Thanks for the kind words! I don’t see cream in either of these recipes; is there a different one you’re referring to? Honey truffles are beautiful chocolate-dipped beehive-shaped truffles made out of honey-chocolate ganache, with a liquid honey filling on the inside. Oh my gosh these are going to make GREAT Yule time gifts. Besides a really good looking recipe, I just love hearing stories about how diet triumphs over medical problems. I hope you enjoy the candy! Youll see that once it starts to really boil, it becomes very foamy and climbs up the sides of the pot. Big hit with my kids’ SCD friend … and all his friends. Pin Recipe Leave a Rating. I’m wondering if these honey recipes can also be made in a microwave or do they need to be boiled on a stovetop ? If the mixture has not reached the correct stage, continue cooking and retesting, using fresh water and a clean spoon each time.”, “Hard-crack stage (295 to 310 degrees F): When dropped into the cold water, the candy separates into hard, brittle threads that snap easily.”, […] I finally got the Honey & Vinegar Candy recipe […]. Looking forward to reading more of your blog. The Honey Vinegar didn’t go over nearly as well as the other two; it has an almost overwhelmingly strong honey taste. The only thing I had trouble with was getting the candy to come out of my cookie sheet. Cold, dried honey candy is quite painful to clean from a pan! I’m glad you enjoyed them! Cook over medium-low heat, uncovered, until honey begins to boil (about 8 minutes). Prep Time: 10 minutes. Dip the tip of it in a small pot of boiling water (you can do this while cooking pasta too, as a time saver) and let it stay for a few minutes without touching the sides or bottom. :). Hi Thanks for sharring!! :) Before that, it was readily available at our local farmer’s market. As a few troubleshooting ideas: Did you calibrate your thermometer to make sure it’s accurate? I made the honey nut butter ones and tell you what i’m in love!!! Have you ever made honey cough drops with essential oils? I just made both of these recipes today, as well as the Honey Lemon Sore Throat Drops! About a year ago I bought a thermometer to make hard candy… It may be that you are in Denver. We are so lucky to have a grandparent next door that raises bees and keeps us supplied! are voided when it is brought to high temperature. I think it sounds great and it’s something I’d like to try sometime myself! After numerous trips to the doctor and an arsenal of drugs (just so he could play football) we finally eliminated all chemicals from his diet. I’m not sure if any of these apply or not, but perhaps one of the ideas will help. 2 cups melted honey 1 cup cream 1 cup sugar butter (or butter-flavored cooking spray) Wow! This Cowboy Candy (also known as Candied Jalapenos) is the perfect mix of sweet and heat! But, true, I canât say itâs precisely 10 degrees off, just because of the boiling water test. It should read 212 degrees F (at sea level). Boil until amber colored and the sugar looks like caramel. :). GOING TO TRY THEM, THANK YOU FOR SHARING! This first easy honey candy recipe is inspired by “Glass Candy” from the cookbook Grain Free Gourmet by Jodi Bager and Jenny Lass. Honey Bee Candy Board Recipe The below are two pictures (one of each side) of a previously used candy board. Hi Sally K! One thing that no one ever seems to mention when it comes to making (well, eating!) I’ll put seeds on half of the candy… he will be happy. Yum! You might recognize it as a variation from my Two Easy Honey Candy Recipes post which was inspired by âGlass Candyâ from the cookbook Grain Free Gourmet by Jodi Bager and […]. Given that, it is entirely possible that the temperature needed to make candy may vary with elevation. And the temperature of the mixture rises to the new boiling point. Sprinkle with nutmeg or cinnamon if desired. That is true if you are only viewing in terms of the enzymes & nutrients available in raw foods. Thank you SO much for this recipe!! Oh, and I can’t wait to try these 2 recipes. I’m always looking for ways to use some of my infused vinegars, such as Blackberry Vinegar, and this easy honey candy recipe fits the bill perfectly! DIY body care recipes, plus flower & herb projects sent straight to your inbox For the batch pictured above, I used blueberry infused vinegar (made exactly like the blackberry version. The Honey Vinegar was one of the first honey candies I made, when we started the diet and I was still hesitant to use nuts and dairy after being off of them (for allergies) for so long. No surprise as they are such a HUGE hit on FB and Pintrest! I can’t wait to try it! We had some fabulous entries this week! Hi Melody, You’re quite welcome! See the toffees on website https://aromahoneytoffee.wordpress.com. Hi Corrine! you could try lightly oiling your parchment paper first with something like coconut oil or butter; (2.) 