Corn starch mould – gummies

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Corn starch molds are brittle moulds often used for making  gummy candy and wine gums. The wanted shape is stamped on a tray filled with corn starch, creating a mould. The hot candy mixture is poured into the mould. The candies are cooled for a few hours, after which the tray is tipped over, breaking the mould and separating the hardened candy from the corn starch. The corn starch is easily removed from the candy and can also be used many times again.