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Candy cane

A candy cane is a cane-shaped stick candy often associated with Christmastide, as well as Saint Nicholas Day. It is traditionally white with red stripes and flavored with peppermint, but may also be a variety of other flavors and colors.

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Simple Christmas Science for Kids

Materials: Water Oil Vinegar Candy Canes (We are used both Small and Large) Timer/ Stopwatch (we love using our phone)

Contributed by Tess Chaffin

How to make candy cane hearts

Ingredients: 4″ or 6″ lollipop sticks mini candy canes white chocolate (I used white Merckens chocolate) Christmas sprinkles

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I bet you never thought a candy cane could taste like this.

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Put candy canes in the oven at 350 for about 2 min to bend it.

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The world's largest candy cane was over 58 feet!

Contributed by Taylor Jackson

Candy canes have been around for hundreds of years but didn't get their signature red stripes until around 1900.

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National Candy Cane Day is on December 26th! :9

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History of candy canes

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The Food Network "Unwrapped"

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