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Candy Corn

Candy Corn

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Ingredients

  • 1 Cup salted peanuts
  • 1 Cup small pretzel twists
  • 1 Cup semi-sweet chocolate chips
  • 1/2 Cup candy corn

Directions

In a serving bowl, combine all of the ingredients. Store in an airtight container.

Nutritional Facts

Servings12

Calories Per Serving200

Total Fat11g17%

Sugar9gN/A

Saturated4g18%

Protein5g10%

Carbs24g8%

Vitamin A0.5µg0.1%

Vitamin C0.7mg1.2%

Vitamin E0.7mg3.5%

Vitamin K1µg2%

Calcium16mg2%

Fiber2g10%

Folate (food)39µgN/A

Folate equivalent (total)39µg10%

Iron1mg7%

Magnesium45mg11%

Monounsaturated5gN/A

Niacin (B3)3mg13%

Phosphorus86mg12%

Polyunsaturated2gN/A

Potassium177mg5%

Sodium226mg9%

Sugars, added8gN/A

Zinc0.7mg5%

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10 Mind-Blowing Candy Corn Dessert Ideas

There's so much more you can do with your favorite Halloween confection than nosh on 'em plain out of the bowl. It's time to get serious about this love affair.

There's so much more you can do with your favorite Halloween confection than nosh on 'em plain out of the bowl. It's time to get serious about this love affair.

It's okay&mdashwe gasped out loud too when we came across this recipe. And we're happy to report that the only things separating you from euphoria are a bag of candy corn, chocolate wafer cookies, candy melts, white chocolate almond bark, and an hour or two in the fridge.

Get the recipe at Sweet Bella Roos.


Candy Corn Bark

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Candy Corn Bark is the perfect homemade Halloween candy dessert. Made with a white chocolate base, crunchy pretzel sticks, and candy corn topping.

Peppermint Bark is a classic Christmas Dessert Recipe, this candy corn version of it makes it perfect for Halloween. The simple base for candy bark makes it an easy dessert to adjust for any season.

CANDY CORN BARK

This recipe for Candy Corn Bark is one of the most simple homemade treats that you can make. It only takes 4 ingredients. Just combine a white chocolate base, buttery candy corn, crunchy pretzels, and some food coloring, and you’ll have a cute, festive, and delicious dessert.

Halloween is the ultimate candy holiday. Why not make some of your own homemade treats to add to the holiday desserts? Candy Corn Bark is great to serve at parties, wrap up as gifts, or just have around the house as a sweet treat during October. You can always put out little bits of the candy at a time, and leave the rest in the freezer so it doesn’t get eaten too fast.

If there’s one thing to love about candy bark recipes, it’s how versatile they are. Whether it’s pretzels and candy corn, like in this recipe, or Oreos, like in our Oreo Bark Recipe, there are so many different mix-ins you can add to this easy treat. Top your candy corn bark with as many of your favorite Halloween candies as you like. You can also add sprinkles or swirl melted dark chocolate over the top.

Candy Corn Bark is a fun, festive treat that you can experiment with. Plus, if you have any kids they’ll love helping add different colors and toppings to the homemade candy.

MORE BARK CANDY RECIPES

Oreo Bark

Chubby Hubby Bark

Peppermint Oreo Bark

Chunky Monkey Bark

HOW TO MAKE CANDY CORN BARK

  • Start by lining your baking sheet with tin foil and spray it with a non-stick cooking spray so the candy bark doesn’t stick to the pan.
  • Put the white chocolate melting disks in a microwave-safe bowl, and microwave for 1 minute.
  • If not smooth, microwave for an additional 15 seconds.
  • Split the melted white chocolate into 2 separate bowls. Add 2 drops of yellow food coloring to one of the bowls and mix it into the chocolate.
  • Pour the white chocolate into your prepared pan, then dot it with the yellow white chocolate over the top.
  • Spread the the 2 colors together using an offset spatula or butter knife to swirl them together.
  • Add the pretzel sticks and candy corn to the top of the candy bark.
  • Put the pan in the fridge for 20 minutes so the white chocolate can harden, then break it into bark pieces before serving.

HOW TO CUT CANDY CORN BARK

Once the bark has had time to harden in the fridge, break it apart before eating it. There are a few different ways you can break the bark depending on how uniform you want the pieces to be.