5 minute Microwave Hard Candy Honey Drops Recipe. I love their cookbooks and highly recommend anyone that wants to cook grain-free and refined-sugar-free own a copy of both! Here are two of his favorites: Honey & Vinegar Candy and Honey Nut Butter Candy; both are fairly easy to whip up when the urge for a sweet treat arises. I’d love to hear about it! I have been looking for some easy homemade candy recipes! In a large heavy saucepan, combine the cream, honey, sugar and remaining butter. In a large deep heavy saucepan, combine cream and honey. I sure haven’t, since I shy away from using essential oils internally, but I think you’re right about the high heat possibly being a problem for some candy types. I hope you have success with your candy! I have tweeted and pinned your entry to our Gluten Free Fridays board on Pinterest! Honey can scorch and burn if heated too high – be sure to stay nearby and keep checking the temperature with your candy thermometer. These candies are designed to be stored in the freezer (in single layers, between parchment paper) until right before ready to eat. It’s one of those things that is enjoyed best right out of the freezer. I don’t make my own nut butter (yet! just discovered u online recently and so glad i did. Your post was featured on Natural Living Monday. So, definitely, if anyone is having candy-making troubles it is good to remember that thermometer calibration is not as simplistic as it sounds and that other factors could be involved. The login page will open in a new tab. A grain free diet was a miracle worker for my son – I still like to make us a lot of the foods, even though he’s healed enough to eat most anything now (except gluten – but that’s genetic and won’t change.) I found you on the GF Friday link up. […]. ANY thoughts?? I noticed that the Honey Nut Butter recipe says to keep in the fridge. Thanks for the feedback Karen – I’m glad you like the recipes! Honey & Vinegar Candy 1 cup honey 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar (or fruit infused vinegar) (optional) 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract In a medium-sized pot, combine cream and honey. WOW, this looks awesome! next time post a pic of your gorgeous candy if you can. Whisk sugar, corn syrup, honey, and water together in a saucepan with a candy thermometer attached. After I bought a new thermometer, the candy turned out beautifully, both with the almond or cashew butter and cider vinegar too. Home » Recipes » Desserts » 5 minute Microwave Hard Candy Honey Drops Recipe. Some honey candies turn out softer, or will be more pliable at room temperature, and for those you can take kitchen shears and cut strips, then squares, then move them to the freezer if you want them crunchy. Cindy Its tastes very good and was easy and quick! If you hold it for too long, you get quite sticky fingers! Thank you so much for the recipes!! Cook, stirring constantly, until a candy thermometer reads 255° (hard-ball stage). If you want to get the most out of your honey, try using it in one of these candies, like honey truffles, honey-roasted peanuts, or honey toffee. Some of my family members have problems with the “sugar blues”. I stand 100% behind the diet because it worked when nothing else would. You'll never be satisfied with airplane peanuts again! A great thing I like about candies with honey (a monosaccharide) is that they’re more easily absorbed and used by the body where table sugar (a disaccharide) must be broken down before use. I’ve not had that problem yet, but a few ideas – (1.) Do you have a name brand or link for these? You can put the sucker sticks in now or after you pour. Looks so good!! :), Thanks for these recipes,I make rice crispie treats (original scotcheroos) using honey instead of corn syrup (allergies) http://vegetarianmamma.com/glutenfreefridays-recipe-party-6/. I need to make this! They sound yummy! Store in freezer. Continue cooking until a candy thermometer registers 280°, about 10 … Using boiling water to test calibration of a candy thermometer is not entirely accurate. I included this recipe in my blog (scroll down to where it says the contents, I linked the honey candy recipe straight to this blog), I forgot the link – here it is http://momsandcrafters.blogspot.com/2014/03/my-winnie-pooh-pooh-rim.html. I love these! :), […] Two Easy Honey Candy Recipes by The Nerdy Farm Wife (this one was also my favorite of the week.