Hey everyone, I just wanted to let you know that I discovered an easy, AWESOME way to make flavored colored glass candy that doesn't require any special colorings or flavoring oils. Here it is, and I'll post pics when mine I done setting up and everything. Right now I'm *tasting* ice blue lemonade flavored HOMEMADE candy, and it's GOOD! LOL! BTW, you can use those plastic cookie cutters from wal-mart as moulds, I was worried at first cause I though 300 degree candy would melt them, but it doesn't! 4 cups sugar 1 3/4 cup corn syrup (the clear stuff) 1 cup water KOOL-AID!!! Any flavor, any color! 2 packets gives it a pretty strong flavor, that's what I used for a partial recipe, I think I'll try it with just one and only use 2 packets for a full recipe. Start out by covering a cookie sheet with tinfoil, then sprinkle the tinfoil with an even coat of powdered sugar. Set the moulds on the cookie sheet, or, if a full sheet of candy is wanted (to be broken into pieces later) pile the powdered sugar along the edges of the cookie sheet to ensure that the edges of the sheet are sugared. Otherwise the candy won't come off the edges! If using cookie cutters, put a little cooking oil on paper towel and wipe the inside edges of the cutters with the oil. Mix the sugar, water, and syrup till it hits hard crack (300 degrees). If you don't have a candy thermometer, you'll know when it hits hard crack when you lift the spoon out of the heated mix and the drops of mix form a thin thread or hair like strand as they fall. Don't use too high of a heat! Medium to medium-low should do it. Sugar burns pretty easily....(don't ask me how I know!) It may take 20-30 minutes to get it to hard crack, just keep spoon testing....makes the time pass quicker.... After the mix hits hard crack, turn the heat off and quickly stir in the kool aid mix. More packets make a better color and stronger flavor, or you can supplement the color without affecting the flavor with some food coloring drops. Don't keep heating the mix after putting the kool aid in, the color of the kool aid/food coloring will turn yellow-y brown if it heats up too much and will burn. Pour the colored mix into the moulds (cookie cutters, whatever) then stick them in the fridge. After about 10-15 minutes, depending on how hot the mix got, they'll be set up and you can pop the cold candies out of the cutters just like you would break ice out of an ice tray. TIP: When using cookie cutters, fill them almost to the brim to ensure that the candy is thick enough to prevent the candy breaking while freeing it from the cutters. Use very light pressure when freeing the candy, if using plastic cutters a very light twist is all that is needed (may need to be repeated a few times before the candy will come out).