Candy corn cake. Candy Corn Poke Cake Halloween Recipe! Candy corn cake. a fun cake to serve on Halloween! It's so easy to make, if you follow my step-by-step tutorial.
Ingredients of Candy corn cake
- Prepare 1 box of white cake mix (with ingredients on box).
- Prepare 25 of drops of red food coloring.
- You need 50 of drops of yellow food coloring.
- It’s 14 oz of sweetened condensed milk.
- It’s 12 oz of cool whip.
Top your cupcakes with a cake ball. Get the recipe from Love from the Oven. Candy corn is an iconic Halloween treat, so might as well cake-ify it to be even sweeter. Make this recipe for candy corn and you can ride that emotion for days.
Candy corn cake instructions
- Preheat oven to 350°..
- Prepare white cake mix according to box instructions..
- Divide batter into three bowls. One bowl will remain white batter. In one bowl add 25 drops of yellow food coloring and mix well. It should be a bright yellow color. In the third bowl add 25 drops of yellow food coloring and 25 drops of red food coloring. Mix well and this should make Orange batter..
- Pour the white batter into a greased 9×9 pan. Put in freezer for thirty minutes..
- Remove pan from freezer and add Orange batter and spread being careful not to disturb the white batter. Freeze for an additional 30 minutes..
- Remove pan from freezer and add yellow batter and spread being careful not to disturb the Orange batter..
- Bake according to directions on the cake box..
- As soon as cake comes out poke holes in it all the way to the bottom and pour sweetened condensed milk in all the holes..
- Allow to cool then refrigerate overnight..
- Cover the cake with cool whip and add candy corn for decoration..
Because by golly, you made candy You can use it to make fun cake toppers or personalized treats. This Candy Corn Icebox Cake is such a fun, cute and tasty Halloween dessert idea! It's completely no bake, and it's full of delicious vanilla and buttery shortbread! Place one of the cake layers on a cake stand and use a dinner knife or an offset spatula to frost with the yellow frosting. We concocted this bewitching cake inspired by an iconic Halloween treat: candy corn.