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6 Candy Corn Alternatives for Your Candy Lover

Happy almost Halloween and Happy Fall! One of my favorite things about fall is candy corn, and one of my favorite things about candy corn are all the candy corn alternatives that I’ve seen popping up over the last few years! I think the first interesting alternative to normal candy corn was the Christmas colored stuff. I saw it one year at the grocery, and OMG what a great and fun idea! Now, of course, candy corn comes in all sorts of flavors and colors. Many times, when these strange color and flavor combinations are introduced for food, I am not on board, but when it comes to candy corn alternatives, I am all in! Bring on the interesting colors and flavors!

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Candy Corn AlternativesCINNAMON CANDY CORN

I started really loving cinnamon when I was eating a ton of fireballs, and cinnamon candy corn sounds amazing and delicious to me. Like the perfect combination of sugar and spice! I would definitely try this, and I bet your candy corn loving special someone would love it, too!

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When I think of fall, yes, I think of candy corn, but I also think of pie! So why not mix pie and candy corn? Whoever thought of this is a genius. I, for one, cannot wait to try apple pie flavored candy corn! Not just for Halloween. This combo will be great for Thanksgiving and beyond!



Candy corn is great, and GIANT candy corn is even better! In this pack you get three flavors: chocolate, cinnamon, and original, but they are bigger and better than ever! The perfect gift for the candy lover in your life. Also, CHOCOLATE!!!


Candy Corn AlternativesREINDEER CANDY CORN

And this is the first of the candy corn alternatives that I ever saw, and even now, I absolutely love this! I’m not sure I’ve seen it at our grocery store in a few years, but with this pack, and the Jelly Belly brand, you can’t go wrong! Get it now, either for snacking before Christmas or as the perfect stocking stuffer.


Candy Corn AlternativesGUMMI CANDY CORN

I am a huge fan of candy corn and I am a huge fan of gummi! And this combo…well, I’m pretty sure you know what I’m going to say. Yes, I want to try this! Yes, I’m sure your special someone will also! Also the light sugar dusting is like icing on the cake (or sugar on the candy)!

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As the final choice in this roundup of candy corn alternatives, the caramel apple candy corn is something I absolutely must try. First, it looks amazing. Second, caramel apple! Third, it’s not just for the fall. This would make a great gift anytime of the year!

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P. J. (Tricia) Hoover

P. J. (Tricia) Hoover loves receiving all kinds of gifts, whether homemade, re-gifted, found in nature, or ordered online. Sure, it's the thought that counts, but P. J. likes to make sure that there was actually thought involved (as opposed to random selection). When not scouring the Internet for the perfect gift, P. J. writes books (mostly SFF, horror, and adventure), enjoys spending time with family and friends, and loves tackling projects around the house.

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