Candy Corn Recipe


Who says candy-making is only for Christmas or Valentine’s Day? Not me!!

I couldn’t let the 4th of July pass without posting yet another patriotic treat. The first time I looked through this month’s Cookbook of the Month and saw that there was a recipe for a homemade candy corn recipe, I knew I wanted to make a patriotic version! I am a total candy corn addict. I don’t really know why, though, because I don’t necessarily love the taste of it. I guess it’s just the novelty. But I still always end up eating so much that it makes me sick. But still, I wanted to make my own!!

I will gladly report that this doesn’t taste just like the store bought stuff. But that’s a good thing! It’s still super sweet, and it will still make you sick if you eat too much, but it tastes much better than what you can buy. It has a buttery taste to it. I would love experimenting with this for different holidays, and also by adding different extracts or flavorings. This could be a really fun recipe to have around!!



I was afraid at first that this candy corn recipe would be really hard, but it was much easier than I expected. It did take a little bit of time to cut the candy, but that was the only part that took very much time. I do have a couple of notes about the recipe, though:

  • Next time, I would sift the confectioners’ sugar and powdered milk together. I had some lumps in my mixture that mostly worked out when I kneaded in the color, but I wasn’t able to get rid of them all.
  • The recipe says to make the ropes 1/2-inch each, but I went much smaller than that. I figured if you did 1/2-inch ropes, your final candy would be 1 1/2″, and I didn’t want mine that big.
  • Unless you have huge counter tops, I would suggest splitting each color into fourths, and making four separate ropes. That way you won’t run out of room!
  • I found that these were easier to cut into pieces after the ropes had set for about 30 minutes to an hour. The candy corn is a little sticky at first, so by waiting, the pieces didn’t stick together as much.
  • I sprayed my counter with non-stick cooking spray so that the candy wouldn’t stick. It worked perfectly!

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Homemade Butterfingers

Grease an 8x8 pan with shortening. Line with two pieces of parchment, one in each direction, greasing in between.

Place peanuts in a food processor and pulse until ground into fine pieces.

Heat peanut butter in the microwave for 20 seconds on 50% power to warm. Stir.

In another bowl, melt candy corn in 30- to 40-second increments on 50% power. Stir between each heating. Once melted, stir in peanut butter.

Immediately turn out onto a sheet of parchment paper. Form into a rectangle a little larger than the pan. No need to be exact. Press the peanuts into the mixture. Fold into thirds, like a letter.

Use a rolling pin to roll into a rectangle of about the same size as before. Press cornflakes on top, crushing them as you do. Fold into thirds in the same manner. Roll flat. Fold into thirds again.

Once more, roll flat into a square about the size of the pan. Press into the pan, smoothing with your hands. Let the mixture set up about 15 minutes.

Lift out of the pan and cut into pieces. Place on a wire rack and let cool completely.

Once cool, melt chocolate wafers as directed on the package. Dip and place on a waxed paper-lined cookie sheet. Let chocolate set up before storing or packaging. Store at room temperature in an airtight container.

What do you do when you want to use a Halloween candy in a recipe AND make a homemade Halloween candy? You make a candy using a candy. Confused? I don&rsquot blame you.

There&rsquos a popular recipe floating around using melted candy corn and peanut butter to make homemade Butterfingers. For me, though, a big draw of Butterfingers is the crunch. Enter a recipe by the incomparable Stella Parks on Serious Eats for truly homemade Butterfinger bars, skipping the candy corn and making it all from scratch. Stella&rsquos recipe adds the missing crunch.

So, here we have the best of both worlds: the ease of using melted candy corn and the crunch from a couple of add-ins. The process is simple and even a little therapeutic. If you love kneading bread, you&rsquoll love folding and rolling this candy.

The only ingredients needed are candy corn, peanut butter, peanuts, cornflakes, and melting chocolate.

Whir up the salted peanuts until very finely chopped. Watch out for seasoned peanuts&mdashthose have garlic and onion powder. The best bet is to buy peanuts labeled as roasted and &ldquolightly salted.&rdquo If you&rsquove ever eaten peanuts mixed with candy corn (the only way to eat plain candy corn, in my opinion), you&rsquore going to love this combination.

Warm the peanut butter in the microwave, then melt the candy corn. Stir together.

