I would liek to try my hand at swirl pops.
Is there a way to keep some of the candy warm while I colour and pull the rest???
I want themt to be blue and white.
Also can I all brite white to the candy to make it really white?
No one has an answer?????
I think you need to explain what a "swirl" pop is? Is it a cake pop? or an actual candy lollipop? I would love to be able to answer your question, but I'm a little confused.
Ya, I'm not sure what a swirl pop is either... but I'm very curious!
you know the big lollipops? the round flat ones?
I would love to know how to make those too Sweetheart! Did you ever figure it out??
This isn't a pulled sugar recipe. More of a fun kid friendly recipe.
i will actually be trying them this week, But i did find an artical (dont remember where) that says you can keep the candy warm in a low temp oven.
I will post pictures when i do it.
VentureSister- I actually need it to be sugar lol, but i do have that recipe lol
You can use your oven or a heat lamp.
Here are some pictures of heat lamps. They don't have to be fancy or expensive. You don't want to keep the sugar right under or too close to the lamp though because it will just melt the sugar.