I love almond flavor. One day while making my easy Holiday fudge, I tried experimenting with almond extract, and leftover maraschino cherries. Everyone loved the results. It's so easy to whip up, when you get a chocolate craving.
I love butterscotch. It has such a completely different flavor than caramel. This cookie recipe is easy and the only thing you'd really have to have special is the butterscotch chips. If you're a butterscotch lover like me, a bag of those little chips always stay on the pantry shelf. It is different, tho...it has cocoa powder in it. Number of cookies depends on the size of your tablespoon!
This is a recipe from a Chatalaine Magazine that I had.I havent made this one yet but will make it for Eastertime. These can be rolled in icing sugar or granulated sugar.
Time does not include refrigeration time.
Many requests for the recipe came after making these for hubby's office for Xmas. There are other similiar recipes on Zaar but none are exactly made like these are. Hubby and I could not stop eating the second batch I made until they were all gone. This is from Homemade Favorites 2004, Robin Hood pamphlet.
Creamy. Soft. Peanut Buttery. My sister-in-law gave me this recipe nearly 30 years ago, and my family and friends have insisted that I make multiple batches of it during the Holidays ever since. They’ve been known to monitor the amount they each receive in goodie packages, and to actually fight over it. I usually omit the nuts, so that the creamy, melt in your mouth texture isn’t hindered.
Marbled orange and white fudge that tastes just like a creamsicle. I have revised this recipe over the years and this is my latest version -- it's less sweet than the original. When you dump it in the bowl, it might look as if you've failed, however, it smooth up as it sets.