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    That's right... Chocolate Butter! Excellent on bread, muffins, scones - anything you would normally spread butter on. While not exactly healthy I can't help but love this on toast with peanut butter.

    Recipe #140711

    Such an easy & quick candy, nice for any holiday thanks to the variety of holiday colors m&m's come in. This comes from an old magazine - was it Taste of Home or Quick Cooking? I can't remember, but they sure are tasty & cute! While the recipe calls for small pretzel rings, you'll get equally great results with mini twists and even Rold Gold butter checker pretzels if available in your neck of the woods.

    Recipe #77561

    Fast and easy when you don't have enough time to prepare cookies from scratch. If you mix them by hand, they will be flatter and more like a cookie. If you use a mixer, they will be puffier and more like cake. The cake-like version is good with a simple confectioner sugar & milk (or juice if you used an orange or lemon cake mix) glaze.

    Recipe #822

    Yummy Easy Fudge adapted from Rachael Ray's famous five minute recipe. This one is even easier - go figure!

    Recipe #158198

    This recipe makes delicious little fudge squares that would be excellent on a holiday cookie tray. They are SWEET but really flavorful. Perfect as small squares. If you like Chocolate and Cherries this recipe is for you. The candy bar was originally called Cherry Chase, and then Cherry Chaser, before becoming known as Cherry Mash. It can be found throughout the Midwest in most grocery and convenience stores and mass-merchandise outlets. I made them with pecans b/c I did not have peanuts and they were still delicious. I found the cherry chips at our Super Walmart next to the chocolate chips.

    Recipe #190639

    7 Reviews |  By Mirj

    These are easy and delicious. We prefer these rolled in ground almonds, although they are also great in coconut.

    Recipe #16474

    5 Reviews |  By BarbryT

    And, wow, does the Cointreau add a deliciousness! They are wonderful when initially made, even better after aging a couple of days.

    Recipe #217082

    Delicious peanut butter flavored fudge candy!

    Recipe #270322

    28 Reviews |  By Derf

    Tasty addition to a cookie tray, from Canadian Diabetes Association.

    Recipe #25431

    I don't know if people will thank me for posting this, or hunt me down because they've become addicted to them! These are so good, they should be illegal! These caramels are extremely fast to make and extremely good! I don't see why they couldn't be substituted in any recipe calling for store-bought wrapped caramels. They are a spinoff from the Creamy Caramel Microwave Popcorn recipe by VillageMom (recipe #104762). I love the caramel corn, but I love the caramel even more! I made these for candy trays I'm giving out for Christmas 2005, and liked it so much I figured I'd better post it...so I don't ever lose it or forget what I did! That and I need to share the addiction (insert evil laugh). Make sure you use GOOD QUALITY (Reynold's) heavy duty aluminum foil, as I used a cheaper brand that definitely wasn't the "heavy duty" it was advertised to be...and wound up picking aluminum foil pieces off of the caramel. The number of servings is approximate. Cooking time does not include time for the caramel to cool (before cutting)

    Recipe #149205

    These are so easy to make that the kids can help me prepare them. It is just as easy to make a wide variety of these fancy morsels which allows you to set forth an impressive candy tray. Also makes an excellent gift. I prefer to work in small batches but the recipe can certainly be doubled or tripled.

    Recipe #104941

    These are so fast and easy to make and look so pretty in a nice candy dish. This recipe only makes 1/2 pound (the program will not allow me a 1/2 so I put 1 pound...please ignore) so prepare to make a couple batches. They will go very fast.

    Recipe #15362

    11 Reviews |  By Mirj

    This is a really simple way of making nut brittle, without using a candy thermometer or doing any of the stage tests. A trick that I use is to line the cookie sheet with parchment paper so there's no sticky stuff to pry off and then wash up.

    Recipe #54557

    This is a quick recipe from "Better Homes and Gardens Christmas Cookies Special Publication 2000". I've made it a million times and my family thinks it takes alot of work to make them. SHHHHH!! I usually double the filling recipe and I pipe it into the tarts with my pastry bag (star tip) to make them look even more elegant. I also make them in advance and freeze them.

    Recipe #49467

    This is from a lady who lived to 101 and made this often for her assisted living home buddies.

    Recipe #279623

    2 Reviews |  By s. anne

    These cookies have the sweetest hint of maple flavor, with a delectable sugar cookie-esque base. Not too hard and not too cakey. Delicious! Perfect for the fall season (or anytime for that matter!)

    Recipe #261488

    Why not have a chocolate butter? Can you imagine how wonderful it will taste on a slice of egg bread toast? I tasted it as I made it but from then on I resisted.

    Recipe #157501

    17 Reviews |  By Rita~

    These are soft chewy,chocolate covered cherry cookies! Drizzled with white and semi sweet chocolate. Quick and easy to make and eat!

    Recipe #147427

    This cookie has some Christmas spice to it. I think it would be great with a nice cup of tea! Watch out, they are addicting!

    Recipe #272210

    These are so good, and so easy to make, they don't take more than 15 minutes to make in total, these are extremely addictive, you won't be able to stop eating them lol! You can sub whipping cream for the evaporated milk, I have done this a few times, and it seems to work just fine, also you can use 1/2 cup white sugar and 1/2 cup light brown sugar if desired. Just remember to leave the mixture sit in the pot or bowl for about 10 minutes or longer to allow the mixture to firm up. If desired chill the balls firsty and then coat in melted semi-sweet chocolate...YUMMMMMM!

    Recipe #76337

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