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Layered with vanilla cake, fluffy frosting and candy corns, these mini trifles are sure to satisfy any sweet tooth this Halloween!MORE+LESS-

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box Betty Crocker Super Moist™ white cake mix

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container Betty Crocker™ Whipped fluffy white ready-to-spread frosting

Food orange and yellow coloring

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    For the cake, follow the instructions on the back of the box.

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    Divide batter into two bowls and dye one yellow and one orange.

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    Preheat oven to 350°F. You can either line two 6 cup cupcakes pans with paper or spray them with cooking spray.

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    Pour yellow cupcake batter into one pan and orange into another. Bake for 10-15 minutes.

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    After the cupcakes have cooled, remove them from the pan (unwrap cupcake liners if you used them) and cut the cupcakes (horizontal) in half.

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    In mini mason jars, layer a yellow cupcake, orange cupcake, frosting, and a sprinkle of candy corn. Repeat once and frost the top. Then add candy corns to the top for garnish.

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  • My favorite season is here!! It’s finally time to break out the Halloween treats and goodies, with candy corn being the main one!

    I love the butterscotch taste of candy corn. There are so many ways you can incorporate them into your Halloween desserts! I’m always on the look out for party-friendly desserts – especially ones that you can set out on the table for easy serving or to add a gorgeous aesthetic to the dessert table.

    Candy Corn Trifles are particularly fun and festive using Halloween colors and Halloween’s most popular candy. They’re layered with Betty Crocker™ Super Moist™ white cake, Betty Crocker whipped white frosting and candy corn, giving them the perfect sweetness for any Halloween party!

    Let's put them together...

    Step 1: Gather all your ingredients.

    Step 2: Divide the Betty Crocker cake batter into two bowls. Using food coloring, dye one yellow and one orange.

    Step 3: Bake cupcakes for 10 to 15 minutes at 350F.

    Step 4: Once the cupcakes are baked and cooled, cut them in half (horizontally) and set aside.

    Step 5: In mini mason jars, layer a yellow cupcake, orange cupcake, frosting, and a sprinkle of candy corn.

    Step 6: Repeat once and frost the top.

    Step 7: Add candy corn to the top for garnish.

    For additional “corny” recipes, try these sweet treats:

    Candy Corn Cheesecake
    Candy Corn Cookies
    Candy Corn Coolers
    Candy Corn Fudge
    Candy Corn Pizza


Candy Corn Mini Trifles

Which, in real life time, is like, 15 years probably.

And for quite some time, I’ve considered myself to be an expert in household engineering.

Due to my ankle injury, I’ve been forced to spend a good deal of time in bed. Which I thought was a bad thing.

But you know what? It’s really not.

Because it turns out that most of my favorite things do not require me being up and mobile.

Or going to fancy online stores and putting expensive stuff in my cart and not buying it.

Tweeting to famous people and staring at my phone in the hopes that they will tweet back.

Thinking about cool stuff to put as my Facebook status.

Catching up on celebrity gossip and then judging said celebrities–harshly.

Watching trashy television.

Plus, if I shut my bedroom door, I can’t see all the trillions of chores that need to be done.

It’s like they don’t even exist!

And, I have discovered that all requests made while laying in bed carry a lot more weight.

For instance, if I was standing in the hallway and yelled for my son to come give me a hug and bring me a Tootsie Pop, he would look at me like I was a crazy person.

But if I yell it while laying in bed, he does it without a second thought.

It’s almost like I’m living in a parallel universe.

The only downside is that the living room is a ways down, so my voice gets a mite scratchy from having to yell for stuff. But that can easily be solved with a little pink bull horn.

Luckily, I prepared these Halloween treats for you a few days before my “the bed is a parallel universe” revelation. So you get a recipe, and I get to stay in bed.

INGREDIENTS

Box of yellow cake mix, plus oil, eggs and water needed to prepare
Yellow food coloring
2 (4 serving size) boxes instant vanilla pudding, plus milk needed to prepare
Orange food coloring
8 oz tub Cool Whip, thawed
2 (8 oz) packages cream cheese, softened to room temperature
2 1/2 cups powdered sugar
Candy Corn

Prepare cake batter according to instructions, adding yellow food coloring during mixing. Pour batter into a 9吉 inch pan and bake and cool according to box directions.

Prepare instant pudding according to directions on box, adding enough orange color to make it a bright orange. Place pudding in the refrigerator while you prepare the topping.

