Saturday, 27 April 2013

Peppermint Lollipops Recipe

Peppermint Lollipops Recipe
These lollipops can be made with any form standard. Gingerbread men, snowmen, Xmas plants and reindeer -- there are limitless design and shade let your creativity flow! —Taste of Home Analyze Kitchen, Greendale, Wisconsin


    1-1/2 glasses sugar
    3/4 cup water
    2/3 cup light maize syrup
    1/2 tsp. lotion of tartar
    1/2 tsp. pepper mint oil
    Red and/or natural insert food coloring
    10 lollipop sticks
    Mashed pepper mint sweet, optional


    Butter 10 various steel biscuit blades and place on a parchment paper-lined cooking sheet; set aside. In a large heavy pot, merge the glucose, the water, maize syrup and lotion of tartar. Prepare and mix over method warm until glucose is demolished. Bring to a steam. Prepare, without mixing, until a sweets heat range gauge flows 300° (hard-crack stage).
    Eliminate from the warm. Stir in oil, keeping face away from combination as smell is very strong. For each color of sweets whirls, add 1/4 cup glucose combination into a ramekin or custard cup; shade red or natural.
    Instantly add staying glucose combination into prepared biscuit blades. Drop with shaded mixes as desired; cut through with a toothpick to swirl. Eliminate blades just before lollipops are set; strongly press a lollipop stick into each. Spread pepper mint sweets over covers if preferred. Yield: 10 lollipops.

    Editor's Note: This formula was examined with LorAnn pepper mint oil. It can be found at sweets and dessert designing supply stores or at
    We suggest that you analyze your sweets heat range gauge before each use by providing the water to a boil; the heat range gauge should read 212°. Modify your formula heat range up or down based on your analyze.

Nutritional Information 1 providing (1 each) is equal to 179 calorie consumption, 0 fat (0 soaked fat), 0 cholestrerol levels, 27 mg salt, 47 g carbs, 0 roughaege, 0 protenes

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