There is probably no literal translation since it is not a Mexican or Spanish candy. Time to give up I think.
In Puerto Rico, they say, "dulce". Depends on the country.
"Do you want candy?" "¿Quieres dulces?"
Notice that in the question 'dulce' is pluralized.
This is so confusing, I just want to know how to say candy in Spanish for a school project.
Editor's Note: Here is a discussion on the subject. It appears that caramelo is the word that Spanish speakers use most often.
I use this website for translations:
I typed in Candy Corn and the answer that came up was:
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