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IngredientsA big bag of Jolly Ranchers. Usually a $3 bag will do.
Candy molds (optional)
1/4 cup water
- Grind up the Jolly Ranchers in a coffee grinder. Use all the same colors if you want to have a specific color. If not, throw them all in!
- Put ground Jolly Ranchers and water into a pot on a stove and bring the temperature to 300 degrees exactly using candy thermometer
- Once 300 degrees is reached, take off heat and add as much tincture as you want
- Pour the contents into candy molds, or onto a cookie sheet covered in non stick foil, and let harden
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