Honey-Flavored Milk Candies

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Children love to eat candies.  Why not try giving them milk candies?  Once they have eater a piece, they will surely ask for more.  Milk candies, especially those flavored with honey are very nutritious.


5 cups of fresh milk

¼ cups honey

2 tablespoon refined sugar


  1.  Put the fresh milk in an aluminum pan or in an enamel basin.
  2. Add the sugar to the milk.
  3. Boil and evaporate the mixture until it reaches 1/3 of its original volume.
  4. Add honey and stir.
  5. Continue stirring over low heat until it becomes thick.
  6. Prepare a greased tray.
  7. Put the cooked milk in the tray.
  8. Spread the milk evenly, about one centimeter thick.
  9. Allow it to cool for three house.
  10. Cut and scrap in cellophane

Source:  Pamphlet on How to Make Hone-Flavored Milk Candies

Broken Glass

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NO, gelatin is not for kids only.  If munching one JellyaceTM after another is already a delight, your gelatin experience can be further heightened by this colorful and delicious dessert.

2What you will need:

Small box of gelatin package (cherry, lime, lemon, and orange)

4 cups boiling water

1 ½ cups cold water

¼ cup sugar

½ cup cold fresh calamansi juice (or pineapple juice)

¼ cup refined sugar

1 ¾ cups whipping cream

8-inch square pans

Tube pans

What you have to do:

  1. Dissolve the cherry gelatin in one cup of boiling water.
  2. Add one-half cup of cold waer to the cherry gelatin.
  3. Pour the gelatin into an 8-inch square pan and chill overnight.
  4. Do the same steps (1 to 3) for the lime and orange flavors.

The Day of Serving

  1. Dissolve the lemon gelatin and sugar in one cup boiling water.
  2. Add the fresh calamansi juice
  3. Chill until slightly thickened.
  4. While waiting for the lemon gelatin to thicken, cut the cherry-, lime-, and orange-flavored gelatins into half-inch cubes.
  5. Blend one cup cream with the lemon gelatin in a tube pan.
  6. Fold in (lay one pat over another) the gelatin cubes into the tube pan.
  7. Chill the mixture for four to six hours, until firm.
  8. Remove from mold and serve with extra-whipped topping.


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