You Can Now Get Turkey Dinner-Flavored Candy Corn With Stuffing Pieces

Love them or hate them, candy corns are here to stay. If you’re not the biggest fan of these sweet candies, perhaps this turkey dinner-flavored candy corn can turn you into one. You heard it right and clear, these candies are made to taste like traditional Thanksgiving dishes. So, it’s basically a complete Thanksgiving dinner in a bag.

Brach’s launched this Thanksgiving-themed treat which is packed with some of the most iconic Thanksgiving dishes. The candy corn comes in six different flavors including green beans, roasted turkey, cranberry sauce, ginger glazed carrot, sweet potato pie and stuffing. So, you’ll get all Thanksgiving staples in one bag. Now you might be wondering how this is even possible. And you’re not the only one.


Brach’s Turkey Dinner Candy Corn

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Brach's Turkey Dinner candy corn: That's right! Brachs went all out and all, weird this year with a bag of candy corn brandishing SIX different flavors! Listed below is our impression on each along with what we believed the color combination was, in case you try them yourself. We admit, some of the flavors are hard to differentiate, so let us know if you think otherwise! Green Beans (all green): Sweet with that field-fresh after taste. Honestly, kind of enjoyable. Turkey (Yellow bottom, brown tip): We'd say odd, but that would be forgiving. This flavor is downright wrong to be in candy, but still enjoyed the taboo experience. Cranberry sauce (all red): Also delicious! Kind of sour-sweet. Carrot (all orange): Sweet and delicious with a little bit of spice! Sweet potato pie (white bottom, orange tip): Amazing! Great cinnamon flavor on the after taste. Stuffing (brown bottom, white tip): Another forbidden fruit like the turkey one. Credit to @connorpupp for the release information. Credit to @brachscandy for the daring creativity. Credit to @walgreens for the courageous supply order. #brachs #candycorn #thanksgiving #Walgreens

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Now the biggest question is: are you brave enough to try this out? It’s actually worth the risk, if you ask us. And it may end up to your liking if you’re really into the Thanksgiving spirit. Besides, you can just pick out the cranberry sauce and sweet potato pie flavors if you can’t handle the weird stuff. But then again, the weird stuff may turn out to be unexpectedly great.



The new Brach’s turkey dinner candy corn comes in a 12-oz pack containing candy pieces in different colors. Green pieces have green beans flavor, white with yellow top pieces have roasted turkey flavor, red pieces have cranberry sauce flavor, yellow pieces have ginger glazed carrot flavor, yellow with white top pieces have sweet potato pie flavor and yellow with brown top pieces have stuffing flavor.


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Now THIS is what brings me the greatest joy! Weird stuff! Whodathunkit stuff. Ewww stuff. New Brachs Turkey Dinner flavored candy corn. Flavors are green beans, roasted turkey, cranberry sauce, ginger glazed carrots and sweet potato stuffing. I figure all ya need to do is put a handful on your plate, pour some gravy over and wala- Thanksgiving dinner. ? I’m beyond excited to try these ? My understanding is they were found in @walgreens Huge thanks to the ice cream queen and friend @hustlekitten for alerting us to these and allowing me to use her photo. The hunt begins…Hey I won’t have to cook this year. Woohoo! #brachs #brachscandycorn #candycorn #brachsturkeydinnercandycorn #turkeydinnercandycorn #whodathunkit #ferraracandycompany #walgreens #ineedthis #thanksgiving #saywhat #turkeydinnercondensed #loveit #flavoredcandycorn #happythanksgiving #junkfood #orisitdinner

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The new Brach’s turkey dinner candy corn has been spotted at Walgreens. So, you are likely to find it in the candy aisle at the nearest Walgreens store. People who have tried these Thanksgiving-inspired candies have different opinions about it. And that’s to be expected. But we still can’t deny the excitement (and curiosity) that weird stuff (like this) brings to the table.