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Post by amybyrd21 on Tue Dec 15, 2009 9:26 am

Broken Glass Candy

Before we begin - while you are actually "cooking the brew", all kids
should NOT Be in the kitchen -- since the mixture gets quite hot Smile
The fun part comes at the end when the kids get to "break the glass" Smile

Here are the ingredients and utensils you will need:

Utensils:
Candy Thermometer
Good Strong Cookie sheets (with lip) for each flavor
A small hammer (one you use to hammer in nails --try to clean it - or
put aluminum foil over its head!

For each flavor:
4 cups of sugar
1 1/2 cups of Light Karo Syrup
2 cups of cold water
Flavoring Oils (bought at a candy confection store)
Food coloring
Color chart
- cinnamon = red food coloring
- clove flavor = blue
- Anise flavor = purple
- peppermint = yellow
- wintergreen = green
- grape flavor = purple and another color Smile))

some confectioner' s sugar

Here's how you do it:
Add water, syrup and sugar to a pot - boil to 300 degrees using a
candy thermometer. Add coloring and 1 teaspoon of the flavoring oil

Then --
Pour into lightly buttered pans. (you may want to use wooden trivets
to protect your table) Let cool completely (it will look like a sheet of glass -blue, green, etc.)

When it is completely cooled let the kids come in!!!!! Have them
'smash and crash the candy -- (it will look just like broken glass)

In a plastic bag -- put some confectioner' s sugar; throw in your
candies -- shake the bag (like shake and bake). Put in cute jars and
give as candy Christmas presents.

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