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Yes you can. You have two options that I can think of. {Edit: Turns out there's a 3rd simple, and cheap, option I didn't think of. Basically, you can make your own colored sugar by adding liquid food dye along with sugar to a bag, and mixing it well. You can also dissolve liquid food color in sugar water before heating it into candy syrup. I didn't think of ...


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The lollipops are the glass, so you couldn't substitute food dye alone. The sugar in them provides the bulk, and nothing else is comparably transparent. You'd either get dyed pancake (painting rather than stained glass) or just a stain on the pan. You could substitute home-made coloured sugar/hard candy, for which you'd need any (water-soluble, i.e. common) ...


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