Sep 172017
 

These Candy Corn Sugar Cookies are a delicious fall treat! They are easy to make and with the candy corn, they are festive for the fall season.

I always like to have a snack ready for my boys when they get home from school.  Both of them come off the bus hangry, so recently I whipped up these Candy Corn Sugar Cookies. With the candy corn they are festive and perfect for the fall. Plus they are easy to make and seriously, what kid doesn’t love a nice warm cookie when they get home from school?

These Candy Corn Sugar Cookies are a delicious fall treat! They are easy to make and with the candy corn, they are festive for the fall season.

Candy Corn Sugar Cookies

Here’s what you need:

  • 2 ¾ cup of flour
  • 1 teaspoon of baking soda
  • ½ teaspoon of baking powder
  • ½ teaspoon of salt
  • 1 cup of butter, softened
  • 1 ½ cups of sugar
  • 1 egg, room temperature
  • 2 teaspoons of vanilla extract
  • ½ cup of candy corn
  • ½ cup of caramel chips

Here’s what you do:
1. Preheat oven to 375 degrees Fahrenheit.
2. In a small bowl whisk your flour, baking soda, baking powder, and salt. Then set it aside.

These Candy Corn Sugar Cookies are a delicious fall treat! They are easy to make and with the candy corn, they are festive for the fall season.

3. In a large bowl, cream butter and sugar.  It should take you about 4 minutes using a hand mixer.
4. Add egg and vanilla to butter mixture and mix together. Slowly add in the flour mixture, reserving 2 tablespoons of flour mixture. Be sure not to over mix!!
5. Toss in the candy corn and caramel chips along with the 2 tablespoons of flour. Add caramel chips to cookie mixture.

These Candy Corn Sugar Cookies are a delicious fall treat! They are easy to make and with the candy corn, they are festive for the fall season.

6. On a well greased pan, add 2 tablespoons of cookie dough for jumbo cookies, or 1 ½ teaspoons for regular sized cookies. Top them with candy corn.

These Candy Corn Sugar Cookies are a delicious fall treat! They are easy to make and with the candy corn, they are festive for the fall season.

7. Bake jumbo cookies for 13-15 minutes or until edges become slightly golden brown. Bake regular cookies for 8-10 minutes. Allow to cool fully before serving.

These Candy Corn Sugar Cookies are a delicious fall treat! They are easy to make and with the candy corn, they are festive for the fall season.

This recipe makes about 12 jumbo cookies and about 24 regular cookies.

These Candy Corn Sugar Cookies are a delicious fall treat! They are easy to make and with the candy corn, they are festive for the fall season.

Pro tip: If you add candy corn into the cookie dough, when spooning dough onto the cookie sheet, be sure to either have candy corn within the center of the ball or on top to keep the candy corn from melting onto the sheet.

These Candy Corn Sugar Cookies are a delicious fall treat! They are easy to make and with the candy corn, they are festive for the fall season.My kids loved these Candy Corn Sugar Cookies and the entire batch was gone in record time.

  60 Responses to “Candy Corn Sugar Cookies”

  1. Pure. Genius. I’m a huge fan of candy corn. Lucky for me, the rest of my family is not. More cookies for me!

  2. Those look so good! This is the best use of candy corn I’ve ever seen. These flavors are so perfect together.

  3. We normally ice our sugar cookies, but this would be a nice change for the fall season. And I would love a warm candy corn sugar cookie when I come home 🙂

  4. I am going to try this out. I’m a huge fan of candy corn. And cookies. So this works 😉 I’d totally pig out, I won’t lie.

  5. Those look amazing! I absolutely love candy corn, and having a fun snack like this for the kids is perfect!

  6. Okay so I love sugar cookies and I love candy corn and now the two have met and I am in awe! Robin I am so making these and then eating them all.

  7. What a perfect recipe for Halloween. My middle kid loves candy corn and I’m sure he’d have a blast baking these cookies.

  8. Well this looks like a fun cookie to make. It’s easy to do and perfect for any kind of Halloween party you have going this year.

  9. It is candy corn season and these cookies embrace the corn so well. I am not a baker but this looks like fun around Halloween.

  10. Oooh, I’ve loved candy corn since I was a young girl. This looks like such a fun recipe to bake and eat in the fall and around Halloween!

  11. What a fun cookie recipe to make. Adding the candy corn is a wonderful idea. Adding these to the cookie list.

  12. Yummy! These look tasty and perfect to make for the upcoming holiday! Definitely want to make these!! Great idea!

  13. Oh now this sounds like a delicious cookie recipe I definitely need to try and make some of this for myself as it sounds right up my street!

  14. I love that with sugar cookies, you can be so festive for any holiday and make the kiddos happy! These would not last long in my home!

  15. These are cute! But I don’t really eat candy so I would be making them for my kids only – what age would these be okay to eat? I can’t remember how hard candy corn is and I’m not sure if it would melt enough for a 2 year old’s teeth.

  16. These look so great! Sugar cookies are so versatile. I will have to make these with my daughter for Halloween

  17. Years ago when I worked at the school, a mom brought in some of these cookies for the teachers and staff, they were amazing!

