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21 Wicked Ways To Trick People Into Eating The Best Candy Ever

MUWAHAHA there's no escaping it now.

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1. Sneak them into cookies.

Recipe here.
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Recipe here.

2. Churn them into butter.

With peanut butter. GENIUS. Recipe here.
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With peanut butter. GENIUS. Recipe here.

3. Make them think that they're eating corn on the cob.

How brilliantly cruel. Instructions here.
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How brilliantly cruel. Instructions here.

4. Transform them into martinis.

Yes, this is actually candy corn–infused vodka. Is there anything more enticing? Recipe here.
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Yes, this is actually candy corn–infused vodka. Is there anything more enticing? Recipe here.

5. Pack them in pumpkin spiced popcorn balls.

Fact: pumpkin spice makes everything sweet and nice. Recipe here.
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Fact: pumpkin spice makes everything sweet and nice. Recipe here.

6. Melt them into truffle bark.

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It's as if the candy corn were never there. Recipe here.

7. Make homemade BUTTERFINGER BARS.

Candy wha? Recipe here.
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Candy wha? Recipe here.

8. DEEP-FRY THEM.

Because anything deep-fried is...delicious? Recipe here.
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Because anything deep-fried is...delicious? Recipe here.

9. Make these black cat cookies.

They are cute: cute-enough-to-eat-approved. Recipe here.
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They are cute: cute-enough-to-eat-approved. Recipe here.

10. Stuff them into macarons.

What better way to marcaron than to candycaron? Recipe here.
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What better way to marcaron than to candycaron? Recipe here.

11. Disguise them in some "Halloween Trash."

An ingenious way to eat all the Halloween candy that nobody wants. Recipe here.
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An ingenious way to eat all the Halloween candy that nobody wants. Recipe here.

12. Turn them into ice cream.

This could actually be good. I'd be into this. Recipe here.
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This could actually be good. I'd be into this. Recipe here.

13. Swirl them into a mango-flavored punch.

This is very good because it's not candy corn–flavored. Recipe here.
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This is very good because it's not candy corn–flavored. Recipe here.

14. Conceal them in some delish pastries.

http://www.pintsizedbaker.com/2012/10/candy-corn-pop-tarts.html
http://www.pintsizedbaker.com/2012/10/candy-corn-pop-tarts.html

Recipe here.

15. Glaze them over a bundt cake.

Candy corn frosting is your wildest dream come true. Recipe here.
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Candy corn frosting is your wildest dream come true. Recipe here.

16. Blend them into a cookie-candy mishmash.

It has OREOS AND M&MS. Recipe here.
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It has OREOS AND M&MS. Recipe here.

17. Hide them in some good 'ol fashioned fudge.

fudge fudge fudgity fudge. Recipe here.
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fudge fudge fudgity fudge. Recipe here.

18. Coat them over caramel apples.

Spooky apple! Recipe here.
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Spooky apple! Recipe here.

19. Add them to a scrumptious dark chocolate mix.

Recipe here.
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Recipe here.

20. Slow cook them into a pretzel-dip fondue.

Tell people it's really sharp cheddar cheese. Recipe here.
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Tell people it's really sharp cheddar cheese. Recipe here.

21. Stack them onto pretzel sticks.

Recipe here.
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Recipe here.

Love 'em or hate 'em, this is our future.

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Eat them or they will eat us!!!

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