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I like to melt sugar and Karo syrup in the microwave. I put it in a glass maple syrup dispenser (without the metal top on it). Once sugar is ready, put top on and pour into molds. Works great because of the valve shut off. Allows you to pour just the right amount of sugar. Hope this helps!
post #17 of 17

The hard candy funnel & stopper give a larger flow of hot sugar, It is ok for lollipops and larger molds, but not tiny ones.  I tried it a couple of times to make small jewels under 1/2 inch, and they all overflowed.

 

for Isomalt use the White Hard Candy molds, not the plastic clear chocolate molds.

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