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This recipe for Burnt Sugar Candy, by Barbara Olson, is from Eagle Scout Cookbook Project,
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3 cups white sugar 1 cup milk 1 t vanilla 1/2 cube butter
Melt and brown 1 cup white sugar in frying pan slowly add 1 cup milk and stir until all is melted together. Add 2 cups white sugar, carefully mix, don't stir to much. Cook until forms a softball. Remove from heat and add 1 t vanilla and 1/2 cube butter. Let cool until starting to set then beat with a spoon until looses the gloss. Pour into 8x8 wax paper lined pan. If doesn't set up add a tablespoon of peanut butter
Recipe from Grandma Pearson, that was always made each Christmas for get togethers.
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