You can use any small decorative Halloween candies in place of the candy corn. Try ones shaped like pumpkins, skulls, or spiders and other creepy crawlers.
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Rating: 5 stars
Made these for many Halloween parties and the guests can't get enough of them. The peanut butter cupcake with the candy goes very well together. Highly recommend!
Rating: 5 stars
Great recipe,glad we tried it even if it had a negative review.Wonderful size for our Halloween Party dessert buffet.I used regular peanut butter and increased the vanilla to1 tsp.Very moist,and were easy to make.Will make again for other occasions.We got 40 cupcakes from the recipe.
Rating: 4 stars
I made these for our bake sale a the church pumpkin patch. They were really cute and tasty. They were such a hit that I had a special request to bake them for the church's Christmas silver tea tomorrow. Instead of the candy corn I am going to use a peanut M&M on top. Not only did I get the full 48, but I got enough dough to make extras just for me.
Rating: 1 stars
Thumbs down .I am a seasoned baker (used to bake desserts for a restaurant) and these are not so good. Simple to make, but looked better than they tasted. Cake part was flavorless, even with the peanut butter. I never skimp on quality ingredients (used real butter / vanilla) Grade of C-, at best. I was looking for something to share at office and I will not even bring these in. I’ll be interested to know others opinion. I only got 36 each, recipe says 48.