Frozen Ice Hard Glass Candy
For the cupcakes for Kaylie's Frozen party, we needed candy ice as decoration. I am going to warn you right now. THIS STUFF IS SHARP and NOT for small children!! It truly breaks like glass!! But tastes awesome and looks incredible!
Do not make this with the kids around either, because it needs to be 300 degrees in liquid form.
Hard Ice Glass Candy2 cups white sugar1 cup water3/4 cup light corn syrup, Karo1/2 teaspoon flavoring if desired, I used cotton candy from layercakeshop.com3 drop food coloringparchment paper
*You will need a candy thermometer
Mix sugar, water and corn syrup in a sauce pan with thermometer attached. Stir constantly to dissolve sugar.

 Heat to 300 degrees over medium.
 This takes a while (cover with a glass lid) so you can see through, to speed up the process, keep an eye on the thermometer while you cover. 
Add food coloring and flavor, be careful, it will pop and bubble.
Have a cookie sheet covered in PARCHMENT paper not regular wax paper, it will melt!Pour hot liquid onto cookie sheet that is sitting on a cooking rack. You don't want to burn the counter underneath.
 Let cool completely. Do not refrigerate, it will get sticky. When hard place a dish towel over candy, and tap lightly with a meat pounder or hammer. Enjoy!! careful it is sharp!!See more at the frozen birthday party.

Frozen Ice Hard Glass Candy
For the cupcakes for Kaylie's Frozen party, we needed candy ice as decoration. I am going to warn you right now. THIS STUFF IS SHARP and NOT for small children!! It truly breaks like glass!! But tastes awesome and looks incredible!
Do not make this with the kids around either, because it needs to be 300 degrees in liquid form.
Hard Ice Glass Candy2 cups white sugar1 cup water3/4 cup light corn syrup, Karo1/2 teaspoon flavoring if desired, I used cotton candy from layercakeshop.com3 drop food coloringparchment paper
*You will need a candy thermometer
Mix sugar, water and corn syrup in a sauce pan with thermometer attached. Stir constantly to dissolve sugar.

 Heat to 300 degrees over medium.
 This takes a while (cover with a glass lid) so you can see through, to speed up the process, keep an eye on the thermometer while you cover. 
Add food coloring and flavor, be careful, it will pop and bubble.
Have a cookie sheet covered in PARCHMENT paper not regular wax paper, it will melt!Pour hot liquid onto cookie sheet that is sitting on a cooking rack. You don't want to burn the counter underneath.
 Let cool completely. Do not refrigerate, it will get sticky. When hard place a dish towel over candy, and tap lightly with a meat pounder or hammer. Enjoy!! careful it is sharp!!See more at the frozen birthday party.