Candy Corn Infused Vodka

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I’m soooo not a candy girl.

Give me hot, spicy, cheesy beautiful food.

We’ve all seen the stuff on Pinterest about infusing vodka with jolly ranchers, fruit, etc. I’ve been meaning to try something like that for a while – I’m not gonna lie – because it looks like it’s so damn fun, but I just haven’t gotten around to it.

Because, you know, there’s food to be made.

Lots and lots of food.


So, every October I make a fall arrangement for my dining room table (I use the term “arrangement” loosely- I really, really suck at that kinda thing) , which includes my glass pumpkin that I fill with candy corn. I have to continue to refill and refill this thing until Halloween is over because anyone walking through the door can’t stop from grabbing one or seven handfuls of candy corn.

Hey, I don’t mind – I put it there for a reason.

Anyway, the candy corn got me thinking about the whole candy/vodka thing – if Jolly Ranchers dissolve, will candy corn?




The answer is yup. It’s syrupy as all hell, but it does. It’s also a little buttery, very smooth and very easy to drink.

Its the perfect little shot.

I’m wondering what one could mix this with…..thoughts??

The candy corn I used is Smores flavored (Brach’s), but of course any candy corn will work. I just used this because I recently bought a big fat ass bag of it.

Here’s your printable-


Candy Corn Infused Vodka

Candy Corn Infused Vodka


  • 2 cups vodka - I like Pinnacle
  • 1 cup candy corn


  • Put the vodka and candy corn in a large mason jar with a fitted lid.
  • Let it infuse for 3-4 hours.
  • Use a strainer to get rid of anything solid and return liquid to the jar.
  • Recover and keep cold (I put my jar in the freezer).
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Here’s your pinnable!

Candy Corn Infused Vodka | Dixie Chik Cooks

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