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Yogurt Candy Corn Popsicle Recipe

When you see yellow, orange and white together you can’t help but think of candy corn! Those infinite colors are a sure sign that Fall and Halloween are on the way! So how fun is this Yogurt Candy Corn Popsicle! Just one of many Candy Corn Ideas for this time of year. A simple treat for after school, Halloween party or a fall celebration…hand them out after a hayride, raking leaves or an afternoon bonfire.

Make a bunch and keep them handy in the freezer…the kids will love you for it!

These candy corn yogurt pops are easier than you think to make. I will show you how to make different colors with food coloring and how easy it is to achieve the striped effect!

Let’s get started!

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Yogurt Candy Corn Popsicle Recipe

INGREDIENTS

32 oz. container of vanilla yogurt

3 drops Wilton creamy vanilla custard flavoring

Wilton orange food gel

Wilton yellow food gel

3 Wilton disposable decorator icing bags (or you can use 3 Ziploc bags snipped at the corner)

This recipe will yield 8 candy corn yogurt pops.

NOTE: The popsicle mold used in the recipe was purchased at TJ Maxx. Find Popsicle Molds Here.

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1. Distribute the yogurt evenly into three mixing bowls.

2. Add 3 drops of vanilla custard flavoring to each bowl. (Optional since the yogurt is already vanilla-flavored but well worth it as the taste and aroma remind me of candy corn). Stir well.

3. Add 1/8 teaspoon of the orange food gel into one of the bowls and stir well to evenly distribute the color. Cover and set aside in the refrigerator for later use.

4. Add 1/8 teaspoon of the yellow food gel into the second bowl and stir well to evenly distribute the color. Cover and place in refrigerator to use later in the recipe.

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5. Transfer the white yogurt to a decorator icing bag and pipe into the bottom of each Popsicle mold (gently tap on the mold to allow the yogurt to settle evenly). This will be the “tip” of your candy corn. Freeze for 15 minutes.

6. Transfer the orange yogurt to a decorator icing bag and pipe into each Popsicle mold for the middle layer of the candy corn. Freeze for 15 minutes.

7. Lastly, transfer the yellow yogurt to a decorator icing bag and pipe into each Popsicle mold, up to the fill line. Insert the lids/sticks and freeze for at least 2 hours or more.

Serve up the Candy Corn Popsicle this Fall and Halloween!

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NOTE: The popsicle mold used in the recipe was purchased at TJ Maxx. Find Popsicle Molds Here.

Yogurt Candy Corn Popsicles

Yield: This recipe will yield 8 candy corn yogurt pops.

Yogurt Candy Corn Popsicles

Ingredients

  • 32 oz. container of vanilla yogurt
  • 3 drops Wilton creamy vanilla custard flavoring
  • Wilton orange food gel
  • Wilton yellow food gel
  • 3 Wilton disposable decorator icing bags (or you can use 3 Ziploc bags snipped at the corner)

Instructions

  • 1. Distribute the yogurt evenly into three mixing bowls.
  • 2. Add 3 drops of vanilla custard flavoring to each bowl. (Optional since the yogurt is already vanilla-flavored but well worth it as the taste and aroma remind me of candy corn). Stir well.
  • 3. Add 1/8 teaspoon of the orange food gel into one of the bowls and stir well to evenly distribute the color. Cover and set aside in the refrigerator for later use.
  • 4. Add 1/8 teaspoon of the yellow food gel into the second bowl and stir well to evenly distribute the color. Cover and place in refrigerator to use later in the recipe.
  • 5. Transfer the white yogurt to a decorator icing bag and pipe into the bottom of each Popsicle mold (gently tap on the mold to allow the yogurt to settle evenly). This will be the "tip" of your candy corn. Freeze for 15 minutes.
  • 6. Transfer the orange yogurt to a decorator icing bag and pipe into each Popsicle mold for the middle layer of the candy corn. Freeze for 15 minutes.
  • 7. Lastly, transfer the yellow yogurt to a decorator icing bag and pipe into each Popsicle mold, up to the fill line. Insert the lids/sticks and freeze for at least 2 hours or more.
  • Enjoy the Candy Corn Pops!
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  1. “Candy Corn Yogurt Pops? Ohhhh! Oh my gosh!” my 8 year old peeking over my shoulder at this recipe.

    Thanks for sharing on Creative K Kids #TastyTuesdays

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