The first recorded 'candy stick' comes from at an exhibition in Massachusetts in the USA. They started as straight white sugar sticks and a few years later the red stripes were added. The first time they are documented as being called 'candy canes' comes in ; and their first connection to Christmas comes from Early recipes had them as simply 'sugar' flavored. But we're now used to them being flavored with peppermint or wintergreen.
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Teachers were reportedly told that generic winter-themed items, such as sledding and scarves, and the "Frozen" character Olaf, were acceptable. Decorations that included Santa, Christmas trees, reindeer, green and red colored items and even candy canes, however, were not acceptable for the elementary school. The candy canes, according to KETV , were prohibited because Sinclair deemed them to have religious significance.
Candy canes were created as Christian symbols representing the blood and purity of Jesus. The peppermint-flavored, red-and-white-striped sugary candy cane can be found everywhere at Christmastime. In recent years several different stories have been advanced claiming that the candy cane was designed to be fraught with Christian religious symbolism, variously offering it as a secret form of identification used by European Christians during a time of persecution, a sweet treat created to induce children to behave well in church, or a confection dreamed up by a candymaker in Indiana to express his Christian faith:. A candymaker in Indiana wanted to make a candy that would be a witness, so he made the Christmas Candy Cane.