Candy canes are a popular treat that are usually associated with Christmas time. They are typically red and white striped, and have a curved, cane-like shape. Candy canes are made by combining sugar, corn syrup, and flavourings such as peppermint, and then boiling the mixture to a high temperature. The mixture is then shaped and cooled to form the familiar candy cane shape.
Today, candy canes are enjoyed by people of all ages and are often given as gifts or used as decorations during the Christmas season. They are also used in a variety of recipes, such as in cookies, cakes, and hot cocoa. Some people also enjoy crushing up candy canes and using them as a topping for ice cream or other desserts.
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