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Kids and I made this yesterday. Problem I ran into was that I didn't grease the area I poured the candy onto!!! I had to soak the pan in hot water for several hours to get the batch out of it!! Next batch turned out great. I made aluminum foil trays and sprayed them with cooking spray lightly. peeled right off!!

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Ravyn_Silverwing December 18, 2007

hey you can add a box of jello as your flavoring and 1/4 a cup of butter makes it better

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Bambi t. June 01, 2015

I followed the directions on my first batch and ended up with a lot of candy stuck in the pot still. The second batch I didn't let sit. I poured the candy straight into a cookie sheet and it worked much better. Candy has great flavor :)

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fowler32 December 19, 2010

My friends and I made 6 batches. Instead of pouring onto something greased I put powdered sugar on a baking sheet. You just make long lines in the sugar and pour in the candy. Once it has started to harden enough to handle you can cut it with kitchen scissors. It also helps with the candies not sticking together.

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Stephy C August 05, 2009

This stuff is great! And so easy to make! (thanks for making me some) :)

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*~Christine~* December 22, 2004
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