Acid Pops
hp.png Acid Pops Dessert
A popular candy on a stick. Acid, short for acidulated, makes the confection extremely sour.
Servings & Worth: Makes about 40 Candies / 1 Knut per Pop
Skill/Roll: +roll Cooking Training: 7th Year Domestics Club
Ingredients: Water • Cream of Tartar • Sugar • Citric Acid • Corn Syrup • Parchment Paper • 2 Lollipop molds
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  1. Line molds with parchment paper, set aside. Combine water, sugar, corn syrup, and cream of tartar in a small sauce pan. Over medium heat stir constantly until the sugar is completely dissolved and mixture is bubbly. Clean sides of pan with pastry bush dipped in hot water to keep sugar crystals from building up on sides of pan. Cook until mixture reaches 300 degrees F.
  2. Remove pan from heat. Dribble the citric acid over the mixture and stir to combine. When the bubbling has waned, use an oiled teaspoon to drop the mixture into the molds.
  3. Let cool and use the parchment paper as a wrapper.
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