Pour this mixture onto a sheet of parchment and press into a rectangle, about 10 x 12 inches. Press the peanuts lightly onto the top. Fold into thirds like a letter. (Keep reading. You&rsquoll see this process just down the page.)

Use a rolling pin to roll into a rectangle. Note that the size and shape don&rsquot need to be exact.

Lightly press the cornflakes onto the rolled mixture, crushing the cereal as you do.

Fold into thirds like a letter again. One side &hellip

Fold into thirds once more.

Roll this into a square shape, roughly 8 inches in size. Place this into a pan lined with greased parchment paper. Press until flat. Let the mixture set up.

Cut into pieces and let cool completely.

Dip into chocolate. Milk chocolate is more traditional, but feel free to mix it up with dark chocolate. I like to use melting wafers. You can use almond bark or even candy melts.

Let the bars sit until set up. Store in an airtight container.

These bars seem too easy to be true, but my son declared them &ldquoreally close to the real thing.&rdquo Transform candy corn into candy bars? Yes, please!


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Homemade Candy Corn Recipe

October 30th is National Candy Corn Day. Yup, the most-beloved (or most hated, depending on which side you're on) Halloween candy actually has a whole day devoted to it.

According to history, candy corn was invented in the late 1800s, and was originally called "Chicken Feed", in the hopes it would appeal the the more than half the country's population that was involved in agriculture at that time in some way, shape or form.

Since chickens for the most part ate corn back then, and as a general rule people didn't, the name made a lot of sense since the candy was designed to look like kernels of corn. The original packaging even featured a rooster on it.

Clearly, the gambit worked and here we are, more than 100 years later, still trying to figure out if we love (or hate) this neon-colored sweet treat this doesn't seem like it's actually even edible.

Supposedly candy corn will stay good for about 9 months unopened, but I'm thinking the actual shelf life is far longer than that.

A joke comedian Lewis Black famously told is that despite 9 billion pieces sold each year in the US, all the candy corn ever made was made in 1911 because retailers just collect and resell the same kernels year after year. No one actually eats it, do they?

Side note: apparently people DO eat and enjoy it. In fact, according to a recent poll by ABC, candy corn is the favorite Halloween candy in Michigan and appears in the top ten favorites each year nationwide. However, it also does appear on a few worst Halloween candy lists as well!

But regardless, accepting a challenge from a friend, I set out to see if I could make my own homemade candy corn this year. Challenge accepted!

Turns out, it's actually pretty easy (and fun!) to make. And it also tastes better way than store bought (no surprise there, because I flavored each color stripe with a corresponding extract), although I'm not sure it's any more healthy!

My first batch, I used plant-based food coloring and just couldn't achieve the bright, vibrant, artificial color that is the candy's trademark, so figuring it's hardly a healthy food anyway, I went all in on the second batch and used regular food coloring gel paste and voila! Homemade candy corn!

(Scroll down to the bottom for the printable recipe and also a variation to make Neopolitan candy corn)

Homemade Candy Corn

1 1/4 cup confectioners sugar

5 Tablespoons powdered milk

Red and yellow food coloring

Almond, lemon and orange extract

Whisk the confectioners sugar and powdered milk in a medium bowl. Set aside.

In a heavy saucepan or small pot, bring the granulated sugar, corn syrup and butter to a boil, stirring to melt the butter, and then heat to 245-250 degrees F without stirring. Once the sugar mixture reaches temperature, remove from the heat and stir in the powdered sugar mixture.

Turn the dough out onto a silpat sheet or parchment paper and divide into three equal sections. With a rubber spatula or your hands (the dough will still be pretty warm!), fold in the yellow food coloring into two pieces of the dough, and then red into one to make orange.

You'll now have three balls: one white, one orange and one yellow. Fold in a few drops of almond extract into the white ball, lemon extract into the yellow ball and orange extract into the orange ball.

Divide each colored ball into three or four even pieces, and working with one piece of each color, cover the remaining dough you're not using with a damp kitchen towel. Roll each piece of dough into a thin rope, about 1/4" thick.

Line up the three ropes side by side, yellow on the bottom, orange in the middle, and white on the top. Pinch the ropes together (wet the sides with warm water if necessary to get them to stick together), then roll them with a rolling pin to flatten then into one tri-color strip.

