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Nine Awesome Ways to Get Candy Corn-ifed for Fall

Move over, Pumpkin -- an often overlooked sugar bomb has taken over a vast majority of the foodie interwebs recently. The telltale white, orange, and yellow stripes of the Candy Corn have managed to make their way into everything from cupcakes to cocktails and even onto a pizza. 
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Take a gander at a bit of candy corn food porn with our nine favorite candy corn-ifed treats. 

9. Lemon Candy Corn Bars -- Lemony, buttery, and candy corny frosted bars. 

more candy corn porn after the jump...

8. Candy Corn Cheesecake - This guy was done by the pros at Wilton but we're confident you could pull one off that would be just a pretty. 

7. Candy Corn Pizza - Hopefully it doesn't taste like candy corn! 

6. Candy Corn Pudding - Delightful! 

5. Candy Corn Cake -- What can we say, we're a sucker for layers! 

4. Candy Corn Waffles -- Fuck. Yes. Waffles. These take a little bit of skill with the waffle iron , but they can be done, we promise. 

3. Candy Corn Cake in a Jar -- Just like the previous cake, but in a jar -- which of course makes it taste better because of the adorableness that radiates cute in every direction. 

2. Candy Corn Corn -- Okay, it's still actually candy corn, but this is a great idea! 

1. The Candy Corn Vodka Tonic -- Can you say candy corn vodka? Yum! 

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