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    These are so good. I have to make 2 dozen for my grandmother every Christmas and she refuses to share them. She actually hides them and pulls them out one at a time! I really have no idea how many this makes as I usually double or triple the recipe. Also it depends on how much of the center you like . UPDATE: some people have had difficulty with the filling being to runny....adding more powdered sugar is not going to alter the taste so feel free to add another 1/2 c to a cup with out worry :)

    Recipe #145411

    This Nut Cups recipe is from my Great Aunt Millie. Alot of my families recipes were passed down from generation to generation. Several years ago, I revised my grandmothers recipes and added more of my own and my families and put them into a cookbook for safe keeping. This is just one of the many dessert recipes that has been handed down. I hope you enjoy them.

    Recipe #192279

    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

    These are amazing! Better than York's because the chocolate is so much thicker. The yield is a guess as the recipe is from a friend who made them at Christmas and gave them as gifts. Fortunately, I was one of the recipients. This recipe has been updated to add more details after questions from reviewers. Cooking time is really drying time for the centers.

    Recipe #101027

    27 Reviews |  By Sherie

    Cracker Candy

    Recipe #15098

    I often made this variation of the familiar candy as a Christmas treat for my second grade classes at school. It's a great way to use up candy canes. I liked best to press the mixture out to a thickness of 1/2- to 3/4-inch. I chose outline type cookie cutters to cut into individual pieces. The new Comfort-Grip cutters from Wilton are ideal for this. Wish I'd had them then!

    Recipe #148339

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

    Recipe #191054

    This is my mom's recipe and it truly is a cinch to make. But, you MUST have all your ingredients measured out and waiting prior to starting. There's no time in between steps for measuring! The most difficult thing is cleaning the bowl in between batches! Good luck and enjoy!

    Recipe #58383

    While looking for a nobake cookie I found this for the kids to try.... I did change the powder sugar from 1 lb to 2 cups. We fount it too sweet for us. You might want to taste after the 2 cups and add some more.

    Recipe #163372

    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

    3 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    My mother has used this recipe at Christmas since the mid 80's. You can substitute chocolate candy coating for the chocolate frosting. Cook time includes time for coating to set.

    Recipe #71689

    This is a delicious candy for the holiday season, and is a real hit at school concession stands. I got the recipe from my sister-in-law's mother-in -law. It does take some time, but is well worth the effort. I double the recipe to use a whole can of sweetened condensed milk.

    Recipe #179979

    Don't remember where I got this recipe. I haven't timed how long it takes to prepare this so time is a guess. The recipes says it makes 150 bon-bons but the yield depends on the size you make them.

    Recipe #179718

    One of my grandmother's favorites, her recipe.

    Recipe #178590

    If you are a lover of coconut like myself, then I know you will really love these! ... and they are so easy to make with just 5 ingredients! Make certain the the coconut is soft and fresh, and not hard and dry. If you find that the coconut is shredded too large, just pulse in the food processor for just a few seconds.

    Recipe #126337

    One of the yummiest candy recipes from my mom's collection. I like it with pecans, but it was meant for cashews or peanuts. I'm guessing any salted nut would be fabulous!

    Recipe #177344

    This came from an episode from food network. This is a cute and festive kid pleaser. A real creative way to make a treat and a party favor all in one. Can be served for birthday parties, holidays or even bake sales. This recipe allows you to add your own creative flare.I find that the candy coating from the craft store is easier to work with.You will also need goody bags and 1 large bag of mini packs of candy such as smarties, m&m's, or twizzlers e.t.c.

    Recipe #101710

    Very sweet treat with only three ingrediets. Because they are so rich, this recipe only makes eight. If your chips are old, a tiny bit of butter will help them melt more smoothly.

    Recipe #155409

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

    Recipe #102563

    Note your microwave needs to be 750 to 950 watt. If your microwave is higher need to lower your cooking times and if your microwave is less you will need to increase your cooking time. I'm sorry I did not update this sooner.

    Recipe #15886

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