Angel Food Candy Recipe with Weight Watchers Points
Angel Food Candy Recipe with Weight Watchers Points.
This dessert recipe is not WW friendly, but there was a request for the recipe, so I am adding the points.
This light Candy is sugary and delicious.
It’s easy to make, but takes a little bit of time.
It’s just a lot of stirring, as with most candy recipes.
Break out the double boiler and the candy thermometer, and enjoy this sweet treat!
A great Holiday, or Christmas Dessert when you don’t want Cookies!
Weight Watchers Points
6 WW Smart Points (Green Plan)
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Angel Food Candy
- Prepare a 9 x 13 baking dish by coating with butter.
- Over medium heat and using a medium sized saucepan, add corn syrup, vinegar, and sugar.
- Stir continuously until the sugar is dissolved.
- Continue cooking without stirring until a candy thermometer reads 300° to 310°.
- Remove the pan off of the heat.
- In the prepared baking dish, pour the hot liquid. Don't spread it out, it won't fill the pan.
- Allow to fully cool.
- Break the cooled candy into pieces (bite-sized or whatever size you prefer).
- Using a double boiler, add chocolate coating. Stir often until the chocolate melts and is smooth.
- Dip the candy pieces in the melted chocolate and place on waxed paper to set.
- Store candy in an airtight container.
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