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Homemade Opera Cream Candy. Melt together three-fourths cup of milk, two cups sugar, two squares chocolate. Boil three or four minutes, flavor (with vanilla extract, if preferred) and set in cool place until absolutely cold, then beat until it becomes creamy.Where did opera creams originate?
The Lee's old fashioned opera creams recipe above was first published in 1895, and it could be one of the first homemade candy recipes for this quality confection that some say originated in the Cincinnati, Ohio area of the United States during the latter part of the 1800s.Why are Opera drops called Opera drops?
The most likely explanation is Opera Drops were quality cream-filled chocolates once sold during intermissions at the opera, and the word "opera" itself denotes class and richness. Quality confections such as these were once sold in confectionery shops as a luxurious treat affordable mostly to the well off.