Â […]. Hi Deborah, I’m sorry that happened! This is more noticeable with the Honey & Vinegar Candy than the Honey Nut Butter Candy, but because of this reason, I recommend these for older children and even then, be sure to break into small serving sizes. Hi Nicole! the proper way to calibrate a thermometer is to create a slurry of crushed ice and water. I’ve made SCD toffee before but never used vinegar! I like to replace corn syrup in all recipes with honey too – it works really well. Honey candy can be tricky sometimes – it goes from perfect to too hot in a very short time frame. Honeycomb candy is an easy-to-make candy that has an interesting texture caused by carbon dioxide bubbles getting trapped within the candy. Just wondering if you know how to make a health food store candy mint made with just honey, chocolate and mint. Aw my dad sometimes brings home lebanese candy with sesame seeds!! Hi Brenda! Uncover; cook, without stirring, until a candy thermometer reads 290° (soft-crack stage). I’m picking this post for my featured pic in tomorrow’s Barn Hop. It looks delish! I hope you will link this post up with my Farm Girl Friday Blog Fest. It’s a little gourmetish – as in calling for some expensive ingredients not easily found in my small town, but I’ve still found quite a few food inspirations in the book. ;) This is perfect! :). Remove from heat, add vanilla and nut butter. Let bubble until … If your candy thermometer is off with boiling test it may not be out of calibration. Thank you for this recipe! Cook over high heat and stir with a wooden spoon until the mixture comes to a … :), […] Honey Nut Butter Candy/Honey & Vinegar Candy […], […] « Two Easy Honey Candy Recipes Violet Leaf & Honey Cough Syrup » […], love the honey recipies. Hi Lindsey! make sure your parchment paper is high grade so heavy duty; (3.) (For more information on this, check out. Sounds very yummy I will have to try this for my grand kids, Thanks for sharing. Hi Lisa, I’ll go check it out now – thanks! keep in touch! :) Hope you can join us! BTW- u are no nerd – you are just brilliant! Read the […]. That’s a great hobby for a 14 year old! Yes, local honey is great! :) Thank you so much for your reply! Disaccharides can feed bad bacteria. The jury is still out on Citrus for me (I’ll try reintroducing in the future when my symptoms abate) but I can definitely tolerate coconut oil. How to Use Honey Candied Ginger. Finally, you can try cooking just honey until it reaches 290 to 300 degrees (remove from heat if it starts smelling scorched.) They have a follow up cookbook to the one I listed, plus another one that I like is “Eat Well Fell Well” by Kendall Conrad. Looks like you got nice even pieces…, Hi Steve! Or should I come up with a different gift? I don’t eat much sugar of any kind, but I think I will give the nut butter version a try for an occasional treat. Thanks for sharing on Natural Living Monday. If it is soft, it sounds like the honey didn't reach the optimal temperature. It is designed to be informative and fun, but also to remind readers … I actually got the idea to use my infused vinegars from a candy recipe I saw that had balsamic vinegar in it. Place pan over medium heat until mixture starts to boil. I also add a third tea spoon of cassava flour to my honey toffee mixture to stabilise the toffees. (I might be wrong though, that’s just a hunch!). The purpose of heating candy to a specific temperature is to achieve a certain specific gravity of the mixture. Do you think it would hold up not being refrigerated? Then you can take a long strip and snap off smaller squares from it. In any case, I’ll definitely be making the Honey Nut Butter and Honey Lemon recipes again, if not the Honey Vinegar. I hope you enjoy the recipe! Thanks Ray for that information! Especially if you have allergies, respiratory or gut issues. I’m not sure if it’s supposed to or if I managed to mess it up somehow. This sounds wonderful! Adjust the heat lower if needed and let boil until honey reaches 300 degrees F (hard crack stage.). I SWEAR you used to have a recipe on here for the hard candy for winter feeding bees. Thanks for that perspective and Iâll edit the post to note it in the section on calibrating thermometers! The nut butter ones might go a few hours, but you’d need to freeze them fairly soon to keep them from melting together. Monosaccharides donât hang around for the bad guys to feast on. The diet worked wonders and he is now a healthy child with no more stomach aches or for that matter, asthma. 2) i didn’t have a candy thermo so maybe not hot enough?? :) See you next Friday! She lives in the Blue Ridge Mountains with her family and a menagerie of animals, where she enjoys brainstorming creative things to make with the flowers and weeds that grow around her. -Dana I want to!) I have a new local supply of fresh honey so the cold weather is a great time to make this again. And like all well tempered chocolates, this homemade chocolate will harden in less than 3 minutes (thin layer) , has a sharp snap and beautiful sheen, and is solid at room temperature! It is a chewy, sweet confection studded with three kinds of crunchy nuts and delicately scented with extracts and orange blossom water. I’ve been doing SCD for a few months & really needed something “legal” to suck on