Halloween Candy 2017: Top 5 Best Homemade Candy Ideas
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Halloween Candy 2017: Top 5 Best Homemade Candy Ideas

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Hors d'oeuvres are served during Halloween Horror Nights Opening Night Red Carpet at Universal Studios Hollywood on September 15, 2017 in Universal City, California.

Halloween is just around the corner, and what better way to spend it than by impressing friends and family with some tasty homemade Halloween candy? Sure, you could go with a Snickers or Twix bar, but you can bet that your friends will be all the more impressed, and more likely to get into the Halloween spirit, with some treats you’ve made from scratch.

Read on for the top 5 homemade Halloween candy recipes.

1. Homemade Candy Corn

Ingredients:
– Powdered sugar
– Powdered milk
– Salt
– Granulated sugar
– Corn syrup
– Butter
– Vanilla
– Orange food coloring
– Yellow food coloring

2. Halloween Jello Eyes

Ingredients:
– Strawberry Jello
– Powdered gelatin
– Melted red candy melts (or cookie icing)
– Melted balk candy melts (or cookie icing)
– Melted green candy melts (or cookie icing)
– Melted white chocolate

3. Halloween Gummy Words

Ingredients:
– Plastic straws
– Strawberry jelly
– Unflavored gelatin
– Boiling water
– Whipping cream
– Green food coloring

4. Halloween Candy Apples

Ingredients:
– Apples
– White chocolate
– Sugar
– Water
– Red food dye
– Lollipop sticks/ branches (cleaned)

5. Witches’ Fingers

Ingredients:
– All-purpose flour
– Vegetable shortening
– Butter or margarine
– Powdered sugar
– Salt
– Egg
– Almond extract
– Food coloring
– Almonds
– Chocolate chips
– Cherry flavored chips

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