Homemade Candy Recipes: 20 Old Fashioned Recipes for Chocolate Candy, Fudge & More
10 Easy Holiday Candy Recipes
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Not only are these easy holiday candy recipes a cinch to make, but you can also give them as gifts because let's be honest -- everyone loves an edible gift. Whether you're looking for a melt-in-your-mouth fudge recipe like our Holly Fudge or a timeless favorite like candy apples, we've got the best around.
Our Holly Fudge is a rich and creamy fudge with a Christmas touch to it. Red and green candied cherries make this fudge pretty enough to serve at a Christmas party or to give as sweet holiday gifts!
The slow cooker is ideal for candy making. It keeps chocolate at a constant temperature, so no reheating is necessary to get an even coating.
These melt-in-your mouth cookies taste as good as they look! Our Wrapped Candy Presents offer a tasty candy surprise inside each and every one. If you're looking for that perfect plate to put on your Christmas dessert table, this is the recipe for you.
J.M. Hirsch, author of the cookbook "High Flavor, Low Labor," shares his sinfully rich, incredibly easy Chocolate Cherry Truffles recipe with Mr. Food and his viewers. Yes, you can make your own homemade truffles and impress your gang anytime.
These colorful salty-sweet treats are a real crowd-pleaser. And who would believe they're so easy to make? You can even get your littlest elves to help you with this one.
These festival favorites are a cinch to make yourself! Our luscious homemade gooey caramel apples with a hint of almond crunch and the sweet surprise of chocolate will be an instant hit!
Not only does this Chocolate Wreath Fudge taste delicious, but it looks beautiful, too. It will add to your table decor until it gets eaten! For that extra festive touch, go ahead and add this wreath to your Christmas dinner table.
Sure, anybody can pick up a box of Cherry Cordials as a last-minute gift, but why would you when making them on your own is so easy, and much more special? Place this fancy Christmas candy on a pretty plate and get ready to soak up the compliments!
Keep 'em smiling from ear to ear with this Candy Cane Chocolate Bark full of cheer! Made with two kinds of chocolate and a holiday-favorite candy, this candy bark will definitely satisfy their holiday sweet tooth.
Our yummy Cashew Turtles are so easy to make and pack the pleasing contrast of smooth caramel and crunchy nuts. You can't go wrong with these mouthwatering treats!
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