In the bowl of an electric mixer, beat the cream cheese and powdered sugar until smooth. Mix in the Cool Whip until well blended.

Crumble the yellow cake into an even layer in the bottom of each mini trifle bowl. Remove the pudding from the refrigerator and spoon on top of cake layer. Smooth out with the back of your spoon. Pipe whipped topping/cream cheese layer on top with a large star tip. Or, just spoon it on. No one will care.

Top with a candy corn.

I bought the trifle bowls at Wal-Mart. They are Anchor brand and were very inexpensive.

May I suggest that you eat one of these mini trifles while you lay in bed? Your kid will take your empty bowl to the kitchen sink when you’re through. And then they’ll come back to lay down and snuggle.


Mini Candy Corn Trifles


Happy Halloween! I did not want to let Halloween pass by without a blog entry, so I decided to give these candy corn trifles a shot. I found them on this blog, and they were too cute to ignore. I have to be honest though I do not like candy corn at all. I never liked it when I was a kid, but since it had been years since I had eaten it I decided to give it another shot. It turns out that I still do not like it. A single candy corn makes me feel sick to my stomach, so I do not know what a whole bag of them would do. I am sure that nobody wants to find out.

You might think that it is strange of me to make a dessert named after a candy that I hate. I would tell you first that these trifles do not actually taste like candy corn. I have been drawn to the various candy corn-related desserts out there in the blogosphere because, even though I dislike the candy, I love the colours! The second thing I would tell you is to look back through some of my older entries because you might discover a trend. I tend to make things that I do not like but that I wish I liked in an effort to like them. Did that sentence make any sense? Either way, these trifles are delicious because they are just a mixture of yellow cake, vanilla pudding, and a cream cheese topping. There is nothing bad about those ingredients!

Mini Candy Corn Trifles
Box of yellow cake mix, plus everything needed to follow the box instructions
Yellow food colouring
2 (4 serving size) boxes instant vanilla pudding, plus milk needed to prepare
Orange food colouring
8 oz tub Cool Whip, thawed
2 (8 oz) packages cream cheese, softened to room temperature
2 1/2 cups powdered sugar
Candy Corn

Prepare cake batter according to instructions, adding yellow food colouring during mixing. I always use gel food colouring because I don’t like that liquid colouring changes the consistency and sometimes even the taste. Pour batter into a 9吉 inch pan and bake and cool according to box directions.

Prepare instant pudding according to directions on box, adding enough orange colour to make it a bright orange. Place pudding in the fridge while you prepare the topping.

In the bowl of an electric mixer, beat the cream cheese and powdered sugar until smooth. Mix in the cool whip until well blended.

Crumble the yellow cake into an even layer in the bottom of each mini trifle bowl. Remove the pudding from the refrigerator and spoon on top of cake layer. Smooth out with the back of your spoon. Pipe whipped topping/cream cheese layer on top with a large star tip. You can just spoon it on if you don’t need it to look fancy. Top with a candy corn.


Candy Corn Trifle Recipe

Honestly, this is one of the easiest recipes you’ll ever encounter. Throw together a cake mix, bake, assemble – that’s basically it!

If you’re a candy corn lover like me, you probably already have a bunch of that, so it’s just a few more items from the grocery store and a couple things you likely already have on hand.

I also like the suggestions Mary gives for ways to customize the trifle! I can’t wait to try it with some chocolate pudding added – yum!

This recipe is perfect for Halloween parties or just for a fun Halloween dinner with the family.

Now that my eldest is getting a bit older, I’m even going to involve him in the assembly. (That is, if he doesn’t eat all the ingredients before they make it in the bowl.)

This candy corn trifle would pair well with some Graveyard Pudding Cups and our Popcorn Witch Hands!


Comments

Averie @Averie Cooks

Thanks for linking my Candy Corn and White Chocolate Softbatch Cookies, Lisa and Nikki! Pinned!

Holly

Nikki, thanks for including my candy corn bundt cake. What a great collection you have here! I have clicked through to quite a few of the recipes and they are all so festive and fun! Happy Halloween! Holly

Chelsea @ two twenty one

Thanks for including my Candy Corn Oreo Truffles! Pinning! :)

Julie @ Julie's Eats & Treats

Thanks for including my bars Lisa! Wonderful Round-Up once again :)

Hello!! My name is Nikki and I am a stay-at-home mom. I am married to the man of my dreams and have a beautiful little girl with a sassy attitude and two handsome little boys whose smiles can brighten anyone’s day!


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