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Candy Corn Milk

By October 18, 2013

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You may hear the name "Candy Corn Milk" and wonder, how do you milk a candy corn? Good question! The answer, of course, is that no actual candy corns were milked in the process of making this drink.

This Candy Corn Milk recipe is actually a hot beverage made with milk, cream, white chocolate, and (you guessed it) candy corn. The candy corn lends a sweetness and a lovely light orange color. The milk is infused with orange peels to give it a delicious orange creamsicle taste to go along with the appearance. This is a nice change from regular hot chocolate and a great way to use up excess candy corn around Halloween time!

If you'd like a drink that's less rich or less sweet, you can change the milk and cream proportions, or omit some or all of the white chocolate. As long as you include the orange flavoring and the candy corn, you're good to go! Now get out there and milk those candy corns for all they're worth.

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