Candy Corn Parfait

5 from 30 votes

This candy corn parfait is a festive, healthy and fun treat to have for Halloween. It's made with fruit, coconut milk and chia pudding - vegan and easy!

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If you’re inspired by the fall season, but want to limit artificial colors and heavy sugars for kids, you should try this Candy Corn Parfait. I used the popular candy corn treats as inspiration to create something festive, healthy and totally adorable! It’s like a smoothie bowl topped with chia pudding.

Close up of candy corn parfait showing the three layers topped with coconut whipped cream and shredded coocnut

How to make candy corn parfait

Even though the chia pudding is on the top, I start with that lyer. To make that, follow my chia pudding recipe here. It’s basically 1 part chia seeds to 4 parts liquid and any sweetener you want. It’s important to make the chia pudding first, because you’ll want that to set in the fridge in a jar for at least 30 minutes or ideally a few hours.

For the yellow layer, I simply use frozen mangos with coconut milk. When you blend it you’ll want to have a slushy-like consistency. This has to be the thickest layer of the candy corn parfait to hold up the other two layers. This will help make sure the layers don’t bleed into each other, like a normal smoothe would. Then I slowly pour and divide into two huge cups, or 4-6 smaller jars.

Before and after collage showing frozen mango and coconut milk in the blender before and after blending.

Next is the orange layer of the candy corn parfait. For that I use again frozen mangoes with coconut milk, but I also add carrots. The carrots give it that dark orange color and a nice vegetable serving. You can grate the carrot before blending if you don’t have a high speed blender. For this layer, you can also add maple syrup to sweeten it, but it’s totally optional.

Once the orange layer is done, pour that on top of the yellow layered cups. Then scoop on the chia pudding on top and you’ve got a festive smoothie-like candy corn inspired parfait/pudding.

Before and after collage showing frozen mango, carrots and coconut milk in the blender before and after blending.

Tips for layering the parfait

  • Limit the liquids: You just need enough coconut milk to help the motor of the blender start running.  If you don’t like coconut milk, you can use any kind of milk or even water. A little bit goes a long way in creating the perfect consistency.
  • Work with frozen ingredients: It will make all the difference. Since carrots are solid though, they don’t need to be frozen, but it wouldn’t hurt.
  • Make the chia pudding in advance: Chia pudding is best when it sits for at least 30 minute or ideally a couple hours. This will ensure it’s actually pudding-like and not watery.
  • Freeze between layers: Even though the layers are pretty solid, it helps to layer the yellow and place it in the freezer while making the orange layer. Even 5 minutes in the freezer will really help it.
  • Pour slowly: If you pour it too quickly, the layers may bleed into each other, so make sure to carefully pour one layer on top of another.
Final shot of candy corn parfait layered in a clear glass with pumpkin in background and halloween decorations

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Candy Corn Parfait

This candy corn parfait is a festive, healthy and fun treat to have for Halloween. It’s made with fruit, coconut milk and chia pudding – vegan and easy!
5 from 30 votes
Servings 4 serving
Course Snack
Calories 414
Prep Time 25 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes




  • 12 oz mango frozen chunks (about 1 ½ cups)
  • ¾ cup coconut milk


  • 9 oz mango frozen chunks (about 1 cup)
  • ½ cup chopped carrots
  • ½ cup coconut milk



  • Pour the chia seeds and the milk into a jar and stir well with a fork. Let settle for 2-3 minutes then stir again very well until you see no clumping. Cover the jar and store in fridge overnight or for at least 30 minutes.
  • To prepare the first yellow layer, blend the mango chunks with the coconut milk until the mixture is thick like a slushy. Divide into two cups and place the cups in the freezer while preparing the next layer.
  • To prepare the orange middle layer, blend the mango chunks with the carrots and coconut milk until the mixture is thick like a slushy. Divide carefully on top of the yellow mixture in the cups.
  • Pour the chia pudding over the orange part, top with whipped coconut cream and enjoy!


Storage: Store any leftovers in an airtight container. This will last about 3-4 days in the fridge.
Make Ahead: You can make the chia pudding up to 3-4 days ahead of time and store it in the fridge.
Substitutes: For best results, follow the recipe as is. You can get creative with the orange and yellow layers by using different fruits and vegetables. 
Equipment: I make my smoothies in my Vitamix. It has a “frozen” treats button so it does all the work for me until the ingredients are well blended without any chunks of fruits and vegetables left over
* Please note the nutrition label does not include the whipped cream on top.


Serving: 1cup, Calories: 414kcal, Carbohydrates: 34g, Protein: 5g, Fat: 31g, Saturated Fat: 24g, Sodium: 31mg, Potassium: 629mg, Fiber: 6g, Sugar: 23g, Vitamin A: 4285IU, Vitamin C: 56.4mg, Calcium: 124mg, Iron: 5.4mg

Nutrition information provided is an estimate. It will vary based on cooking method and specific ingredients used.

Cuisine American
Course: Snack

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  1. It was amazingly delicious! I made it for my bf for his post football dessert and he loves it!
    I used almond milk instead. The frozen ings made all the difference!
    Thanks for this!