while having a cold! Today we show how to make beautiful honey candy with just one ingredient! :) Thanks for the recipe though! enzymes destroyed. Sounds like it’d be much handier than fooling with boiling water! As a mixture becomes more concentrated and has less water in it the boiling point of the mixture becomes higher. Remove from heat, add vanilla, if desired. Just found your recipes, they look delish. candy made on a somewhat humid day is often too sticky; (4.) Be sure to store your candy in single layers between parchment paper in the freezer (or fridge for a softer texture. :). Pour over cooked yams or sweet potatoes and bake at 400°F until tender and edges begin to brown. I’ve recently been altering some settings with my images (I was having lots of problems with hotlinking and that was pulling too many resources from what my web hosting plan allows) Could you not see the image that I uploaded on the GF Friday link? -Dana, Hi Dana! (This was on the advice of his pediatrician who placed him on the Specific Carbohydrate Diet because he had non-responsive celiac disease and was a very sick little boy. :). Keep up the great work! Sesame honey candy, or pasteli, is a traditional Greek confection which combines the simplest of ingredients to create a wholesome, natural treat featuring three simple ingredients: sesame seeds, honey and unrefined sea salt.Often served for Easter, though a charming treat any time of the year, sesame honey candy are dense with sesame flavor and offer pleasantly chewy candy. It makes for a great gift or delicious to enjoy in your own home. brown sugar instead of white,they turn out well, Especially since I’ve heard of some supermarket honey not being real honey! (she passed away in 1994). :). Thanks for the advice! With this recipe creating chocolate without sugar (using only natural sweeteners like honey, maple syrup, maple sugar, coconut sugar, or stevia) is simple! Oh my goodness – that is an absolutely adorable post! Hi Jackie! Making your own honey candied ginger at home though is so easy. If you click on the link above regarding the Specific Carbohydrate Diet there is sure to be more details on it, if it interests you. :). I just tried it w/ our honey and the only issue i’m having is that it’s not getting brittle. Top side of a candy board Janie x, I had to almost burn a few batches of candy to learn that! :). Store in freezer. simple and easy sweet confectionery prepared mainly with dissolved sugar and flavoured with honey. Aw thanks! So excited to try these. I’m glad you like the recipe! This link has some really interesting info, especially about halfway down the page, regarding how essential oils behave in candy: That’s something I hadn’t heard before and will definitely look into. it’s one of those things that will be passed on to my children someday :-) my mom is 74 so i figure the candy thermometer is around 70 years old and still works like a charm :-), Wow, that is one well-made candy thermometer! Cook Time: 5 minutes. For dosing herbals though, I absolutely like to use raw honey – you are correct it has lots of benefits! Is the honey and vinegar candy supposed to tasted a bit bitter? Itâs a very difficult diet to follow, especially for a small child. The honey darkens and thickens a bit – you can subtly feel it as you’re stirring. That is wonderful that his asthma was eliminated, Leigh! Honey is nature's finest work. :), […] Caramel Ice Cream: Blend until smooth then slowly blend inÂ chopped frozen chunks of honey nut caramel. Glad you enjoyed the others! Our gluten free blogger directory is growing too! thanks for that info. If not, let me know and I’ll brainstorm some more. I have some other candy ideas with honey that I’ll be posting as I can make them and type them up – I’ll have to leave some out at room temp and see how they individually hold up that way. Using your fingers, form the drops into a ball. IE to drive a certain amount of water out by boiling it off. My son grew up with asthma. Do u know how long these can be outside of freezer storage — ie can i put them in baggies as gifts, with directions to put in freezer? No, it shouldn’t taste bitter at all. It is the same process used to make some baked goods rise, except here the bubbles are trapped to form a crisp candy. That sounds really good! my grandma gave it to me way back in the 80’s. It’s all up … I would say you probably didn’t cook long enough to reach hard crack stage. Congratulations! Jan Berry is a writer, herbalist, soapmaker, and bestselling author of The Big Book of Homemade Products, Simple & Natural Soapmaking, and Easy Homemade Melt & Pour Soaps. It’s possible that your honey got too hot, causing a bitter taste. My daughter can eat these but expensive…thanks and enjoyed your site. Try this recipe with the organic honey of your preference (thyme, wildflower, fir, pine, chestnut, etc.). Once