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    Default Candy Corn

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    1 C sugar
    2/3 C white corn syrup
    1/3 C butter

    Combine in pan, bring to boil stirring CONSTANTLY. Turn heat low and boil
    5 minutes. Stir occasionally. Remove from heat and add:

    1 tsp vanilla
    several drops food coloring (optional)

    Meanwhile, combine:

    2 1/2 C powdered sugar
    1/4 tsp salt
    1/3 C powdered milk

    Add all at once to mixture in pan. Stir until cool enough to handle.
    Knead until stiff enough to hold its shape. Shape into triangles, or any
    shape
    desired.


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    Great Recipe! Thanks for sharing it, Cant wait to make these
    ~Enjoy!~

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    Default Re: Candy Corn

    This sounds easy enough. Will have to give it a try. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Candy Corn

    This sounds sooo easy and fun!

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    Default Re: Candy Corn

    Your recipe looks wonderful. I am guessing if I wanted different flavored candy corn. I would add what ever flavor say root beer and make them brown. Maybe vanilla for the white and root beer for brown and a yellow stripe. Like a root beer float flavor. Do you think that would work ok? Thanks for the recipe.

 

 

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