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    Candies!

    I make candies for Christmas. I'll be trying these out this year!
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    Candy

    Recipe #12309

    Delectable rich chocolaty truffles with a smooth centre and crunchy coating. Look great, taste amazing!

    Recipe #268492

    Haven't tried these as yet, they look like a good treat to make for the holidays. Prep time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #146443

    This comes from the new Taste of Home. Haven't tried them yet, but want to post them to save the recipe on Zaar!! I love truffles, so will be making them for my gift trays this season. Cooking/prep times are approximate due to chilling, etc.

    Recipe #105431

    I ripped this out of a magazine I was finished with while traveling abroad... they looked so tempting.I'm not a big fan of white chocolate or coconut flavour but made them for a party and thought hubby would love them... well, shock ! they were the surprise hit of the party & I really like these too :) They made it into my family handwritten recipe book. It's easy to make and can be made in advance, both major points for making it onto my menu's. Recipe calls for Coconut essence and I can't get it here in The Netherlands ... it probably makes the taste a little less intense. You choose .. if you are a true fan of coconut throw it in, if you don't have it or like the taste as much, I wouldn't worry at all about not adding it. Enjoy ! Note: butter measurement 150g = 5 1/4 oz and chocolate measurement 375g = 13 1/4 oz.

    Recipe #90838

    9 Reviews |  By Steve_G

    From a candy newsletter that I get, looks awsome

    Recipe #45370

    I’m not very good at making cakes so whenever I needed to bring a plate of sweets to a morning or afternoon tea, I would make these. They are so easy to make. My daughter helps me rolled the coconut on the balls. Enjoy.

    Recipe #185155

    I like this recipe cause it's all there - very simple instructions, and lots of interesting variations once you master the basic recipe. Truffles are wonderful confections to make at home - not difficult at all. From Food and Wine magazine. Rolling time not included.

    Recipe #108050

    From Kraft. I can't wait to make them for the kids as a special treat! A perfect Valentine surprise. Cook time is cooling time. (I loved the idea the first reviewer had and wanted to add it to the recipe itself, "Substituting crisped cereal for the pecans would make it special for the little ones who are allergic to nuts" Thanks ohgal for such a great suggestion!)

    Recipe #155324

    Saw this on the Barefoot Contessa Inactive Prep Time: 1 hour 30 minutes Yield: 60 truffles

    Recipe #75317

    Peanut Butter and Chocolate are just 2 of my taste addictions. These truffles are fantastic, better than the peanut butter cups I used to devour while I was growing up.

    Recipe #66218

    These are so easy to make and so easy to eat! Cookies and Cream in truffle form. Divine!

    Recipe #87967

    2 Reviews |  By CoffeeB

    Peanut butter and pretzels....yum!!! Prep time includes waiting time.

    Recipe #277639

    A co-worker gave me this recipe. You can use any flavor cake mix and icing you choose. My preference is lemon, but I have used a red velvet mix and tinted almond bark with green coloring for christmas. You must refrigerate cake mix in order to roll into balls. I find it is easier to work with half of cake and leave other half in the freezer while dipping. Have fun experimenting with different flavors.

    Recipe #57716

    9 Reviews |  By ReeLani

    Ah Mackinac Island, a Michigan tourism paradise known for its horse-drawn carriages, lilacs, the Grand Hotel [scene of the movie "Somewhere In Time"] and, oh yes, fudge. Wander through the streets and about every 3rd or 4th shop you pass will be a fudge shop, and you'll usually be able to watch the freshly boiled up fudge being spread and cooled on a marble slab. It's strangely addicting watching this process, and if you hang around awhile you'll get a sample eventually. This recipe purports to be an authentic version, though no particular fudge shop was mentioned as owning the recipe. The initial recipe is for a vanilla fudge. Chocolate fudge and peanut butter fudge variations follow, so read through the entire recipe if you want to make either of those flavors.

    Recipe #228111

    If you like mint, you'll love this fudge. I got it from Taste of Home. The prep and cook times do not include cooling time.

    Recipe #200317

    6 Reviews |  By Rita~

    Good thing Eve didn't have this to dip her apple into or we'd be in a lot of trouble. This is Sinfully, yummy, rich, dreamy & creamy. Great for GODDESS parties! Use to dip rims of martini glasses, top your favorite ice cream. Or if with your favorite someone use as body paint. Caramel is a passion in Argentina, where dulce de leche is originated. This is made in an entirely different manner, then we are used to. Sweet milk (sweetened, condensed milk) is simmered until it becomes thick and golden brown. The resulting caramel has a sweet, milky flavor and a thick, fudge-like texture. This is what dulce de leche ice cream is all about. Try caramel cheesecake. Or use like a fondue by dipping cookies or fruit into it. It's time consuming but very easy. Can be made plain or flavored with vanilla bean (you can see the specks of beans in the pictures) or citrus zest. Try instant coffee/espresso, chocolate, coconut endless possibilities.

    Recipe #234433

    I clipped this recipe from a December 1983 issue of The Charlotte (NC) Observer, which was running a contest to see who made the best fudge. This recipe won in the "Plain Chocolate Fudge" category (no additives such as nuts). I made this for presents at the holidays and now my grown kids are making it for gifts themselves. I buy disposable aluminum pans approx 5x8-inch so I can just wrap them up and give them as gifts. This recipe makes three pans-full.... or two 8x8-inch pans of fudge.

    Recipe #117049

    Wonderful as gifts during the holidays.

    Recipe #15368

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