it hits 300, remove it from the heat right away. Thanks. An excellent side dish for holiday dinner meals like … That’s great Sophia! Crunchy pieces of this delightful treat are covered in chocolate to form irresistible chocolate-dipped honeycomb. Hi Janet! so I always appreciate when people point out facts Iâve overlooked. Another idea is an herbal tea or infusion instead of vinegar. They should be very hard and crunchy when cold, and soft and chewy (caramel like) at room temperature. I think you will enjoy the nut butter ones – they’re probably most everyone’s favorites. :) Thanks for the link! My 14 year old son is a beekeeper and I bet he’ll let me have a little honey to try these out. :). When making a recipe though, I’d use regular heavy whipping cream and not coffee creamer. So good! I’m guessing it would kill the begonias benefits of the oils at that heat. This was helpful for my son when he had an overgrowth of bad bacteria. Once the honey is hot enough, dro… These sound delicious! :), Awesome ideas! I am so happy to find a cookbook that goes along with my new eating habits :). The texture of the Honey & Vinegar reminds me quite a bit of the Sugar Babies that I bought as a kid, if that gives you some idea of the chew-factor! I’m not sure if you can have lemon (or other citrus) juice, but you can substitute that for the vinegar. Make sure the candy is completely frozen solid before trying to remove. The Honey Nut Butter is popular here too! :) I left a few out on a saucer overnight as an experiment and they got very melted-y. Only, it used sugar. For providing my child with a sweet treat however, I go on the premise that honey (a monosaccharide) is easily absorbed and used by the body whereas table sugar (a disaccharide) must be broken down before use. I have a few ideas that may or may not work for you. Not sure. […]. The holes in the candy make it light … It always turned out well except the one time my candy thermometer went bad & the whole batch burnt :((. :). We’ve made some with sesame seeds before and it was yummy! In a large saucepan, gently combine the sugar and water then add the honey and corn syrup. Thank you! Honey Candy Recipes Honey Truffles. I can’t wait to try them. discover recipes, where to buy, information about bees, and resources for professionals. Not happy, as I was relying on this recipe for an assignment… But if it worked for others, then they must have added more butter, or left it in the freezer. :). I do know that my thermometer is off, because if I let it reach 300 degrees F, I end up with over-cooked candy. :). Sounds like a great combination – I’m glad you like it! 11 Scrumptious Candied Nut Recipes, From Spicy to Sweet. Bottom side of a candy board If you zoom in on this side you will see some popsicle sticks glued to one end of the board. The Spruce / Elizabeth LaBau Honey truffles are beautiful chocolate-dipped beehive-shaped truffles made... Chocolate-Dipped Honeycomb. Subscribe to my newsletter and receive my best natural soapmaking tutorials, Hey Marty! I have a shop locally that carries over 20 different infused balsamic vinegars and I’d really like to try this recipe with their spiced pear infused balsamic vinegar. I don’t know if anyone has mentioned this but if you can use local honey it is best. 1) i didn’t have enough nut butter..was just a tad short. Definitely keep between layers of parchment to prevent sticking. Do you have a fun and frugal DIY idea to share? Is possible to make something with a candy-like consistency just using honey? a few years ago my mom was telling me about grandma making candy when my mom was little “she used a candy thermometer with a wooden blue handle”. The information on this site is for idea-sharing only. Try different flavored extracts instead of vanilla – such as: lemon or peppermint for a great taste variation. I was thinking about making this for my father-in-law for Christmas, but I would have to ship it to California. Have any good ideas to make this work better. ), https://thenerdyfarmwife.com/honey-lemon-sore-throat-candy-drops/. I have been on a grain free diet and lost 10lbs in a month. You already know I am in LOVE with these recipes! â¥. I measured this recipe correctly, and it did NOT work. :), […] out of the way, let’s get to the recipe. Do you have a recipe or instructions? Work very quickly and pour the hot candy onto parchment paper in little drops (time consuming & tedious & might harden up before you get all of the candy from the pan) or a big square (kind of hard to break apart sometimes, but easier to pour) then pop in the freezer or fridge to cool a bit. This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Back To Nature Foods.All opinions are 100% mine. I’m not sure, but my thoughts are that the hot spots a microwave can cause would probably scorch parts of the honey. The Spruce / Elizabeth LaBau Honeycomb