Sugar Daddy slow-cooked caramel pops provide long-lasting, sweet tooth-pleasing comfort, the perfect go-anywhere candy treat. The Sugar Mama was a chocolate covered Sugar Daddy. Gradually add condensed milk/heavy cream mixture so that it always has a slight boil. They are a Jamaican confection originally developed in 1935 by the James O. Welch Co. Sugar Babies were named after a song called "Let Me Be Your Sugar Baby.". Sugar Babies are bite-sized, pan-coated, chewy milk caramel sweets which are relatively soft to chew. Welch sold it to Nabisco in 1963. Once all the cream mixture is added (clean measuring cup for later use) attach Candy Thermometer so that it is NOT touching the bottom, but is completely covered by the caramel mixture. Sugar Babies were originally made in 1937 by the James O. Welch Company. Not only was he the producer of the whole Sugar Family (Sugar Daddy and Sugar Mama and later Sugar Step-Mama) but also Junior Mints and Milk Duds as well as a long-gone line of fudge bars. Pop) Enjoy satisfying, milk caramel goodness with Sugar Daddy, America's oldest and most popular milk caramel lollipop. Make sure you are stirring constantly. Sugar Daddy (0.45 oz. The company was purchased by Nabisco in 1963. I often got Sugar Mamas because they were the best of both worlds - the intense caramel flavor plus the chocolatey coating that made it feel more like a candy bar. It was part of the Sugar family which was headed by the excellent Sugar Daddy and included the wee Sugar Babies. Continue to stir until you reach desired temperature.