Candy Buttons


Candy Buttons


Candy Buttons

Be reminded of your childhood again with these delightful Candy Buttons. Do you remember strolling down a boardwalk or going to an amusement park and eating little candy dots on paper? If you did, then you should check out this recipe immediately. The author of this recipe uses red and pink dots to make a special Valentine's Day treat; however, you can use whatever food coloring you have just lying around the house. Add your own original and colorful take to this classic candy.

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I am like Cheryl Y. We used to eat these as kids, and they were called candy dots here too. I loved them. I can't wait to make these and let my kids try them. One day, my grandkids will know what these candies are like because I am bookmarking this recipe for sure.

Oh wow, I remember eating Candy Buttons, we called them candy dots. It was great we could get a roll of about 100 candies for 10 cents. You just don't see these today. With this recipe I will be making them and let my Grand kids enjoy the fun of getting them off the paper. Didn't we eat some of the paper while eating these back in the day? LOL I was thinking of adding a little clear vanilla flavor to the mixture to give it a better taste. I'm so looking forward to making these. Thank you so much for sharing this free old time candy recipe.


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