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    Almost like peanut brittle but with that home made taste.

    Recipe #193417

    This was in my grandma's handwritten collection. I made this last year at Christmas and it was gone instantly.

    Recipe #191054

    Amber and Zach's Kisses

    Recipe #243

    I found this recipe in Home Cooking magazine. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping. I plan to use Splenda for the sugar.

    Recipe #361850

    I saw this on an episode of "The Baby Story" a long time ago and dug it out when it was time for my sister's baby shower. Very cute placed on the guest tables at baby showers or on the food buffet table. Also good for playing the "Can't Say the Word" shower game (where every guest is given an item, sometimes it's a clothespin, and they are instructed at the beginning of the shower that they can't say a certain word. each time a guest says that word in conversation to another guest, the offending person must surrender their item/clothespin to the person that caught them. The person with the most items at the end of the shower wins.).

    Recipe #112525

    56 Reviews |  By Lennie

    When I used to regularly do Christmas craft shows, I always sold this packaged up in Christmas tins; it was a big seller for me. My SIL always hoped it wouldn't sell well, though, so she could eat what didn't sell! Based on a Bonnie Stern recipe.

    Recipe #48331

    The original recipe called for 4 jars of peanut butter and made 144 cookies. I'v scaled it down. You might want to freeze the balls before dipping them in the chocolate.

    Recipe #253033

    I got this recipe from the Land O'Lakes website many years ago, and they have been part of my annual Christmas baking for many, many years now. I really love these for many reasons. First, they're very tasty. Also, they are simple to make as candy goes. The key to dipping them in the chocolate is being sure the bonbon candies are fully chilled (or they'll start to melt in the hot chocolate, making it difficult to retain their shape). But it's also quite a versatile recipe. I've replaced the standard vanilla extract with other flavors to come up with different flavored bon bons. If you want, you can even add finely chopped nuts. The possiblities are endless. Cooking time is actually the minimum necessary chilling time.

    Recipe #322994

    2 Reviews |  By PaulaG

    I was looking through an old Mexican cookbook I have and found this recipe. For those of you who have made Miss Annie's Chocolate Flan Cake without cajeta, please try it with. I have made it both ways and the cajeta is definitely richer. This is also called Leche Quemada (burnt milk), though, in fact, the milk is not burned, but cooked to a soft caramel. In addition to using for the cake, this can be spread on bread, biscuits or as a topping for ice cream.

    Recipe #107542

    These taste a lot like the Take 5 candy bars, which are my hubby's favorite. The dipping chocolate can be a bit messy and time consuming, but it is worth it! Make the bunch and share or freeze to have a constant supply!

    Recipe #215665

    Is it your birthday? It would be a great time to make chocolate brandy balls. Ok -- any excuse would do to make chocolate brandy balls. My secret? A little sip of Harvey's Bristol Cream on the side. Ok...on the side, in the kitchen, on the back porch...wherever. Enjoy!

    Recipe #236544

    In my quest for cranberry recipes, I came across this little gem. Try it, you'll like it! From the Wisconsin State Cranberry Growers Association. This fits into the Mid West, New England and Canadian regions.

    Recipe #111838

    I love this recipe because it is so easy to make and yet it always gets 'oohs' when people see the candies and 'aahs' when they taste them! I've gotten several z-mails asking about the candy coating. They are wafers that you melt to then dip candies into to coat them. They are usually sold in the candy section of craft or baking stores. I've seen them in the candy making section of Wal-Mart also. If you look at the ingredients photo on Recipe #104941, you'll see a photo of them. They are a different 'stiffness' than white chocolate chips but some reviews have successfully used those when they can't find the candy coating. Hope that helps!

    Recipe #4075

    6 Reviews |  By Saturn

    I adopted this recipe from the RecipeZaar account. I have not had a chance to make this myself. If you are finding that your chocolate is going to hard, melt in a tbsp (or maybe even less) of shortening. That will make the chocolate stay soft. I got that trick from Recipe #89167.

    Recipe #79500

    I'm a WW member and this is a wonderful treat to keep on hand when I HAVE to have a chocolate fix. It cost me only one point and I feel like I've gotten away with cheating

    Recipe #315192

    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

    This is my favorite gift to give during the holidays. (When I give it away in holiday tins the tins keep coming back for refills =) This makes a large batch...enough to fill 5-6 one-gallon storage bags.

    Recipe #79290

    This strawberry shaped confection is a tasty and pretty addition to your Christmas trays.

    Recipe #102563

    2 Reviews |  By Andeey

    I made these for Christmas and they were everyones FAVORITE! The taste like Mounds Bars...BUT BETTER! Even if you don't like coconut you HAVE to try these! It makes it easier to form them into balls if you refrigerate the dough for awhile first. Oh, and I like to store these in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #202270

    A recipe that sounds good and easy, found on the internet.

    Recipe #370994

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