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  • ...the mixture reaches "Firm-ball stage," or 248 °F (120 °C) on a candy thermometer. [[Category:Almond Recipes]]
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  • Contributed by [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/world_recipes/ World Recipes Y-Group] [[Category:Candy Recipes]]
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  • * 3 Almond Joy® candy bars ...lace a piece of candy in center of each crescent then fold crescent around candy being sure to cover all.
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  • This is a creamy coconut ice cream, with chocolate and nuts (like my favorite candy bar)! You can add more or less chocolate and almonds depending on your tast [[Category:Coconut milk Recipes]]
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  • Contributed by [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/world_recipes/ World Recipes Y-Group] [[Category:Candy Recipes]]
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  • [[Category:Candy Recipes]] [[Category:Almond Recipes]]
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  • | [[Cuisine of the United States|American recipes]] ...make. They can be sold at the market in small bars, such as the size of a candy bar. However, by following these commonly used steps you can create your ow
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  • ...ke home-made ''Marshmallows''. They can be used in [[:Category:Marshmallow Recipes|any recipe that calls for marshmallows]]. ...ved. Increase heat to moderate and boil mixture, without stirring, until a candy or digital thermometer registers 240 degrees, about 12 minutes. Remove pan
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  • {{recipesummary|Turkish recipes|8 pieces|30 minutes + cooling|2|Image=[[Image:Turkish Delight.JPG|350px|A s ...eaten in small cubes that are dusted with sugar to prevent sticking. Some recipes include small nut pieces, usually pistachio, hazelnut or walnuts.
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  • * Makes 3 pounds of candy. ...cooking the mixture until it reaches the hard crack stage (300°F) on the candy thermometer, stirring occasionally.
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  • ...2em; font-size: 105%;">'''[[:Category:Angelica Recipes|Browse All Angelica Recipes]]''' </p></div> The most common usage of Angelica is to candy the stems:
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  • * sour apple hard candy # Drop a sour apple candy in each glass and garnish with a curl of apple peel==References==
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  • * 50 g each Raisins, [[Peanut]]s, Red [[jujubes (candy)|jujubes]] [[Category:Dessert Recipes]]
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  • Contributed by [http://Groups.Yahoo.Com/Group/World_Recipes/ World Recipes Y-Group] # Note: these can be made into candy Easter [[egg]] centers or just used as a regular creamy center for making b
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  • 6 (2.1 oz ea) BABY RUTH Candy Bars, chopped [[Category:Dessert Recipes]]
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  • 4 Baby Ruth candy bars (2.1 oz. bars) Chop the candy bars into 1/4-inch chunks. Make the brownies according
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  • This is a coconut candy. Maanasa Rocks!!!! Everyone knows that too. [[Category:Candy Recipes]]
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  • * Candy thermometer ...rge pot. Stir well and boil until the mixture reaches 220°F (100°C) on a candy thermometer (soft ball). Remove it from heat, skim the top, and let cool. R
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  • {{recipesummary|Pie recipes|6 to 8 servings|2 hours|1}} | [[Holiday Recipes|Holiday Recipes]]
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  • Pour milk into a large saucepan; cook over medium heat until candy * [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/world_recipes/ World Recipes Y-Group]
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  • [[Benne seeds]] (sesame seeds) cannot be procured in many places, but the candy made with it is delicious and very characteristic of Charleston. [[Category:Holiday Recipes]]
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  • Recipe by [[:category:notZaar's Recipes|notZaar]] Wikified by [[User:Drimble Wedge|Drimble Wedge]] ...:Cake]][[Category:Cheese Recipes]][[Category:Chocolate]][[Category:Dessert Recipes]]
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  • ...tilSugar is Dissolved. Boil Until Syrup Reaches Soft BallStage, 234~, on a Candy Thermometer. Beat [[egg]]s With SaltUntil Frothy. Add 1/3 of Boiling Syrup ...oup" http://Groups.Yahoo.Com/Group/World_Recipes</ref>[[Category:Chocolate Recipes]]
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  • ..., until the syrup reaches the soft-ball stage (250&nbsp;°F degrees), on a candy thermometer, about 15 minutes. [[Category:Vegetarian Recipes]]
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  • * a bowl of sugar and [[Hershey brand milk chocolate candy kisses|Hershey's kisses]] [[Category:Peanut butter cookie Recipes]]
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  • | Category = Dessert recipes '''Brigadeiro''' is a simple Brazilian chocolate fudge candy created in the 1920s. It is named after Brazilian airman Brigadeiro Eduard
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  • 1 c. M&M candy ...ter cups and marshmallows evenly on top. Return to oven for 5 minutes. Add candy pieces and nuts.
