these orange, yellow and white kernels has three colors, about 7 calories and a lot of sugar. Did you know Manufacturers now produce “Indian corn” (with a brown end instead of yellow) for Thanksgiving, “Reindeer corn” (red and green) for Christmas, “Cupid corn” (red and pink) for Valentine’s Day, “Bunny corn” (white and various bright colors) for Easter and “Freedom corn” (red, white and blue) for July 4. I can guarantee that these 5 cute candy corn DIY projects and recipes will be next on your to-do list, just in time for Halloween!
1. Candy Corn Cookies
Slice and bake cookies are the best! She makes 3 different colors of dough, and presses them together in a pan to create candy corn’s signature orange, yellow and white coloring. These cookies will be everyone’s favorite, even those crazy people who don’t LOVE candy corn.
2. Candy Corn Nail Art
I think this is probably the cutest Halloween nail look I’ve ever seen. French tips just got a whole lot sweeter! If you have white, yellow and orange nail polish you can follow along with this nail art tutorial have have some wickedly awesome candy corn nails, too!
3. Candy Corn Soap
There’s just something about watching people make soap that is so relaxing, now you can do it yourself! All you need is Melt & Pour Glycerin Soap, Soap Dye/Coloring and Craft Bottles or Recycled Containers. She even shows us how we can paint liquid soap bottles to jazz up your bathroom this Halloween. CAUTION: This soap may look good enough to eat, but it will NOT be tasty.
4. Candy Corn Jell-o Treats
She takes 3 different kinds of jell-o to make this spooky, candy corn themed treat! The sky’s the limit with what containers you can serve this jell-o in, but I love the plastic wine glasses she uses, I think it adds just a little pizzazz.
5. Candy Corn Cupcakes
Cupcakes just got a whole lot better! This recipe is super easy because all you need is boxed cake mix and food coloring. I’m making these and sending them with my son to school to share with his classmates!
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