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Soften both gelatins in 1/2 cup of soda. Bring remaining 3 1/2 cups of soda to a boil; dissolve gelatin mixture. Add flavoring. Pour into 9 x 12 inch ...
Mix above and cook to 250 degrees. Stir constantly. Take away from heat and add 1 teaspoon Anise oil and black food coloring. Stir. Pour in well ...
Mix together in heavy saucepan. Cook to 234 degrees, stirring constantly. Test a small amount in cold water to determine hardness desired. Remove ...
Boil to 280 degrees. Add anise flavoring and black food coloring. Stir, pour into greased pan. Cool and cut with scissors.
Cream butter and sugars. Add egg. Blend in remaining ingredients. Bake on ungreased pan at 375°F for 9-12 minutes.
Butter sides and bottom of 1 quart saucepan. Combine sugar, syrup, and water. Boil, stirring constantly. Bring to a hard crack stage, 300 to 310 ...
A mild, unbelievably delicious licorice flavor! You'll find ... flaps underneath. The caramels will pack neatly and stay tightly wrapped. Makes 64 pieces.
Soften gelatin in 1/2 cup of cherry soda. Bring rest to a boil and dissolve gelatin. Add flavoring and pour into 9x13 pan. Refrigerate.
Use the licorice as the necklace ... around your child's neck and he or she can eat parts of it whenever hungry. This is a good birthday party activity.
A scarier take ... small pieces of licorice for legs and ... Fiber 0g; Protein 1g; Vitamin A 4%DV*; Vitamin C 20%DV; Calcium 0%DV; Iron 15%DV *Daily Value
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