With the cupcake trend still, somehow, alive, these unique and visually appealing cupcakes will make for a sweet sendoff to a Halloween party, especially for kids.
Here’s a great favor idea: send your guests home with a tricolor popcorn mix to keep their snacking cravings satisfied.
Lollipops, marshmallow pops, sugar candy — oh, my! Create a whole candy bar filled with candy-corn themed treats at your next soirée.
Set the tone for this year with a scene-setting trick-or-treat bag — a candy corn!
The ultimate costume for a newborn or toddler — just make sure that you remind friends and family that they’re not edible, even though they look so delicious.
The ultimate costume for a newborn or toddler — just make sure that you remind friends and family that they’re not edible, even though they look so deliciously adorable.
Take a childhood favorite and turn it into something your adult pals can enjoy.
Create a unique party favor by filling a push pop with candy corn and other festive treats.
Create a table setting like no other by simply setting a candle in a vase full of candy corn.
Candy corn and candy bars — the best of both worlds if you ask us.
As macarons are all the rage, toss out the usual raspberry, lavender, and pistachio flavors and replace them with a Halloween-themed one to make your party both festive and chic.
As you would with popcorn, string candy corn to set the scene in your home. It will make for a fun activity for your kids.
Pom poms being a tremendous trend in DIY event planning, so why not take the concept and make it festive? Create candy-corn themed poms for a Halloween party or a fall dinner.
Skip the carving, and instead paint your pumpkins white, orange, and yellow in honor of the Halloween treat.
Hosting a Halloween breakfast? Start the day right with this parfait recipe.
Add cookies to your decorative table of desserts. While these are simple sugar cookies, there are tons of other candy-corn-filled recipes on Pinterest.
Perfect for an afternoon tea, these meringues will really make a statement
Give these as gifts to teachers or co-workers in honor of the holiday.
After a harvest dinner, guests will ooh and aah over this color-coded cake.
Pair this with the parfait for a sweet start to Halloween.
Add this manicure to your costume for the perfect finishing touch!
Create a floral arrangement in one vase and sit it inside another filled with candy corn for a centerpiece that will surely stand out.
Perfect as a gift or as a centerpiece, this candy-filled tree will make guests really feel the Halloween theme.
Add this snack mix to your kids' lunch bag for a sweet and festive treat during the school week.
Kids will celebrate Halloween at school with their annual Halloween party. Send this treat in so your children can enjoy with their friends.
A perfect snack for guests to eat while exiting your bash, this candy-colored pretzel mix makes for an ideal party favor.
No olives here, just the sweet stuff. Make this a signature drink at your costume party.
Create your own trick-or-treat candy with these candy corn lollipops.
Peanut butter candy heaven. Blend the two beloved flavors and create a candy you won’t forget.
Yep, candy corn just went there.
Stack up your favorite flavors with this recipe to make a decadent dessert that will really set the bar for your guests.
Wow your friends at your Halloween cookie swap with these candy corn madeleines.
Your Halloween breakfast is now complete with this fruit salad fit for the holiday.
Set the scene indoors or outdoors with this inviting candy-themed door hanger.
Get your pals ready for the upcoming holidays by blending the flavor of Christmas with Halloween.
Nothing says "Welcome to our Home" better during this time of year than a tricolor wreath. When the trick-or-treaters come knocking, they’ll know that visiting your house means they’ll get the good stuff.