Would you eat it? Homemade Jaw Breakers!

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NEW ORLEANSĀ - Let's see what Test Kitchen Taylor is cooking up today!

Do you have a ton of Halloween candy at the house? What do you do with the leftovers? Test Kitchen Taylor gives us a great idea with homemade jawbreakers.

Homemade Jaw Breakers
Assorted Skittles

Microwave 5 Skittles (for 30 seconds.
Pour onto a lightly greased plastic cutting board.
Use the back of a spoon to flatten melted Skittles into a small circle.
If too hot, allow to cool for a few more seconds.
Place one non-microwaved Skittle in the center, and wrap warm Skittles around it.
Use the palms of your hands to smooth out the ball.
Continue this process until you have a large jawbreaker ball.
Each time you microwave Skittles, increase the amount by 10 to 20 to wrap around the ball.
Play around with color patterns. On the last layer, combine a rainbow of Skittles to give the jawbreaker its signature speckled pattern.
Once jawbreaker is at the ideal size, wrap in plastic wrap and freeze for 2 hours.
Crack with a hammer and enjoy the rainbow geode center!

 

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