Recently I went to Walmart and found these delicious M&M’s Candy Corn White Chocolate Candies. This is the first time they have come out with them and I thought, well I could definitely use these for some Halloween gifts and goodies! We love to “boo” neighbors in the neighborhood as well as make treats for family, friends and teachers.
Here are 5 easy gifts I came up with using the M&M’s Candy Corn Candies, all costing no more than $5!
M&M’s Candy Corn Bark
This is really easy to make!
Almond Bark (you can find this in Walmart stores for under $3 for 2 pounds)
M&M’s Candy Corn Candies
Sprinkles and white Almond Bark for garnishment
Melt the (brown) chocolate in the microwave
Pour out onto parchment paper, making a thin layer of about 1/8th thick
Place M&M’s in the melted chocolate (be sure to press them down so they stay in)
Sprinkle sprinkles on the melted chocolate
Let harden in cool area (approx 5-10 minutes)
Melt white chocolate in microwave
Take knife and dip in the white chocolate, then lightly go over the chocolate in random order
Let harden, enjoy!
M&M Candy Corn Chocolate Covered Apples
This is similar to the recipe above, just take the melted almond bark and pour it over apples! The candies are heavy so you can adhere them with melted white chocolate by putting drops of melted chocolate on the back and then put them on the apples. Place a skewer in the bottom and done!
This is really easy to do, just pour the candies in little treat bags with a cute tag/attachment! I created this one just using Microsoft Word and printed a cute little photo on the back so the recipients would know what they were!
I used glue dots on the inside of the fold, then adhered them to the bag.
I found these cute little treat bags at Dollar Tree!
Large Candy Corn Treat Bag
If you have some cake decorating bags on hand, these are easy to do. Just arrange them by color then tie with curling ribbon!
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I was asked to shop for these candies as part of an insight study with Collective Bias, I was not asked to do a blog post this was my own doing. All opinions and thoughts are my own.