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Halloween Lollipops

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Making Halloween lollipops is a fun way to gear up for the holiday, and when you're done, you'll have treats to hand out to the goblins at the door or as party favors. These sweet orange-flavored suckers are decorated with creepy candies. You can wrap them in cellophane and tie with black and orange ribbons, or press the sticks into a pumpkin for people to take themselves

Source: Martha Stewart Living, October 2000
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  • Since1982
    6 NOV, 2011
    Google: " Americolor Bright White Soft Gel Paste Food Coloring " to find white food coloring.
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  • pandaaze
    28 OCT, 2011
    I found they set better, were easier to pour perfect circles, and cooked faster if you eliminated the water. I found the black food coloring at my local grocery store easy, but I couldn't find the white anywhere. Make sure to let them fully harden overnight on a flat surface otherwise they will flop over as I learned the hard way. Just because they're cold and hard they're night necessarily ready to stand upright. I'd try putting them in the freezer next time to set up quicker.
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  • MsTee
    23 DEC, 2008
    I bet the black and white are made with candy melts found at cake decorating and bakery supply stores. You can flavor these also with peppermint and other oils.
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  • lisaogden
    21 NOV, 2008
    white food coloring black is all colors but what is white
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  • mammabug
    27 OCT, 2008
    how do you make black ones and white ones
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  • amandaanne16
    15 OCT, 2008
    flavored oli from the grocery store, you don't want to be eating esential oils
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  • amandaanne16
    15 OCT, 2008
    flavored oli from the grocery store, you don't want to be eating esential oils
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  • chuckanddee
    22 SEP, 2008
    i am going to make these for my first halloween party. these seem pretty easy to make and fast too
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  • oscrap
    8 SEP, 2008
    I would like to know if the orange oil is the same as the essential oils or is it a flavoring you get in the grocery store? thanks
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