Are you a fan of candy corn? Then you'll want to indulge in this yummy jellied rendition of everyone's favorite Halloween candy. There is no doubt this candy corn jellobundt will definitely sweeten things up on the spookiest night of the year.
We stumbled upon this fun jello creation over at the Food Librarian blog where blogger Mary takes you step-by-step through the process of creating your very own candy corn jello bundt. The inspiration for this recipe came from Mary's I Love Big Bundts recipe series in which she created 30 unique recipes using bundt molds.
While there isn't one exact recipe that fits all molds, Mary suggests a formula that is easily adaptable to larger or smaller bundt molds. You'll need plain gelatin, condensed milk, and boxes of orange and lemon jello. Here's the full recipe along with other tasty Halloween ideas to feast your eyes on.
More Halloween Jello Ideas
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