Candy Corn Shooters
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Did you dress up this weekend 🎃 👻!?⠀ ⠀ I didn’t dress up but I’ll be making all the spooky drinks this week to celebrate Halloween! These Candy Corn Shooters are made with candy corn-infused vodka, pineapple juice and @cocoskyliqueur. They’re perfect to enjoy with all your ghoulfriends 👻 !
This Candy Corn Shooters recipe post was made in partnership with Coco Sky Liqueur. Recipe and ideas are my own.
Halloween this year kind of crept up on us. For one, neither of us have a costume picked out or any plans for the big night. However, in true Carolyn fashion, I do have a drink or two in mind for the occasion. To get festive this year, I decided to create these fun candy corn shooters!
Candy corn is definitely one of those polarizing foods, but I can’t help making something delicious with them every year – it’s almost a tradition at this point! Let me tell you, these candy corn shooters just might be my new favorite treat to enjoy with all my ghoulfriends this Halloween…get it?
All jokes aside, these candy corn shooters are super easy to make and don’t require many ingredients at all! The shot itself is just a mix of candy corn-infused vodka and a little pineapple juice to achieve that orange glow. I loved topping mine with some homemade Coco Sky whipped cream and a little black sanding sugar! Coco Sky is a blend of coconut water, gin and sweet cream, and adding it to the whipped cream just might have been my best idea yet.
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Yields: 1 serving
Add candy corn and vodka to a jar. Shake and let infuse for 1 hour in the refrigerator and strain.
Coco Whipped Cream
Combine heavy whipping cream and Coco Sky Liqueur in a medium bowl. Beat until stiff peaks form.
For the shots
Combine candy-corn infused vodka and pineapple juice in a shooter glass. Top with a dollop of Coco Whipped Cream and a sprinkle of black sanding sugar.