Candy Corn

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

I was debating to titles for this recipe post. I was either going to go with Corn Nuts or Candy Corn. Candy Corn won out because of the sweetness that these little babies have! These little candy corn thingys would make great toppings for salads or soups or whatever you would like to give a little crunch too! They certainly are great by themselves though and are quite a healthy snack!
Candy Corn

1/4 of a bag of Frozen Corn (more or less depending on what you want)

Spread frozen corn on a towel and let thaw on counter for at least an hour. Preheat oven to 300 degrees. Place thawed corn on a cookie sheet and bake for 10 minutes then stir. Continue baking a stirring about every 5-10 minutes for about 45 minutes or until off of your little corn niblets are brownish and wrinkly. The drier they are the better.

Basically you will be dehydrating them and roasting them at the same time!

Only make as much as you will eat at one time because these will get soggy if kept in the refrigerator.


KMom said...

Umm Yum, these look good. Do you think they would be good with Bacon salt on them before you dehydrate/roast them? :)

Amy said...

Yay! A recipe Amy can handle! :)

Tammy said...

Interesting, I'll have to try this some time.