  18. These look so good! I really like candy corn as a fall treat, and it would be even better in cookies.

  19. I’m not the hugest candy corn fan but I really needed a new recipe for sugar cookies! The last batch I made tasted awful. This is a great recipe that can be used for any holiday candy! Nom nom.

  20. Oh these are the best! I’m always game for some sugar cookies and this is a fun way to theme them for Halloween. I’d love to make jumbo and regular ones too.

  21. These look like they would melt in your mouth! I have to try this recipe!

  22. This sounds like a fun recipe to make! I would love to try making this sometime.

  23. My daughter loves candy corn! She would adore this recipe!

  24. It’s so easy to prepare and the baking time is so quick as well. I’m sure your boys will be really happy to come home to these.

  25. OMG. Candy corn is my favorite fall candy – though it’s hated by many. I will have to try your recipe this fall for sure 🙂

  26. I’ve never tried candy corn before! But I’m sure I’d like it! Will have to try and get some next time i’m in the states and make up a batch of these

  27. I wouldn’t mind making a batch of these sweet cookies for the kids! I’m sure they’re going to enjoy it when they see these on the table after school! It’s really easy to prepare, so it’s a recipe I’d love to try.

  28. Those look so simple and tasty. We all love sugar cookies, I like the idea of dressing them up for Halloween.

  29. Those are perfect cookies! It’s perfect for when my nieces and nephews come over the house! I’m sure they’ll love this! Thanks for the recipe!

  30. The people in this house are candy corn aholics! I’ll have to save this recipe for them.

  31. These look delicious. I love both of these separate, together I would be over the moon and would not be able to stop eating these! Thanks for the idea!
    Mitch

  32. these look so cute and tasty. They would be perfect for classroom party treats. Thanks for the idea.

  33. Yummy! Sugar cookies are not to be shared. I love them so much I’d hide and eat them.

  34. I’m obsessed with those candy corns! I could eat them all year round, but love that they’re special for Halloween too.

  35. This looks delicious! I love candy corn so I’m definitely trying this!

  36. I love freshly baked sugar cookies. This was a great way to add some color to them and make them perfect for fall entertaining.

  37. I cant lie I hate candy corn personally. But I know candy corn lovers would adore these cookies!

  38. Haha I am yet to meet a kid who doesn’t come home hangry. This is one creative way to kill the two emotions sweetly! I think I will give this recipe a go and see how my kiddos like these cool cookies!

  39. These cookies look really yummy! I love how you made use of the candy corn. We are not really big on it but if it is in a cookie, I am sure that would be gone in record time.

  40. These looks super yummy. Candy corn is my fav and I’m so excited to now have an excuse to eat them!

  41. My kids would love these cookies. I have never tried baking with candy corn, but I bet it is awesome!

  42. One of my favorites! I am always looking for a way to use up my candy corn stash and this is a great one. I have gained 8 new BOY neighbors in the last month or two and I would love to make these for them!

  43. I love candy corn and this just looks wonderful. I never thought to put them in cookies but I HAVE to try it!

  44. Adding caramel chips and candy corns to sugar cookies is such a genius idea. They add such a unique sweetness to the an all time classic cookie.

  45. These look SO tasty. I made something like this once before and it was soooo good, I’ll need to keep this recipe and give it a try again this year. Thanks!

  46. Candy corn is my favorite so I’m sure I would LOVE LOVE LOVE these treats! I’m addicted

  47. I’m one of those soulless people who doesn’t like candy corn! sorry. But I will say, these look tasty and worth putting my candy corn aversion to the side 🙂

  48. What an easy but adorable idea! Great for our Halloween party!

  49. One of my favorite Halloween candies is candy corn and cookies are easily one of my top five favorite desserts…this recipe seems like an absolute MUST try!

  50. Yummy! My son would love that. Candy corn is his favorite halloween candy

  51. Really nice treats. I’ have never been a fan of candy corn but I like sugar cookies.

  52. Candy corn is my favorite, in fact, I grabbed a few off of my desk on the way to the coffee pot just now, lol. I’m sure these cookies would taste amazing. I’m saving your recipe.

  53. Those Candy Corn Sugar Cookies look yummy, bet the kids would love eating this. Perfect treat to make for Halloween too will keep the recipe in mind.

  54. Now we’re talking. I love sugar cookies and candy corn. This is a wonderful dessert!

  55. I’ve never actually heard of candy corn but it looks like a great extra to these yummy cookies! I’m not surprised your kids loved them.

  56. They must think that you are the best mum in the world when they see these candy corn cookies. They look like a perfect after school snack x

  57. That looks quite an easy and delicious recipe to make. Nice photos too. Yummy!

  58. Candy corn is my personal favorite but my kids don’t care for it. That means I’ll just eat the entire batch of these cookies…and I’m okay with that! YUM.

  59. My oldest daughter and I loooooove candy corn. And cookies. And treats in general. Hahaha. I will definitely have to whip up a batch of these this fall!

  60. I always liked candy corn. I bet they are great in sugar cookies. I usually eat them with a mixture of nuts, popcorn, m&ms and pretzels.