I am here with the cherry sours candy recipe. After hearing this thing, you must be excited to recall your childhood days. Today, I will help you recall the good ol’ days with this recipe.
Last week, I went to Uncle Tony’s Shop and what I saw is he is still selling those candies. With a puppy face, I asked Uncle Tony about the Cherry Sours Candy Recipe and he gave it to me. It occurred to me that I can make this recipe on my own at home. After a lot of research, here I am with the recipe for cherry sours candy.
To make the cherry sours candy recipe, heat the apple juice and golden corn syrup until thick. Add a pack of jello, Koolaid and gelatin to a small bowl and later add the syrup to it. Cover the aluminum tray with saran wrap. Pour the mixture on the wrap and let it sit for 5 hours. Remove the saran wrap and you can cut the cherry sours candy in any shape you like.
But first, let’s check out other candy recipes that you might also like.
1. Watermelon Rind Candy– Have you ever thought of making something from the peel of watermelon? I don’t think you might have, as most of the people think it is a waste. You can make these wonderful watermelon rind candies at your home using just watermelon peels.
2. Butterscotch Candy– Butterscotch candies is cooked sugar made with brown sugar by boiling brown sugar and butter or corn syrup in water. These candies are really delicious and you probably cannot stop yourself from devouring them.
3. Lemon Drop Candy– What was your favorite candy as a kid? Well, mine was the lemon drop candy. I loved them so much that I used to have them almost every day. Today, I will share the recipe for lemon drop candy with you.
4. Tamarind Candy– This tamarind candy recipe is actually very easy and you will need very few ingredients to complete this recipe. This recipe will take you back to your childhood days.
Cherry Sours Candy Recipe
- Small Bowl
- Aluminium Tray
- 1 cup Apple Juice
- ½ cup Golden Corn Syrup
- 1 Pack Jello
- 1 Pack Koolaid
- 1 box Gelatin
- 1 tbsp Citric Acid
- Saran Wrap
- In a saucepan, heat the apple juice and golden corn syrup over medium heat until the mixture becomes thick.
- In a small bowl, add dry ingredients and mix them properly.
- Wrap the aluminum tray with Swarn Wrap.
- In a bowl, add the apple corn mixture and mix with dry ingredients. Heat the mixture on the pot so that gelatin dissolves for 5 minutes.
- Pour the mixture into a tray and leave for 5 hours at room temperature.
- After the mixture is set, before you cut the jelly, remove the saran wrap.
- Cut the jelly in different shapes according to you and coat them in sugar and citric acid mixture.
Hope you’ve liked this recipe. If there is any food that has a special connection with your childhood, do mention it in the comments below. I will make sure that it will get covered in thefoodxp blog.