A classic old-fashioned hard candy recipe from Baste Cut Fold.

Old-Fashioned Card Candy

A simple method for making old-fashioned hard candy, based on a family recipe. Ships well and stays fresh for a long time, making it ideal for gift-giving!

Lollipops & Hard Candy Recipe | LorAnn Oils

Step-by-step directions for making delicious hard candy and lollipops. Watch our How To Make Hard Candy video.

Old Fashioned Hard Candy. My grandma made this every Christmas. I'm so making these!

Reminds me of when my mom made this every year. Old fashioned Rock Candy Here’s what you’ll need: 3 sugar 1 cups light corn syrup 1 cup water 1 teaspoon food coloring Don’t forget: There a

Nana taught me how to make this candy many years ago. We would make so many flavors and her candy dishes were always filled with them. I decided to make them with my son and fill our candy dishes like nana did. We made many flavors, the possibilities are endless, rootbeer, peppermint, wintergreen,cinnamon, spearmint, anise,lime,strawberry, orange, you name it you can make it. I match the color food coloring i use to the flavor of the candy. When you make several flavors the candy bowls are…

Nana's Homemade Hard Candy

Nana taught me how to make this candy many years ago. We would make so many flavors and her candy dishes were always filled with them. I decided to make them with my son and fill our candy dishes like nana did. We made many flavors, the possibilities are

Christmas Hard Candy..... I love this kind of candy I wish I knew how to make it!!

A jar of homemade hard candies makes a great gift or a fun stocking stuffer! A jar of homemade hard candies makes a great gift or a fun stocking stuffer!

I have a special soft spot for Lemon Drops.   There are few memories I have of my grandmother but one that sticks out the most in my mind is how she always had Lemon Drops candies waiting for my sister and I whenever we came to visit. Now it is of no surprise to all of you that as aContinue…

Homemade Lemon Drop Candies

These Lemon Drop Candies will add a sunny touch to any candy dish. cup of lemon juice is equal to 1 tsp citric acid for substitution

How to make hard candy jewels! Used this recipe to make edible diamonds for a wedding cake! Came out great! Blogger has amazing pouring control (I do not!)  if you break them apart when they are still a little warm to the touch then they come out fine!

Learn to make hard candy jewels! Chica and Jo have a very thorough tutorial on their site. They used these candy jewels to decorate a Princess Peach birthd

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