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Stained Glass Candy recipe

For multiple flavors and colors, dividecandy mixture after cooking; flavor and color each as desired.

Recipe: Stained Glass Candy

4 cups granulated sugar1 3/4 cup light corn syrup1 cup water1 tablespoon desired flavored extractor 1 teaspoon flavoring oilFood color, as desired

  • Line a 15 x 11-inch baking pan with foiland lightly grease or sprinkle evenly with a light coating ofpowdered sugar. Set aside.
  • In a medium pan combine sugar and cornsyrup with water and cook over medium heat. Stir to dissolvesugar. Increase heat and bring to a boil.
  • With a brush dipped in water, wash downany crystals that form on the sides of the pan. Boil rapidlyuntil candy thermometer registers 300°F (150°C), hard-crackstage.
  • Immediately remove from heat and stirin flavor extract and food color.
  • Pour into prepared pan. Let cool completely.
  • When hard, remove from pan. Break intopieces with kitchen mallet.

    Makes 2 1/2 pounds candy.

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    2 Comments

    Simply

    An easy recipe for hard candy. The hardest part is waiting for the sugar to reach the proper temperature. Be patient and use a candy thermometer for perfect candy. This recipe can easily be adjusted by using different flavored extracts and food colorings.

    Cooking

    This is an old recipe from my childhood. Many people have memories of cutting this candy with their mother s and grandmothers. I have passed it on and am now posting here for all to share in this classic Christmas tradition!


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