FUN!!!! I love rock candy and I've heard people talk about making it, but I've never actually done it. My Little Man would absolutely eat this up (pun intended)!
Learn how to make fail-proof mini caramel apples. Easy recipe and caramel won't slide off! So fun and delicious.
Found this recipe while digging through my moms - I think I made these in 7th grade Home-Ec class (thats when they still taught it in middle school). Anyway, these are delicious and easy for kids to make, with a little help.
So last winter, my son, like many chose to make rock candy for his science experiment for the science fair. We had so much fun! In a weird chain of events, I decided to use Kool-aid to flavor and color the rock candy.
Finally, a shortcut recipe that really works! I needed this candy glass for a "Frozen" birthday cake for my granddaughter…this did the trick!
Apr 27, 2011 · "Homemade Candy" is a collection of irresistible candy recipes you can make yourself! From chewy caramels to crunchy toffees and sweet marshmallows...
Rock candy is always a fun favorite of children, and it's a fantastic way to disguise a Summer science lesson as a sugary treat! All it takes is a few simple tools, lots of sugar and even more patience!
Two Halloween must-haves -- candy corn and cereal treats -- make one festive sweet. The trick? Spike the orange and yellow layers with citrus zest to add bright, unexpected flavor.
I'm here! And I come bearing twinkly black cake–Glam Rock Layer Cake, to be exact. A sweet celebration of contrast and colour! As you probably remember, I spend most of my days now in the shop packing orders and making sprinkle medleys, which means that my day is literally filled with every ...
Christmas Coal Candy (Carbon Dulce) Recipe adapted from Fragante Delicia, with my commentary [click for printable version] Step 1: 1 egg white
Bring milk and sugar to boil. Cook until syrup forms a soft ball (238°F on a candy thermometer) in cold water in saucer. Remove from heat. Add vanilla and peanut butter.
Have you every wondered how to make rock candy? It's easy to grow your own rock candy! Rock candy is formed from sugar crystals that look like rock crystals and you can eat them. yum yum.
Who knew that making such beautiful, tasty, sugary Rock Candy at home would be so easy and FUN! It also doubles as a bit of a Science Experiment too!
These homemade candy bars, filled with a soft and chewy coconut filling and crunchy toasted almonds, are a delight. You might even say they are a joy. An almond
Candy Cup Caps. Can you guess what I'm going to make with all this stuff? Little bitty candy cup graduation caps. That's what. I don't even know anyone that's graduating this year.
Note: You can easily double and triple the above recipe. We wanted to make a whole rainbow of rock candy colors, so we ended up using 10 cups of water and close to 30 cups of sugar.
Rock candy or sugar candy (in British English), also called rock sugar, is a type of confection composed of relatively large sugar crystals.This candy is formed by allowing a supersaturated solution of sugar and water to crystallize onto a surface suitable for crystal nucleation, such as a string, stick, or plain granulated sugar.
Nibble away on sweet cookies that make you think you're eating candy.
Water is saturated with sugar and poured into a clean jar. Then a bamboo skewer is inserted and, very slowly, sugar crystals grow on the skewer!
Spicy, cinnamon flavored hard candy. Wrap pieces of it in decorative bags for perfect stocking stuffers. You can vary the flavor by substituting lemon, orange, anise, or other oils.
With a little kitchen chemistry, it's easy for you and your kids to grow a rainbow of homemade rock candy crystals.
"Good 'old-fasioned' hard candy. Prep/cook time is and est. - it can vary with the day due to weather." I made butter rum/caramel hard rock candy at Christmas but I'm out of that flavoring. I found this recipe and thought it might be sort of similar. I'm not even a Worthers Original fan but this ...
Twix Cake (makes two small cakes, serves 8-10, salted caramel recipe adapted from David Lebovitz's recipe, cake adapted from my regular yellow cake recipe) For the cake: 90g (about 3/4 cup) plain flour (all-purpose)
Here are some common questions/difficulties people have had with this recipe, and my suggestions for how to prevent them. The Candy Turns Out Green: This is the #1 problem people have with this recipe.