Using a sharp knife, cut the strip into individual candies, angling the blade with each cut. Half of your candy corn will have the colors in the wrong order (i.e., the white will be on the bottom, etc.) but I doubt anyone will notice - or care.

Let the candies dry on the silpat sheet over night and then store in a covered container.

Note: the dough will dry out fairly quickly and be impossible to roll. You can zap it in the microwave for 8-10 seconds to heat it up so you can mold it or set it in a bowl over a pan of simmering water to keep it warm.

This is a great Halloween project to do with kids, but since you are working with boiling sugar, it might be best to let little kids "play" with the dough once it's cooled and not have them actually be involved in the making of the candies which requires molding very warm dough.

Watch as I make Candy Corn on WSAZ/Huntington West Virginia

Make the Dough

Color and Flavor the Dough

Shape the Dough

Cut your Candy Corn

Variation: Neopolitan Candy Corn

I had so much fun making the original candy corn, I decided to make a neopolitan variation. Using the instructions above, I left one third of the dough plain colored but flavored it with vanilla extract, I added cocoa powder to one-third of the dough, and colored one-third of the dough pinkish-purple and flavored it with raspberry extract.

I have to say that I much prefer this version, which would be perfect for Christmas, Valentine's Day or any old time!


10 Uses for Candy Corn

I love Halloween and I love candy corn. I snatch up a bag (or two) as soon as I see them make their debut, which seems to get earlier and earlier each year. Then I anxiously await for the day after Halloween when I can get bags for as little as 25 cents. Now that’s a deal. Grab an extra bag to freeze in an airtight container. Frozen candy corn works wonders in baked goods, pancakes, and waffles, or just for snacking. Candy corn is also great melted….yes, melted candy corn can do magic in the kitchen and bring out the mad scientist in you.

10 Uses for CANDY CORN:

Melted Candy Corn Liquid Base :

2 TBSP candy corn (about 16 pieces)

Add to glass container, heat in microwave for 30 seconds. Stir until smooth.

Use the beautiful orange liquid to make these treats:

1-Stir in 1 TBSP butter to top popcorn for Candy Corn Popcorn.

2-Stir in 1 TBSP maple syrup to top waffles, pancakes, or French toast. Bonus points for topping candy corn pancakes!

3-Stir in 1 TBSP rum or bourbon. Whisk in powdered sugar 1 TBSP at a time until desired consistency and pour over hot bread pudding or omit alcohol and use as a glaze for hot cinnamon rolls.

4-Stir into softened vanilla ice cream. Freeze for candy corn ice cream!

5-Let cool and add to cream for a candy corn coffee creamer (move over pumpkin spice!) or add to hot chocolate!

Preheat oven to 300. Put some candy corn on parchment paper or silicone mat. Bake for 15 minutes. A little goes a long way, this was 18 pieces.

Comes out looking like beautiful stained glass, and will crack like it, too, when cool. Be Careful.

6- While hot , add your favorite nuts (I love honey roasted peanuts) and stir with a silicone spatula. Let cool

7- While hot , use silicone spatula to make small piles, insert lollipop stick or popsicle stick. Let cool for Halloween suckers. Add edible bugs as it cools for extra effect!

Let mixture cool slightly until just pliable to make these treats: If it hardens too quickly as you work and begins to break, just put back into oven for a minute.

8- Use sheets to wrap frozen treat size candy bars. Candy corn coated Twix and Snickers are my favorites!

9-Roll sheet around a toothpick for a swizzle stick. Let it harden. Use in a glass of sprite for a candy corn soda or vodka for a candy corn martini… guess which one I chose.

10-Let sheets fully cool. “Crack” it into pieces. Use as tasty decorations for brownies, cupcakes, iced cookies, or add extra flavor to brittle.

Put your TO COOK IS TO CREATE thinking cap on: What ideas sparked in your mind with the idea of melted candy corn? (Besides the thought of that’s crazy!) Think of what other candy or treat you enjoy with candy corn and fuse the flavors, like caramel ice cream instead of vanilla. Use all the pumpkin spice flavored products to inspire you. What candy corn creation would you love to make? For instance, next time instead of nuts, I’m going to add granola to the hot oven melted mosaic and candy corn coated Oreos are tempting my taste buds.

