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    Easy to create and they make great presents!

    Recipe #444489

    This is one of my Christmas staples and I'm putting it here so I'll never lose it.

    Recipe #444060

    This is a Christmas tradition at my house.

    Recipe #444061

    So delightful for any chocolate lover!! M-m-m-m-m-m good!! Found this in our local paper - found a lot of good recipes there!!

    Recipe #443961

    Found on TOH...intriguing idea for a brittle.

    Recipe #366128

    Recipe #443029

    The classic recipes for buckeyes I’ve found on the web use up to twice the amount of powdered sugar (yes, 6 cups) and two full sticks of butter for the same amount of peanut butter. This variation is less aggressively sweet, with a little tang from cream cheese and warm flavors from the graham crumbs. The only thing I wished it had was salt — perhaps a quarter teaspoon? Maybe a half teaspoon of something light and flaky? I think that salt really brings out the flavor in a peanut butter candy (try just the peanut butter portion of a Reese’s peanut butter cup alone if you don’t believe me), especially against a chocolate coating.

    Recipe #441382

    I made chocolate dipped candied orange peels and with the leftover chocolate I made these drops. They are yummy and go well with autumn and winter celebrations.

    Recipe #81523

    This is a yummy candy that I make each year to put in amongst (if that is a word) my cookies on the trays. It came from a Better Homes & Garden Candy Cookbook back in the '60s. It is one that is easy to make and comes out great every time. It is very tasty and has a great crunch if you are sure to bring it to the hard crack stage.

    Recipe #438245

    This is a very good recipe adapted from Taste of Home and excellent dessert to make as a gift for family and friends for the Holidays. Enjoy them.

    Recipe #437933

    This is quick good finger food without roasting marshmallows but I really love to pop them in the microwave for a minute or eat them hot. Good for make ahead parties but they go quick. The time is for firming.

    Recipe #434497

    from "citrus and candy" -

    Recipe #433832

    1 Reviews |  By Srqchic

    This is the best fudge I have ever had. I begged my cousin for the recipe.

    Recipe #410164

    3 ingredients and the microwave and you'll be in fudge Heaven! This is really good, melt in your mouth good!

    Recipe #404827

    A Symphony or rather a selection of fresh cream chocolate truffles, this is my basic recipe with a few indulgent added extras.......such as toasted almonds, stem ginger with brandy or rum! These decadent rich truffles are perfect to finish of a dinner party with, especially if you serve them on a Truffle Tree - Recipe #270171 Do try to use very high quality minimum 70% solids chocolate, it really does make such a difference to the taste. They also freeze very well - which means you can make them in advance and at leisure; they only take about 1 hour to defrost at room temperature.

    Recipe #271012

    This is like eating home made york peppermint patties. So very delicious and easy to make.

    Recipe #356459

    I have made this recipe for years as one of the items on my Christmas trays I give to friends and family. It has become a most requested item. It is very easy!

    Recipe #403876

    I can't take any credit for this, and I'm sure this recipe has been made over and over, but, I always like to pass it on. At work, I used to take batches in every Christmas, and I was surprised to see how many people had never tried this simple recipe. For those who know me on Zaar, they know I DON'T like to bake and don't unless I have to. I'll bake cookies or a pie at Christmas, and I do bake these "TWO" cakes; rum and eggnog, and beer bread, but that is about the extent of it. Don't get me wrong, I can when I have to ... I just would rather cook. So I have been making this fudge for some 25 years. A simple mix of Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk and Morsels (any flavor). So, below is the basic recipe and some of my favorites. The best part is ... have fun with flavorings and added ingredients (extracts or liquors and dried fruits, nuts, coconut, etc). A quick 3 minutes in the microwave and then poured in a square 8x8 pan lined with foil or parchment and let cool. The easiest fudge around.

    Recipe #403633

    This is the fudge recipe my mom and I make every single Christmas! We put it in a large jelly roll pan for cooling. It makes less (but thicker) bars in a smaller pan. But will all fit in a 9x13 cake pan or a large jelly roll. The serving size will depend on how you use them and the amount made depends on how big you cut the squares. There are similar recipes on this site that I have tried and in my opnion none taste as good or work as well as this one! The chocolate chips I can never find in a 6 oz package I just use 1.5 of the 12oz packages! Don't bother cutting this in half -- just send some to your work, your spouse's work or you kid's school -- it will be gone in no time! I sent some with DH to work a few days ago (an entire batch) and it was gone two hours, before 11am!

    Recipe #403698

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