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Grandmother's Divinity

By: Robyn from Add A Pinch
Grandmother's Divinity
Grandmother's Divinity
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This billowy, white divinity candy is a classic old-fashioned recipe that's a favorite confection no matter what time of year. Grandmother's Divinity tastes similar to marshmallows, and have a fluffy, cloud-like consistency. Simply heat the sugar candy on the stove and drop clouds of divinity on wax paper. Once they dry and harden, you'll have some of the best homemade candy you've ever made. This candy recipe would make a great gift or special dessert.

Serves: 8

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Leave a comment...Wow, I love the look of this Purple Delight Crochet Cowl! After reading the written pattern and watching the video I learned a new stitch. The triangle stitch is a very interesting stitch to make and I like the way my swatch turned out with this pattern. I so need this cowl in my collection. I always find my cowls come up missing and have to make new ones. So this one will be next on my "must make" list. Thank you so much for sharing this free crochet pattern.

This was yummy but way too sweet for me. I only ate half. SUPER CUTE THOUGH. I liked the addition of the festive little silver balls. Very Christmas. Very Cute. )

These were a bit too sweet for my taste, but I could see them being really fun additions to a holiday party or kid's birthday.

This was pretty good! The texture was soft and pillow, and it had nice cherry flavor.

This is a nice, updated divinity. Kids would like this more than versions with nuts. Color is a very pretty pink.

I don't know how I felt about eating this. It was sweet and aesthetically pleasing, but the gooey consistency was almost too much. It'd be a great adhesive when you want the kids to pipe down though.

I was surprised by how much I liked this candy. I love anything with maraschino cherries, so that's really what drew me in. It also reminded me a lot of 7-minute frosting, which I really like! The only thing I'd do differently next time would be to make each "cloud" a little smaller.

This is the first time I've tried divinity! The consistency was unlike anything I've ever tried before. It reminded me of a fluffier Laffy Taffy. So fun!

Not my favorite. Very, very sweet and heavy. Almost thought it was a dollop of white sugar frosting at first. Just ate a small bite and that was enough.

I enjoyed Robyn's story behind her grandmother's Divinity. My grandmother and mother also made Divinity Fudge at Christmas time. It was a really big deal when I was a young girl. I've also made their recipe and it was a delicate and longer process than this particular recipe. I like the new to me idea of spooning the Divinity out and letting the little clouds dry out. The kind we made was in a pan and the fudge be cut into squares. I'm definitely putting this on my to make list for my 85 year old Mom. We'll have to share it with her granddaughter and great granddaughters. I'm sure it will be delicious.

Ooh this sounds divine! Ha Ha. I think I will add these to my candy list. I love that these are not baked! I could do the other hundred things I have to do while these sit and harden! I love it! I don't have wax paper though, but I do have parchment paper. I like it better. Does anyone think that these will stick if I use parchment paper? I really don't want to brave the stores two days before Christmas.


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