Lollipops

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Jolly Lollies
Liz Gutman and Jen King use natural flavorings like tea, honey, fruit, and herbs in their sweet licks, but you can make more traditional pops with purchased food coloring and flavors. As with all the recipes here, making these requires caution; the hot sugar syrup can cause severe burns. Candy should be made on a cool, dry day or in an air-conditioned kitchen. It's also a good idea to invest in a candy thermometer that clips onto the pot, so you don't have to hold it; look for one at Amazon.com.

Get the recipe: DIY Lollies

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