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Oct 18

10 Responses to “FutterBingers”

  1. Omymel Says:

    I was so on board with futterbingers. When I read “don’t knock it ‘till you try it,” I was a little confused, thinking it would be really straightforward. And then I saw the candy corn, and I got scared. But I love futterbingers. And I trust you. I will make this

  2. Dave Says:

    The They Live reference is enough for me to attempt this.

  3. Steven Says:

    I have once encountered flavored candy corn. The mind reels…

  4. StingerMD Says:

    What would be a good replacement for candy corn?
    For the parts of the world that don’t have it 🙂

    But more importantly: what is candy corn? And what does it taste like? 🙂

  5. hungry hungry hippo Says:

    is there any alternative to candy corn? since that is a bit difficult to get, where i live.

  6. Denita TwoDragons Says:

    Am I the only one around here that actually LIKES candy corn?!

  7. lubu602 Says:

    I am going to try this. I have a intense hatred of candy corn, if you don’t hear back from me, assume the worst

  8. Peter Says:

    I haven’t had the original inspiration for this dish in YEARS because I despise the company that makes them. So if this is a reasonable counterfeit, I’m excited!

  9. Shandon Says:

    I’ve always been a fan of candy corn myself. Love this recipe! The flavor is almost spot on, though the texture is way off, at least in my attempts. Maybe I’m doing something wrong?

  10. Shandon Says:

    Quick tip on the texture after some experimentation: The texture seems to be entirely determined by the temperature of the melted candy corn. I need to buy more candy corn and experiment with a candy thermometer, I’m thinking maybe somewhere around the soft and hard crack stages.

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