If you’ve been around the blog for awhile, you know I love “fun foods”/edible crafts! And, Laura is here today with a really cute idea for making “Caramel Corn on the Cob”! These would be great for the kids’ table at Thanksgiving and I think it would be extra ADORABLE to add a green fruit roll up on the outside!
Hello Mom Endeavors’ readers!! I’m Laura and I live over at Pink Cake Plate! I am so excited to be back over here for Sara’s Cornucopia of Creativity!!! I had originally planned to share a super secret pie recipe but decided that it need to stay super secret!! LOL! Not really! What actually happened was I was making these for Halloween and inspiration struck!!
Since I had the candy melts all nice and melty, I decided to go with it! I had picked up one of these at the Dollar store about 2 weeks ago with the notion to do something with it! I love caramel corn especially soft chewy caramel corn! And what could be better than chocolate and caramel corn?
So today I have a quick and easy sweet autumn treat to make!! This is so easy you can do it with the kiddos!! I even came up with a few different variations…
Chocolate Covered Caramel Corn!!
- Various sprinkles
- Caramel corn~bought this one at the dollar store or you could make your own from scratch
- Parchment Paper is not a must have but I love it for candy making!
Melt your candy melts according to the directions on the package: I use my microwave at 30 second intervals stirring in between. The melts will burn very quickly so be careful!!
The corn cob was kind of big so I cut it into 4 pieces cutting them vertically so they still looked like a cob of corn.
Place on parchment paper or a cookie sheet.
Or, you can get fancy! I had some milk chocolate so I melted it and then drizzled with the white and pumpkin colored candy!!
Thanks so much for letting me hang out here today!! I hope you have a fantastic Sunday!! Now, go make some chocolate covered caramel corn!