Total TimePrep: 5 min. Cook: 40 min. + standing
Makes1-1/2 pounds (60 pieces)
It turns out great as long as you pour the hot syrup mixture very slow and in a thin stream.
Thank you for posting this recipe! I've tried others and they didn't turn out. After seeing this one I realize the others didn't have all the details I needed. I just made it for Christmas Eve and they look great!
I made this last year and it tasted great. However, I destroyed my stand mixer because it was too thick to mix. I wasn't strong enough to do it by hand. It set perfectly but there was no way to do it for 5 to 6 minutes. What did I do wrong?
I made this today......it was a partial cloudy day but dry and it turned out perfectly! I am so happy and I will be giving some of this as Christmas gifts! ??
I made divinity with my grandmother, too. Just the two of us. Great times. I t hink our divinity was this base recipe + crushed candy canes.
Like my Grandma's recipe, but she always used black walnuts, I do the same
Just like I remember my great grandma and grandma teaching me back in the day. We also made homemade peanut brittle and buttermilk pies as well as chocolate, lemon and cherry pies. I also was taught how to COOK. REAL FOOD. Not the instant stuff. My daughter learned from me how to cook. I'm a old Kentucky lady. So I enjoy food. Little short fat girl.
In my youth I helped Granny make mountains of Divinity. She always said "don't make Divinity on rainy days." Thank you.
This recipe is quick and easy. It turned out delicious, just like my Mom used to make!! I opted to use diced candied cherries instead of pecans. My Mom often used diced gumdrops in hers. Whatever you choose to add or add nothing at all, it will be yummy!
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