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  • Sam Carter

    Reshaping Candy Canes ~ line a baking sheet with parchment paper, place candy canes on top, and put it in a low oven (she did 300 degrees for about 6-7 minutes). Pull it out, and the candycane should be easy to reshape. If it cools before you are done, put it back in and heat it up again Such a Cool Idea!

  • Donna ♥

    Soften candy canes in oven, then reshape ~ line a baking sheet with parchment paper or silplat, place candy canes on top, and put it in a low oven 300 degrees for 6-7 minutes). the candycane should be easy to reshape. If it cools before you are done, heat it up again. break up some pieces prior to baking b/c when it's hot, it stretches, (like with the A). Press together, it should cool as one piece.

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