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  • ...user:Drimble Wedge|Drimble Wedge]][[Category:Chocolate]][[Category:Dessert Recipes]] ...like peppermint candy (swap the vanilla for peppermint oil and crush some candy on top).
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  • [[category:pr0k's Recipes]][[category:Chicken]][[category:American]][[category:Appetizer]] *2. a candy thermometer OR
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  • Butterfinger Candy Cookies ...ar]] Together. Beat in [[egg]] And [[vanilla]].Stir in Dry Ingredients And Candy Pieces. Chill DoughFor 1/2 to 1 Hour.
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  • and eggs; beat for 2 minutes. Fold in candy bars. Spoon over baked [[Category:Dessert Recipes]]
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  • BUTTERSCOTCH CANDY * [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/world_recipes/ World Recipes Y-Group]
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  • * 12 oz pkg candy-coated [[chocolate]] covered [[peanut]]s like m&m's Recipe from [http://www.sneakykitchen.com/Recipes/buzzards_nests.htm the sneaky kitchen].
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  • CRUNCHIE MUNCHIES (CANDY) ...t butter. Add peanuts, Rice Krispies, and vanilla. Mix and drop into paper candy cups. The mixture will be soft at first, but
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  • ...opping of whipped cream. Put a square of plain, dark, milk-sweet chocolate candy bar in the bottom of each cappuccino mug. Add 1 to 2 T. of brandy, coffee, Source: My Old Recipes
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  • Recipe by: [[:Category:PezMaster's recipes|PezMaster]] Uploaded by [[:user:Drimble Wedge|Drimble Wedge]] [[category:Candy]][[Category:Easy]][[Category:Holiday]]
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  • ...sugar|sugar]] is Dissolved. Continue Cooking, Without Stirring, to 238 on Candy Thermometer. Remove From Heat. Quickly Stir in [[vanilla extract|vanilla fl [[Category:Bread Recipes]]
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  • Candy-Covered Berries * [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/world_recipes/ World Recipes Y-Group]
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  • * candy corn or assorted small candies # For each hat, invert one ice cream cone and fill with about 2 tablespoons candy corn or small candies.
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  • Candy Bar Fudge * [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/world_recipes/ World Recipes Y-Group]
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  • CANDY BAR PUDDING * [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/world_recipes/ World Recipes Y-Group]
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  • # Bend 1 end to form candy cane shape. # Place candy canes several inches apart on cookie sheet.
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  • ...y twist some of the red and white ropes of dough together and shape into a candy cane. # Spread candy canes out on cookie sheets and bake on the top shelf of the oven for about
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  • * 1 1/2 cups crushed candy canes ...are completely melted, stir in the peppermint extract, food coloring, and candy canes.
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  • CANDY LAND CAKE * [http://groups.yahoo.com/group/world_recipes/ World Recipes Y-Group]
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  • [[Category:Candy Recipes]] [[Category:Gelatin dessert mix Recipes]]
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  • Candy roll-ups in the shape of sushi. Makes 48 'sushi' rolls. [[Category:Candy Recipes]]
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  • ...nate to the temperature so if you understand the stages, you do not need a candy thermometer. ...b or contaminate the pot or it may spontaneously crystallize into crunchy "candy" and you will have to stir in water and redo this step. The thermal reacti
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  • ...2em; font-size: 105%;">'''[[:Category:Caramels Recipes|Browse All Caramels Recipes]]'''</p></div> ...vour, derived from the caramelization of sugar. Caramel is used to flavour candy, as well as soft drinks such as Coca-Cola. It is also commonly used as a fo
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  • About -1/2 pounds candy. [[Category:Holiday Recipes]]
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