The Partiologist: Honeycomb Candy!

Honeycomb Candy!

I did it!  Yes, I was patient and followed the recipe to a T and it worked.  Like usually when I follow a recipe, I don't follow it to a T, maybe a t, because I become impatient.  This time I didn't stir the pot just like the recipe said and low and behold I had honeycomb candy!

Honeycomb Candy!

Have you ever made honeycomb candy?  Well, it's time.  It tastes like a fluffy version of peanut brittle without the peanuts or the brittle part.
Truthfully, I wanted to dip it in chocolate, but I know everyone doesn't love chocolate as much as me.  I don't get it.
Anyway, look at those sweet little pieces.
It's enough to make me want to make it again.  And this time dip it in chocolate.

But for now, I'll just share the recipe.  Then when I want to make it again I can follow my own instructions because I probably won't remember.

Just like the recipe says, line the sides of your pan with parchment paper.

The next step is where you need to follow directions and step away from the pan.  The recipe says DO NO STIR.

What?  Do not stir, I always want to stir but I didn't and I'm so glad I followed the directions.

And I had the baking soda ready to add to the mixture when it reached 300 degrees F.

Don't take it from me, I got the recipe from the Pioneer Woman HERE.

It's a BEE-utiful sight.


  1. I love honeycomb candy, dipped in chocolate, of course! LOL!


    1. I know, next time I'll have to dip it in chocolate!

  2. This candy is wonderful! Thanks for sharing! I just purchased a bag of the chocolate covered honeycomb candy in Papua New Guinea and it’s very tasty as well. Even as a chocolate lover, this uncovered candy was my favorite!!!

    1. Well then, maybe I'll have to try both ways and see if chocolate wins out! And that's a long way to go for honeycomb candy! ;)


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