The candy apple is in the forest in between the two trees. Hope you find it! :)
to get the cotton candy you have to get a clubpenguin toy and you unlock to a type of clubpenguin treasure book and if you want the cotton candy you can get it
Because it's candy and it's shaped like a corn kernel!
The candy corn is about 0.2220 pounds
Candy corn is a mixture, not a molecule.
There isn't a slogan for candy corn. For more on candy corn see the links in related links.
Indian corn is a traditional candy corn with a chocolate flavored base, usually flavored with cocoa.
Candy Cane,Candy Corn, Candy Corn Cocktail and Candy Corn are a long list of dessert cocktails.
A piece of candy corn is about 3 centimeters long!
It looks like kernels of corn.
WAL-MART is the place to get candy corn after Halloween.
The candy ghosts are for Halloween only.
A kernel of corn. Candy corn contains corn syrup which is not real corn, but a product manufactured from corn starch.
Candy corn are a majority of corn starch and sugar and are made in a factory for special holidays. There are recipes to make candy corn but it might not be exactly like the manufactured candy.
Candy corn is mainly sugar, with a tiny bit of salt thrown in. For 20 pieces of candy corn you will ingest around 150 calories. http://caloriecount.about.com/calories-brachs-candy-corn-i89817
you can only get it when its a fair on clubpenguin other wise u cant get it
Depending on the size of the mason jar and candy corn, approximately, 204 pieces of candy corn can fit in a mason jar.
Approximately 22 pieces of candy corn = 40 grams.There is approximately 28 grams in one ounce.So, if approximately 16.5 candy corn are in one ounce, then multiply that by 16 to get a pound.This would equal 264 pieces of candy corn in one pound.
The candy is actually for all you people who didn't know this it is carmalized -popcorn- nothing of actual corn is candy.
Narional candy corn day is october 30
Candy corn is usually yellow with a tip of white.
There are a variety of craft projects that use candy corn. Check out http://www.craftbits.com/project/candy-corn-cards AND http://www.womansday.com/Articles/Home/Crafts/Preserving-Your-Candy-Corn-Wreath.html AND http://www.allfreecrafts.com/halloween/candy-corn.shtml