It’s a special treat for me to share my leftover ideas on the BIG XTRA HOUR each month. Here’s the Halloween Edition showcasing some of these recipes.


Usesfor Leftover Corn Cakes - Leftover Halloween Candy Cake - Meg's Everyday Indulgence

Usesfor Leftover Corn Cakes

These 27 recipes will use up your leftover corn in no time. Like make crab cakes, or oyster cakes, shrimp cakes, sprinkle it sweetened with honey over a cobbler. Soups if you purposely want to have leftover sliced or diced corned beef, choose a flat cut brisket or corned eye of round roast. Top with jalapeños, which add a spicy kick to this childhood classic. One of our family's favorite summer foods is fresh corn on the cob. How to use leftover cake. This english dessert was made for leftover cake, as it soaks up fruit juices and custard like a dream.

This festive summer salad, filled with vibrant flavors, gets bonus points for using up leftover corn on the cob. After throwing a family barbecue recently, i have more ears of corn in the fridge than i know what do with. Leftover corned beef can stand in for the prepared corned beef hash here. Check out these recipes for leftover candy corn!we've got popsicles, fudge, pudding, pastries and more all using candy corn as one of if you aren't interested in making the turkey toes, then you will want to try some of the recipes below for leftover candy corn. Place peas, carrots, corn and celery in a bowl.

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What to do with leftover cake trimmings.

This festive summer salad, filled with vibrant flavors, gets bonus points for using up leftover corn on the cob. Patrick's day to make these tacos. Be sure to read the recipe closely to see if it calls for large crumbs or small if the cake is dry, don't worry about it at all. Put leftover corn to good use with five recipes from food network, like corn chowder and griddle cakes, that will change the way you feel about leftovers. Leftover corned beef can stand in for the prepared corned beef hash here. For corn tortillas, you need just corn, calcium hydroxide (from. Roll corn tortillas around a sausage and seal with creamy, melty cheese. Make these delicious light & fluffy potato and corn pancakes. Use leftover halloween candy corn from everything from pancakes and waffles to brittle and popcorn and even for a candy corn martini i love halloween and i love candy corn. Once we start seeing fresh corn in the markets we buy it weekly.

From candy corn cookies, cakes from waffles to pretzels, from drinks to jellos, from cakes to bites and bars, we've got the candy corn recipe extravaganza covered. I don't like wasting food and i'm always up for trying new recipes, so here's a great list i've found of putting your leftover corn tortillas to. Make up raspberry jelly to pack instructions and pour over Top with jalapeños, which add a spicy kick to this childhood classic. Ready in just under 15 minutes, this quick weekday snack is also perfect for parties, picnics, and barbecues.

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In large skillet heat corn oil over medium high heat.

Be sure to read the recipe closely to see if it calls for large crumbs or small if the cake is dry, don't worry about it at all. Has anyone else ever noticed that corn tortillas, as compared to their delicious counterpart, flour tortillas, are sold in huge quantities? When set, spoon over lemon curd. How to use leftover cake. Check out these recipes for leftover candy corn!we've got popsicles, fudge, pudding, pastries and more all using candy corn as one of if you aren't interested in making the turkey toes, then you will want to try some of the recipes below for leftover candy corn. What to do with leftover cake trimmings. Make these delicious light & fluffy potato and corn pancakes. This festive summer salad, filled with vibrant flavors, gets bonus points for using up leftover corn on the cob. Make up raspberry jelly to pack instructions and pour over Roll corn tortillas around a sausage and seal with creamy, melty cheese. As a result, i've compiled a list of recipes that use corn as an ingredient so that my fridge full. Due to the hardy, fibrous composition of cornstalks, farmers are left every year after harvest having to decide on how to reduce. Leftover corned beef can stand in for the prepared corned beef hash here.

Leftover corned beef can stand in for the prepared corned beef hash here. We all have been there. These 27 recipes will use up your leftover corn in no time. One way to use up any leftover bread is to make a bread pudding. Patrick's day to make these tacos. Crumble those cake trimmings over a bowl of ice cream and you'll have a dessert worth drooling over. Once we start seeing fresh corn in the markets we buy it weekly.

