Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Carmel Corn Cobs

Fun On A Stick! Not sure we will ever tire of fun food on a stick! Especially when it can be so festive and easy to make. If you are thinking of serving some "corn" this Thanksgiving, you may want to rethink how you actually present it to your hungry Thanksgiving crowd! 





It all starts with this Carmel corn on the cob shaped popcorn we found at The Dollar Tree.


Next we took some brown lunch sacks and cut them in thirds making strips. Not really to concerned with cutting the perfect shape for the corn husks, we just cut out two shapes per cob.



We than used real corn cob sticks to make it really fun! We layed  our paper corn husks on the sides of the Carmel cob and overlapped them on the bottom of the cob. We inserted the corn cob stick up through the bottom of the Carmel cob and through the paper husks just enough to secure everything in place. Since the Carmel cob is sticky, we were able to gently press the paper corn husks onto the cob to make it look more realistic.




 We can think all sorts of occasion's  these would be great served at: BBQ's, picnic's Fourth of July, Thanksgiving and many more.





 If you are a Carmel corn maker, perhaps you have been inspired to try your hand at making your own fresh, delicious Carmel corn cobs for the family this year. Remember, keep it Homespun!

                                          The Lord will keep you from all harm-
                                          He will watch over your life;
                                   the Lord will watch over your coming and going
                                          both now and forevermore.
                                          Psalm 121:7-8

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6 comments:

  1. this is so adorable I'd love it if you would add this to my party over at http://raegunwear.blogspot.com

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  2. So clever...and surely delicious! Have a blessed Thanksgiving, Kristin!

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  3. So inventive! I think you could probably do this with regular caramel corn and just stick it together, right? Great idea! Thanks for sharing :-)

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  4. Great idea!! Now I need to find a good caramel corn recipe.

    If you get a chance you'll have to check out my blog sometime.

    Melissa
    redflycreations.blogspot.com

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