is a honey-flavored sugar … Honey adds a floral flavor as well as a rich sweetness to any candy recipe. Place pan over medium heat until mixture starts to boil. I used peanut butter with flax and chia seeds and it came out great. There are different temperature ranges for different types of candies. This recipe for almond honey nougat resembles the popular European sweet Torrone. Thanks! Hi Linda! Thank you for sharing! I LOVE your SCD creations. :), I hope one of these ideas will work for you! :). This is to provide some venting of the hot moist air from the colony. What wonderful looking recipes! I loved this recipe so much that I bought the book “Grain Free Gourmet” from Amazon!!! The Barn Hop was the very first blog hop I discovered so this is extra special news for me. Hi Vicky, thanks! Cover pan with a tight-fitting lid and boil for 1 minute. […] To make your own honey candy click [here]. :). Honeycomb Toffee is a delicious candy, perfect to give as gifts. :). Store honey based candies in the freezer (in single layers, between parchment paper) until right before ready to eat. Heat over medium heat until mixture is thinner but still cloudy. Any uneven broken pieces are perfect for taste-testing purposes. All recipes are made and used at your own risk. i’m going to try them. So many kids I know have it, but the parents just don’t realize how often it can be connected to diet. Place in freezer or refrigerator to cool. I’ll look them up and see what they look like & compare to the recipes I have. i used another recipe that called for 1/2 c 1/2c 1/2 , set up fine but i just taste peanut butter and honey, bit o honeys are my fav candy so naaaa this dont taste like it. IE elevation above sea level lowers atmospheric pressures yielding a lower boiling temp and weather fronts can also depress or in the case of high pressure patterns at sea level elevate your boiling point temperature. :). Cook and stir over medium-low heat until a candy thermometer reads 238°. I love how simple these recipes are. Here’s a site I found that describes it: http://www.bhg.com/recipes/desserts/candy/cooking-and-testing-candy-mixtures/, For the cold-water test, spoon a few drops of the hot candy mixture into a cup of very cold (but not icy) water. Please log in again. This process takes a little intuition, but it was easier than I expected. Combine all ingredients except yams in medium saucepan and cook on medium-low heat until clear. Love it. Get all of your molds ready to go! Â I HAVE to try this! The website thenerdyfarmwife.com, operating under Honey Bee Hill Creatives LLC, is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program. To test the candy temp without a thermometer you can try using the cold water test. It’s our very first linky party, but so many great linkups so far! 212 degrees is the temperature distilled water will boil at at standard atmospheric pressure. I have never heard of anything like this before! I am not on the SC diet, but I am gluten free and have been eating similar to the SCD for the past few months. While it’s still going to contain natural sugars from the honey, it is going to be a little less sweet and sugary than the stuff you buy in the store. Stirring constantly (pull up a chair, youll be here for a while), bring the mixture up to 300 degrees. Thanks again. i said “MOM, thats the one that grandma gave to me, the blue is almost gone, but it’s the same one” and i still use it all the time. If you can have either butter or coconut oil, you could try the Sore Throat Candy drops (leaving out the lemon, vinegar &/or the herbal mixture if needed. http://www.foodproductdesign.com/articles/1995/10/flavoring-confections.aspx, Thanks a lot for sharing this great recipe. Since it’s hard candy at that point, of course it won’t fold, but instead breaks off in one long strip (usually). just an FYI.. Lovely! So, I don’t think it would work well to keep them out too long. Immediately pour onto a parchment lined baking sheet. This takes around twenty minutes. Stir thoroughly then immediately pour onto a parchment lined baking sheet. lollipop recipe | lollipop candy for sore throat | homemade honey lollipops with detailed photo and video recipe. I dont know if i will have some for when the hubby comes back from training to head over seas!! – but my friend Sarah has this great tutorial you might find helpful. Pour the honey into a heavy saucepan. The honey adds a slight chewiness and a subtle note of sweetness to the double peanut flavor. Once completely chilled, break into long strips, then break those again into smaller, bite-sized pieces. I may add some sesame seed to this mixture, to recreate a favorite candy, I have long loved. Just made this! Thanks for letting me link up. How do you break them into strips? Everyone else loves the Honey Nut Butter candy the best, though my favorites are the Sore Throat Drops.