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How to Make Candy Corn from Scratch

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Do you love candy corn? We do too! That’s why we want to show you how to make your own homemade candy corn.

It’s easy and fun, and the best part is that it tastes even better than the store-bought stuff. Plus, making your own candy means you can customize it with any flavors or colors that suit your fancy.

You don’t have to be a master chef in order to make this delicious treat – just follow our simple instructions below and soon enough, you’ll be enjoying some of the most scrumptious candies around.

If you’re looking for something new or different, try adding some chocolate chips or sprinkles into the mix before baking them up! The possibilities are endless when it comes to these tasty treats.

So what are you waiting for? Let’s get started on making some homemade candy corn today!

Candy Corn Recipe from Scratch

You’ll Need
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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2 thoughts on “How to Make Candy Corn from Scratch”

  1. Making your own candy corn is a great way to get creative with the ingredients you have on hand. You can also customize this recipe by adding some of your favorite flavors, like peppermint extract or cinnamon.

    Did you know that commercial candy corn is made with bug guts, quite literally? Candy corn, Junior Mints, Red Hots, Lemonhead, and Boston Baked Beans are glazed with lac bug secretions. It takes about 100,000 bugs to produce about 1 pound of shellac flakes, which are combined with alcohol to make confectioner’s glaze.

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  2. This is a great recipe for those who love the taste of candy corn. I would recommend using natural ingredients, such as honey and peanut butter, to give it more flavor.

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