Jolly Rancher Lollipops

Jolly Rancher Lollipops

    This past Saturday, I was so excited to be able to enjoy some warm weather with my family here in New York City. Just to to feel the sun on my face and spend some time outdoors did wonders for my mood and put a big smile on my face. Since my sons and nephews were together all weekend, I decided to make some special treats for them to enjoy. I don’t always indulge their sweet teeth but I wanted to to celebrate the possibility of spring finally starting.

    Some of my all-time favorite candies are Jolly Rancher Candies. I can still remember going to the corner store with my grandmother in the Soundview section of the Bronx and buying a handful of the sweet and colorful delights. Eating them always made me happy and I wanted to see what other delectable and yummy treats I could make with them. It turns out that they are just as delicious when melted and made into lollipops and the kids love them because they can enjoy them while they ride up and down the block on their scooters!

Jolly Rancher Lollipops

Jolly Rancher Lollipops

Ingredients:

  • Jolly Rancher Candies
  • 4” Lollipop sticks
  • Coffee mug
  • Lollipop mold
  • Non-stick butter cooking spray

Jolly Rancher Lollipops

Directions:

1. Unwrap 4 jolly rancher candies and place them in a coffee mug.

2. Lightly spray a non stick cooking spray in the sucker part of the mold and wipe out with a paper towel.

3. Microwave for 30 seconds on 60% power and then microwave for another 15-30 seconds on 80% power (your mixture should be bubbling, caution it’s very hot).

4. Carefully and quickly pour your melted Jolly Rancher into your sucker mold.

Jolly Rancher Lollipops

5. Rinse your mug with hot water until the leftover candies have melted off (this takes a minute or so).

6. Switch colors of Jolly Ranchers and repeat steps.

7. Place in freezer for 15 minutes and your suckers will pop right out.

Jolly Rancher Lollipops

Let’s Discuss: What event or celebration do you think these Jolly Rancher Lollipops would be perfect for?

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Comments

  1. This seems like such a simple, creative activity/yummy treat to do with the kiddos on a Saturday!

  2. Catherine Sargent says:

    These will be the perfect treat for when my niece and nephew come over. I loved Jolly Rancher candies when I was growing up.

  3. OMG, these are so awesome! Great idea for making lollipops with Jolly Ranchers. I love the circle pops.

  4. My boys love lollipops. They would have a blast making their own out of candy.

  5. OMG! How clever are you! loveeee Jolly Ranchers!

  6. How clever! This is such a great idea and you make it seem so easy 🙂

  7. Jolly Ranchers were a big part of my teenage years. I still have them occasionally. This would be the perfect way to introduce them to my son. He loves lollipops.

  8. So we don’t have Jolly Ranchers in Australia and I’m so devastated because apparently they’re AMAZING! Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe!

  9. How amazing do these sound! Just a great idea to make sweets last longer and hey takes out some of the choking risks as well!

  10. That is the coolest idea of what to make with Jolly Ranchers, I think the kiddos would love to make these Jolly Rancher Lollipops 🙂 I am going to see if we can try this soon.

  11. Oh wow, how clever. Never thought of doing this. Fun project with the grandkids.

  12. Marie Altenor says:

    I love Jolly Ranchers, used to eat them a lot growing up. I never thought to make lollipops with them, will have to try that. I do like melting them in my drinks.

  13. This looks so fun to make! Simple and easy, I’ll have to try it out. Thanks for this sweet recipe.

  14. Annemarie LeBlanc says:

    Awesome ideas! These Jolly Rancher lollipops would make great cupcake decorations! I will try making some this weekend for the grandchildren!

  15. This is really amazing idea to do it in this form. I will try this for sure for my daughter.

  16. I love these. I wanted to try to make these with my kids but wasn’t sure what all I needed, now I know! We will for sure be attempting these!

  17. That’s absolutely great! I’ll have to make these with my nieces and nephews! Thank you for sharing this!

  18. Hey this is an easy way to make your own lollipops with Jolly Ranchers. I would make them multi-colored and mixed flavors per pop!

  19. What an easy recipe for homemade lollipops. Delicious candies that children will like.

  20. What a fun project to get the kids involved in and then enjoy!

  21. I love candies too. Sweets from time to time. This recipe will make my cravings for candies. Thanks for the easy recipe.

  22. Oh wait your made them yourself? Hmmm do you think it would be possible to make Sour Patch Kids lollis?

  23. Dana Rodriguez says:

    This is such a great idea. I want to make these soon!

  24. Maryann D. says:

    I have always loved Jolly Rancher Candies also. I think these lollipops are a great idea and colorful too!

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