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Monday, October 11, 2010

Candy Corn Pudding and more!

A good friend of mine told me once to make sure to make each and every holiday special because it's a great way to build special memories. Last year, I was busy with myself and we didn't do too much. So, this year..I'm kicking it up a notch.

I love candy corn...it's the one thing that screams FALL. I managed to put together a candy corn wreath and some yummy Candy Corn Pudding. Leah helped with both projects...my little girl is such a big helper. I lover her, so much!

Candy Corn Pudding

1 small box of Banana Creme Instant Pudding

1 small box of White Chocolate Instant Pudding

1 small box of Butterscotch Instant Pudding

6 Cups of Milk

Red and Yellow Food Coloring

Clear Plastic Cups-size small!

Candy Corn (optional)

Directions:

Make your Butterscotch pudding as directed on the box, using two cups of milk.

After it's mixed, add 20 drops of red food coloring and 25 drops of yellow food coloring. Mix well and refrigerate for 30 minutes.

Now, make your Banana Creme pudding as directed on the box, using two cups of milk.

After it's mixed, add 20 drops of yellow food coloring. Mix well and refrigerate until your ready to use it.

You want to use the small clear plastic cups. I don't recommend using the tall plastic cups that's what I used by accident. I ended up buying the wrong size not realizing it at the store.

First, put the yellow pudding at the bottom of glass.

Next, the orange pudding.

Finally, add the white chocolate pudding or you could use cool whip topping.

Finish the pudding cups by putting a couple of Candy Corns in the center top of white pudding.

Okay, I also made the candy corn wreath. A big pain in the butt. I decided it would be a good idea to seal up the wreath by using Modge Podge...DON'T DO IT. The candy corn ended up all sticky and gross. I ended up having to scrap about half of it off. The wreath still looks good but every time I look at it just makes me want to scream. I hate it, when I screw a craft at the very final stage. Lessons learned the hard way!
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7 comments:

Stacie said...

This looks delicious! We love Candy Corn, too!

Heather J. said...

I love it!

Kara said...

What a fun treat! I found you through ABC123- thanks for sharing!
-Kara
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child central station said...

What a fantastic idea! I think we will be trying this out :)

Michelle said...

I LOVE candy corn too! It just makes me smile when I see it. I will have to try these pudding cups Emily would love them :0)

I also made the candy corn wreath, I didn't seal mine yet so thank you so much for the heads up, mine did get a little tacky from the heat of the sun hitting it, but since the weather cooled off a bit it is doing better.

phasejumper said...

Great parfait! I tried to make a similar one using fruit when I had a candy corn theme day, but the colors weren't as distinct as in yours!

JDaniel4's Mom said...

This would be perfect for a Halloween party!