With it being National Hard Candy Day I was looking for a recipe for you to try out and I came across these 10 recipes all in one place so I just had to share them with you because I am sure there is one or more that you will love to try out on the food day or maybe nearer the festive season
Really impressive hard candy recipes all with a different flavour
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Here below is an excerpt from the website and some pictures of the recipes also there are 5 others to get all the recipes please use the link at the bottom of the page
It might surprise you to learn that the Hard candy recipe can be traced all the way back to Ancient Egypt! But you don’t have to be Egyptian to celebrate “National Hard Candy Day” all you have to do is try and make one of these very festive recipes…
Christmas Rock Hard Candy
Old Fashioned Peppermint Hard Candy
Super Hot Cinnamon Hard Candy
Butterscotch Hard Candy
Seedless Watermelon Hard Candy
There are 5 other candy recipes being …Lemon Drop Hard Candy,Maple Hard Candy,Salted Caramel Hard Candy,Apple Drop Hard Candy and Maple & Tabasco Hard Candy
To get the full recipes for each of these hard candies please use the link below
National Hard Candy Day
Celebrate National Hard Candy Day! Who doesn’t love a piece of hard candy now and again? Its sweet, sugary taste literally causes your mouth to water. Today is a celebration of all types of hard candies—everything from lollipops to candy canes to caramels. It’s no wonder that hard candy has remained so popular all these years!
Hard candy can be traced back to Ancient Egypt, Arabia, and China. Archaeologists in all of these regions have found traces of “candied” fruits and nuts that had been dipped in honey, which is a preservative. There is also evidence that people stuck sticks into their candy treats to keep their hands from getting sticky as they ate them, just like our modern lollipops!
Did you know that the world’s largest lollipop weighs 6,514 pounds? Ashrita Furman and members of the Sri Chinmoy Centre made it in August of 2009 to break the Guinness World Record. To celebrate National Hard Candy Day, enjoy a piece (or two) of your favorite hard candies!
Article Source :https://www.punchbowl.com/holidays/national-hard-candy-day