Crispy Fried Grit Cakes | Grit cakes, Food recipes . from i.pinimg.com These 27 recipes will use up your leftover corn in no time. Substitute slivers of leftover cake for the ladyfingers and voila — a reimagined dessert that tastes just as delicious as the classic. Leftover corned beef can stand in for the prepared corned beef hash here. Most recipes using leftover cake start with cake crumbs. Make these delicious light & fluffy potato and corn pancakes.

Check out these recipes for leftover candy corn!we've got popsicles, fudge, pudding, pastries and more all using candy corn as one of if you aren't interested in making the turkey toes, then you will want to try some of the recipes below for leftover candy corn.

Check out these recipes for leftover candy corn!we've got popsicles, fudge, pudding, pastries and more all using candy corn as one of if you aren't interested in making the turkey toes, then you will want to try some of the recipes below for leftover candy corn. In large skillet heat corn oil over medium high heat. We've made this recipe corn & cheddar mashed potato fritters over and over again. These 27 recipes will use up your leftover corn in no time. This english dessert was made for leftover cake, as it soaks up fruit juices and custard like a dream. Be sure to read the recipe closely to see if it calls for large crumbs or small if the cake is dry, don't worry about it at all. Here is an easy way to use leftover cake #crumbs or make with fresh cake. Use leftover halloween candy corn from everything from pancakes and waffles to brittle and popcorn and even for a candy corn martini i love halloween and i love candy corn. Soups if you purposely want to have leftover sliced or diced corned beef, choose a flat cut brisket or corned eye of round roast. Up if using leftover), half at a time,. Roll corn tortillas around a sausage and seal with creamy, melty cheese. Turn those cake crumbles into delicious cookies before they dry out or get stale. Most recipes using leftover cake start with cake crumbs.

I don't like wasting food and i'm always up for trying new recipes, so here's a great list i've found of putting your leftover corn tortillas to.

This is my favorite use for leftover cornbread.

Leftover corned beef can stand in for the prepared corned beef hash here.

Creamed corn is especially easy when fresh corn is at its peak, particularly when you have some leftover corn right in front of you.

No worries here are 12 corn recipes for leftover corn on the cob that you can make in.

Crumble those cake trimmings over a bowl of ice cream and you'll have a dessert worth drooling over.

Every halloween we're stuck with leftover candy corn, so here are delicious recipes to use it up!

Soups if you purposely want to have leftover sliced or diced corned beef, choose a flat cut brisket or corned eye of round roast.

Make up raspberry jelly to pack instructions and pour over

This is my favorite use for leftover cornbread.

It is inevitable that we will have leftover corn on the cob and honestly, i never knew what to use it for and usually ended up throwing it.

Top with jalapeños, which add a spicy kick to this childhood classic.

Like make crab cakes, or oyster cakes, shrimp cakes, sprinkle it sweetened with honey over a cobbler.

As a result, i've compiled a list of recipes that use corn as an ingredient so that my fridge full.

This one is sweetened with maple syrup instead of sugar.

This is a simple way to use cake.

Roll corn tortillas around a sausage and seal with creamy, melty cheese.

Roll corn tortillas around a sausage and seal with creamy, melty cheese.

This festive summer salad, filled with vibrant flavors, gets bonus points for using up leftover corn on the cob.

These 27 recipes will use up your leftover corn in no time.

This festive summer salad, filled with vibrant flavors, gets bonus points for using up leftover corn on the cob.

This english dessert was made for leftover cake, as it soaks up fruit juices and custard like a dream.

Check out these recipes for leftover candy corn!we've got popsicles, fudge, pudding, pastries and more all using candy corn as one of if you aren't interested in making the turkey toes, then you will want to try some of the recipes below for leftover candy corn.

One of our family's favorite summer foods is fresh corn on the cob.

Ready in just under 15 minutes, this quick weekday snack is also perfect for parties, picnics, and barbecues.

Utilize leftover corn and mashed potatoes to create a new tasty side dish with these corn & cheddar mashed potato fritters.

These 27 recipes will use up your leftover corn in no time.

Whole kernels of corn, particulaly when they've been cooked over the grill, give an extra bit of texture to your favorite cornbread recipe.

Soups if you purposely want to have leftover sliced or diced corned beef, choose a flat cut brisket or corned eye of round roast.

Creamed corn is especially easy when fresh corn is at its peak, particularly when you have some leftover corn right in front of you.


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