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44K views · 325 reactions | What do you do when you have mixture leftover after dipping?

Me? I save it. Why, you ask? 
Because:
a. Flavored candy mixture makes great crushed candy topping. 
b. When I want a quick candied fruit snack, I reuse the mixture. No need to use additional ingredients for moi. 
c. I also teach my students how to do A & B. So I often save mixture to have on hand for upcoming classes. 
d. I can pour the hot mixture directly into my silicone candy molds and let it set. And voila, homemade hard candy. 
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What do you do when you have mixture leftover after dipping? Me? I save it. Why, you ask? Because: a. Flavored candy mixture makes great crushed candy topping. b. When I want a quick candied fruit...

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These luxurious Candy Jewels are surprisingly simple to prepare. With a few basic ingredients, a candy thermometer, and gem molds, you'll be cranking out perfect hard candies in no time at all! Snacks, Desserts, Fudge, Hard Candy Molds, Candy Molds, Candy Thermometer, Hard Candy, Candy Making, Sugar Candy

Under-filling the wells in the gem molds produces more realistic looking gems that are easier to remove once hardened. Soak the sauce pan, candy thermometer, spatula, and measuring cup with hot water as quickly as you can after you finish working to dissolve the remaining syrup. A single recipe makes about 6 dozen small candies of one color (fewer if you combine them to make "complete" jewels). Adapted from Martha Stewart.

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