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Homemade Gumdrops : These are adorable and pretty tasty. I should have put more fruit flavoring in them, but they were good regardless. And they made the Christmas plates we took to our friends quite cute.

I’ve always wondered what chemistry tastes like. Wait… is that a thing that people say? No. You’re right....

Im so doing this with the kids ! Rock Candy. 1 cup water, 2-3 cups sugar, tall narrow glass jar, clothes peg and a skewer, food colouring (optional). Heat water and dissolve sugar until no more will dissolve, roll skewer in extra sugar, let cool then put in water. 2-3 days and you will have rock candy.

Kid’s Kitchen: Homemade Rock Candy - nice for coffee or iced tea.. or hot chocolate... :)

Fleur de Sel Caramels (Caramel candy) (adapted from Barefoot Contessa cookbook) * Vegetable oil (I used Olive oil) * 1½ cups sugar * ¼ cup light corn syrup * 1 cup heavy cream * 5 tablespoons unsalted butter * 1 teaspoon fine fleur de sel (sea salt), plus extra for sprinkling * ½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract

Candy Flavored Vodka! Ever since I was presented with Skittles Vodka, my mind has been racing with thoughts of candy and vodka. How did I spent 4 years of college without knowing this genius combination? The two were major staples in my diet.

How to make Homemade Candy Lollipops - DIY Craft Project from Craftbits.com

Homemade Candy Apples~ These are so good. I add a little cherry and cinnamon flavoring at the end of cooking the sugar mixture.