State Fair Foods You Can Make At Home7/20/2016 10:00:33 AM
It's been years since we've been to the state fair so this year we're hopefully going to get up to the Twin Cities for the Minnesota State Fair. Everyone just raves about the state fair here and now that we've been residents for over a year, I think we need to find out what all the excitement is about. I'm guessing it's all about the food though!
Here are 10 State Fair foods you can make at home!
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My kids have been asking begging for sweet corn these past few weeks so this is a recipe we'll be trying out soon! Get the full recipe here.
This recipe only uses three ingredients! Get the full recipe here.
Being from Wisconsin, I think I've had quite a few of these at the Wisconsin State Fair over the years! Get the full recipe here.
Ok, so maybe you won't find this one at the state fair, but according to Nellie Bellie, this is a Minnesotan favorite. I'm just adding it into this post because it looks easy to make, and coffee. Get the full recipe here.
Here is another recipe that only requires a few ingredients. And they are baked so you don't have to feel nearly as guilty for indulging! ;) Get the full recipe here.
This is my most favorite thing to eat at the fair. No one needs to see me eating the entire thing by myself though so I'll just make it at home instead. Get the full recipe here.
This recipe gives you the perfect excuse to go shopping at Home Goods/TJ Maxx so you can pick up a cocktail shaker. Get the full recipe here.
If there is one Minnesota State Fair food I hear about constantly, it's Sweet Martha's Cookies! Haley over at Cheap Recipe Blog has the full recipe for you here.
On a side note, and completely opposite of all the foods in this post, check out all of her paleo recipes!
This recipe is easier than it looks! Get the full recipe here.
I don't even know how long it's been since I've had an elephant ear and quite honestly I forgot about them! Now I can't stop thinking about them! Get the full recipe here.
So tell me, what are your favorite state fair foods?