Make the candy in a baking pan to break in irregular pieces, similar to pretty stained glass windows. To suit the season-- Christmas, Thanksgiving, St. Patrick's Day, or Valentine's Day--make this candy recipe in molds in a variety of colors and shapes.
2 cupssugarsee savings
1 cuplight corn syrupsee savings
1/2 cupwatersee savings
1/4 teaspoondesired food coloringsee savings
Few dropsoil of cinnamon, oil of peppermint, or oil of wintergreensee savings
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