Sponge Candy Recipe?


Looking for recipe for a candy, which was sponge like and the size of a 1 pd. loaf of butter, yellow in color, and melted in your mouth. Checked many stores that have the old fashioned candy, but to no avail. I've made the sponge candy but it's not the same, very hard. I wish I had an image to show you. This was way back in the 40's and 50's.

Valerie from Niles, IL

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October 20, 20080 found this helpful

The recipe posted by maddhatterr is the one you want. It can also be found on astray recipes, then just type in sponge candy. The good old original one. We have a retro candy store in our city and I buy this every once in a while.

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By az (Guest Post)
October 21, 20080 found this helpful

If you are looking for the candy. Yummies in Maine has it. They ship too. Enjoy.

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By Ruth Ann from OH (Guest Post)
October 29, 20080 found this helpful

They have the best sponge candy!

Stefanelli's ® Candies
3732 Sterrettania Road
Erie, Pennsylvania 16506
Ph 814.836.9885
Fax 814.459.9725
TOLL-FREE 1.888.808.8050

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By (Guest Post)
October 31, 20080 found this helpful

The recipies here seem to be like that for peanut brittle without the peanuts. I thought the person said the candy was like a sponge.

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By Bonnie from Erie Pa (Guest Post)
November 3, 20080 found this helpful

Strange. I'm eating Stefanelli's sponge candy as I'm typing this! It's the best!

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By Tina L (Guest Post)
December 23, 20080 found this helpful

Here is the best place to buy sponge candy:

Ko-Ed Candies
285 Abbott Road
Buffalo NY 14220
Monday through Saturday from 10am to 5pm

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October 16, 2008

I am looking for a recipe for sponge candy. The old fashioned sponge candy. I once had the recipe but have lost it. I would really love to get it again. Does anyone know how it is done? Or is it a lost art?


Nicole McLaughlin from Cornwall Ontario


Sponge Candy Recipe

Old Fashioned Sponge Candy

Combine sugar, syrup, and vinegar in heavy sauce pan. Stir over medium heat until sugar dissolves.

Then cook to 300° F. or crack stage. Remove from heat, stir soda in quickly, mixing up. (it will become frothy) Pour into buttered pan. Cool and break into pieces.
Also many more:

Happy holidays, Julie (12/12/2005)

By Julie

Sponge Candy Recipe

Cook sugar, corn syrup and vinegar to 300 degrees on candy thermometer, stirring often. Remove from heat; add baking soda. Mix well (this foams up-use large pan). Pour into 13x9 inch pan, buttered lightly. DO NOT BUMP PAN OR STIR. Let cool, break into pieces. Melt chocolate almond bark and chocolate chips and dip pieces. Set on waxed paper to dry. (12/16/2005)


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