How to Make Honeycomb Candy (And Make Your Kids Happy)


In honor of the Prudent Dad’s 36th year on this earth, we decided to make his favorite candy. Let me show you how to turn 1 cup of sugar, 2 tablespoons of honey, 2 tablespoons of water, and 2 teaspoons of baking soda into this crunchy, crumbly, airy, delicious, old-school treat.

It only takes a few minutes, and the process is like a little science experiment your kids will love to watch.

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mamanut

Oooh! This is just like a candy in England: Crunchie. My kids watched your video with me and we whipped up a batch – big hit! They loved the foaming/ bubbling part. Thank you for the fantastic idea!

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Aaron

YUM!! I LOVE it…will definitely give this a try on the weekend after visiting out local bee keeper for some fresh honey and our usually stock of bee pollen that I take daily for my seasonal allergies…Thank you so much for sharing this.

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Sarah

down here in new Zealand we call this Hokey Pokey. There’s a candy bar called a Crunchie which is hokey pokey covered in chocolate, and an ice cream with wee pearls of hokey pokey in it. mmmm mmmm

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Jen

In New England, we call this sea foam candy and by it from small candy shops on the shore. I always loved this stuff! Thanks for the recipe :)

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Sarah

I’m finding them for my sister. I’m trying to find the most recipes with pictures and the ages of baby for the recipes. Blogs are usually where I would expect to find them..

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