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Cotton Candy is not just for carnivals anymore. In fact, turns out, it's becoming downright fashionable. According to this Boston Globe article , this early 20th century treat is getting a gourmet spin (spin, get it? spin?)
Salty and sweet. Crunchy and melt-in-your-mouth. Peanut butter and chocolate.
Tools needed Some way to melt chocolate, in two different containers. I use bowls in the microwave because I'm paranoid about water getting in there. 2 Spoons 1 or 2 Spatulas Wax or parchment paper Cookie sheet - must have sides, unless you're brave like my mother. Latex Gloves [optional] Willpower to keep yourself out of the chocolate, some sort of weapon to keep others out of it. Ingredients 2 cups milk or dark chocolate 2 cups white chocolate 1 cup peanut butter
Coconut Ice candy is so cool..not literally cool, it’s not actually ice. It’s a chewy little morsel of sweet goodness. It was quite popular at my sisters beautiful baby shower that I threw for her. in case you missed the awesomeness, you can view it here . One word of advice…DO NOT, I repeat DO NOT use regular sweetened flake coconut. It will be WAYYYYY too sweet.
That's right. I went there. I told myself I was going to give up on the idea of putting popcorn in a dessert, after several failed attempts and so many other popcorn dessert recipes floating around the internet. But here's what happened; I was making regular old vanilla fudge for A 's birthday and I got bored. He didn't want cake.
If you're like most people, you probably started off the year with a whole list of resolutions: more sleep! Less coffee! More exercise! Less television! More vegetables! Less sugar!
Welcome to our Sweat Sweet Shoppe! If you are alarmed by red dye, excessive amounts of sugar and under age workers turn away now! If not, stick around and see how we made loads of homemade taffy! Here’s our recipe Homemade Taffy 2 1/2 cups white sugar