Candy Corn Treats

by Jennifer Wieland

It’s that time of the year. You know, when school is back in session across the country and cooler temperatures should be starting. Where the colors of trees change from green to orange, yellow and red. Stores are now overrun with too much candy and dentists are smiling at money to be made. Well at least that’s how I picture dentists as Halloween approaches.

I know my dentist always asks if my kids eat a lot of sweets. When she asks me that I usually avoid eye contact and try not to answer. The problem is though that she already knows the answer. Our family dentist is my oldest son’s, girlfriend’s mom and we are friends. She knows I bake and I blog and she knows that my family is almost always my guinea pigs for new recipes. I know she kindly asks me that question though instead of saying get them to leave the sweets alone or brush more thoroughly and frequently. She knows my group. She knows that tooth brushing for the younger ones poses sensory problems and that their oral hygiene skills as a result are somewhat lacking. Don’t get me wrong, they are not opposed to brushing it’s only the back of the teeth that they freak out about for some reason. Oh well, we have dental insurance. (*Note: I do help them brush and they eat a ton of cheese and apples which are natural tooth cleaners.)

So now with the stores brimming with sweet treats and candy confections, I ask you… What is a baker supposed to do? I’m supposed to bake of course. Which now puts me in a spot to make such over the top, rot your teeth, sweet treats like this one. If you are a fan of candy corn then this is for you. You can actually get a sugar high just from smelling these treats. I kid you not. These are not for light weight sugar fans. These probably shouldn’t be given to children unless you want them to have boundless energy either.

 Candy Corn Treats

Candy Corn Treats
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1547 calories
219 g
103 g
70 g
12 g
42 g
342 g
1025 g
115 g
2 g
12 g
Nutrition Facts
Serving Size
Amount Per Serving
Calories 1547
Calories from Fat 625
% Daily Value *
Total Fat 70g
Saturated Fat 42g
Trans Fat 2g
Polyunsaturated Fat 2g
Monounsaturated Fat 10g
Cholesterol 103mg
Sodium 1025mg
Total Carbohydrates 219g
Dietary Fiber 7g
Sugars 115g
Protein 12g
Vitamin A
Vitamin C
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
  1. 1 pkg. Candy Corn Oreos
  2. 1 bag large marshmallows
  3. 3 tbsp. butter
  4. 1 9.9 oz. bag of Candy Corn M&Ms
  1. In a food processor pulse the Oreos until they are crumbs.
  2. Grease a 9x13 pan with some butter.
  3. In a large pot melt the butter over low heat. Add the marshmallows stirring until combined and melted. Stir in the crushed Oreos and the M&Ms. Once thoroughly combined press into the pan and refrigerate to cool. Once cool cut with a sharp knife.
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Jennifer is a mom to 5 boys, 1 girl and 1 husband. Her kids range in age from 8-24 so things are always crazy with everything from school life, to autism and to college and beyond. She tries to bake, craft, travel and blog her way through all of the chaos and craziness that life, her kids and her husband throw her way.

11 Responses to “Candy Corn Treats”

  1. 1

    Oh my word, YUM!!! I used the candy corn M&M’s in a recipe too, but now I’ll have to use the rest to make your bars!

  2. 2
    Lynsey Jones says:

    I am not 100% sure…. but I am fairly confident I would eat the entire pan…. in one sitting… like before they even had a chance to cool… LOL

  3. 3

    This looks really yummy. My Dad would love it I’m sure with his love for candy corn.
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    LyndaS says:

    Those look insanely delicious! I need to go buy some of those special Oreos. I will be on the lookout next time I go to the store.
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  5. 5

    This sounds soo delish! What a fun idea for fall! And ps…I feel the same way at the dentist!
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  6. 6

    This looks Amazing!! I actually love candy corn. Not the best ingredients in it, but delicious! LOL. So ready for fall season!
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    robyn says:

    Yummo! Candy Corn is a fave at our house. Not sure it lasts long enough to make something out of it. Hmmmm, maybe I could stash a bag away for baking day!
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  8. 8

    wah! these are so so tempting!!
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  9. 9

    These look and sound so tasty
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