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    Just like a payday candy bar. My family eats this up!!

    Recipe #18719

    All I have to say, is that I'm obsessed with this recipe... I've never tasted better fudge! It's so good... although it's VERY sweet and VERY rich! Prep time includes chill time.

    Recipe #43703

    This is the easiest!!! Use dark or milk chocolate to your taste! You can be adventurous and add nuts.

    Recipe #508992

    Very simple fudge recipe. No candy thermometer is necessary! Great for beginner candy makers.

    Recipe #278812

    This log looks amazing cut into slices. Choose a good quality chocolate for this recipe. I use this recipe sometimes as a christmas log. Some amaretti biscuits are naturally gluten free because they are made with apricot kernels, sugar and egg whites so this can easily become a wheat free recipe.

    Recipe #374912

    Mario Batali's recipe for Italian almond brittle using almond oil.

    Recipe #274654

    These apricot balls are delicious and so easy to make, just process and roll into small balls, warning, you better make lots they are very addictive lol!

    Recipe #77557

    5 Reviews |  By Annacia

    Figs, dates, pomegranates and grapes were the only fruits that could be grown in the hot climate. From: Ancient Egyptian Food and Drink. This recipe was from 1600BC and was found on an ostraca. *NOTE* There are no times given but I'm thinking it would go pretty quickly with the food processor.

    Recipe #229292

    So easy because you flavor the chocolate with preserves. Only 4 ingredients! Plus the cocoa :-) Haven't tried these yet. Cook time is the chill time. Found in Hometown Cooking Feb 2001.

    Recipe #370622

    Cherries covered with chocolate. A bitter but sweet taste.

    Recipe #118300

    What a great twist on salted caramel....the bourbon!!!! I took this out of the December 2013 Bon Appetit.

    Recipe #509912

    these can be made without alchohol too. Just omit that step.

    Recipe #402821

    What could be a more romantic way to end a dinner than with truffles. I came across this quote recently- "The truffle is not exactly an aphrodisiac, but it tends to make women more tender and men more likeable." - by French gastronome Brillat-Savarin

    Recipe #131413

    For the kid in the adult

    Recipe #89373

    These are so good, and best of all they are quick and easy to make. They are also very easy to double...and believe me, after you taste these you will wish you had doubled the recipe...I hope you enjoy these amazing squares as much as we do. Please note* there is no baking time.

    Recipe #200174

    This recipe keeps the jalapenos in better looking slices in the jar. Recipe courtesy of http://www.foodiewithfamily.com/2010/05/23/candied-jalapenos/

    Recipe #453141

    I found this in Martha Stewart Living magazine. Easy and yummy! These are great to eat out of hand or as a topping for cakes, over parfaits, etc. Rooted in Asian cuisine, but also Spanish!

    Recipe #176708

    from Living on a Dime website. Haven't tried it but it looks promising. Keeps one week or can be frozen.

    Recipe #199538

    Someone gave us a gift of these delicious orange slices. These tangy oranges and creamy chocolate are an unbeatable combination. They look fancy and colorful, and are easy to make. A Christmas favorite. These do take a while to make but are well worth it. The orange slices are delicious even without the chocolate. Drying time not included in time. NOTE: When cooking the orange slices DO-NOT STIR. If someone is helping you make sure they do not stir just them push down on the orange slices as recipe says. :) I cut the slices in half again after cooking.

    Recipe #144348

    from rachel ray magazine october 2010. like the old school candy buttons you'd pull of of the long white paper strips! :) time is 30 minutes prep time, NOT including standing time. playing with different food colorings is highly encouraged!! i cant wait to add my own flavorings!! :)

    Recipe #466557

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