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Candy Corn Goop

First mix some corn starch (corn flour in the uk) with water slowly till it becomes a solid when touch and liquid when picked up. Then palce in dish,pan, or whatever you would like to use. Then i na small bowl make some more (not alot) and add some yellow food coloring and mix. then add it to the pan to make the bottom of the candy corn. (do the same for orange to make the middle) To make the top I mixed the corn starch and water then added some vanilla extract.


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