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    CANDY IS DANDY!

    Homemade candy is really dandy! Great for those days when you crave something sweet. Also good for gifts. Use candy papers that are available at most dollar stores. Place the candy on a pretty plate (paper, plastic, or a pretty china plate from a second hand store). Line the plate with a paper doily also available at the dollar store. Cover the plate with plastic wrap, add a bow and voila! Or use the candy papers and a pretty box from the dollar store; add a ribbon bow to match the colors on the box.
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    Recipe #472561

    A festive Christmas candy. Time does not include setting time.

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    Recipe #472564

    Another great Kraft recipe. A nice combination of chocolate and butterscotch chips with peanut butter, peanuts, and chow mein noodles. A great candy gift for special occasions or as a hostess gift. You can use candy papers that are available at most dollar stores. Place the candy on a pretty plate (paper, plastic, or a pretty china plate from a second hand store). Line the plate with a paper doily also available at the dollar store. Cover the plate with plastic wrap, add a bow and voila! Or use the candy papers and a pretty box from the dollar store. I think raisins would be a great addition or substitution for the peanuts if you like. I used a heavy-bottom pot over low heat to melt the ingredients instead of the microwave oven.

    Recipe #195770

    chocolate truffles made to perfection

    Recipe #472356

    Quick and easy. Instead of the cranberries you can make the 1/2 cup of fruit in to 1 cup, that is the original recipe, like the vegetable shortening. The yield will depend on how small or large you will cut the candy, so don't take any notice of what I have stated there.

    Recipe #48476

    1 Reviews |  By Damar12

    Hmmmmmmmmmmm ............ soooooooooo good.

    Recipe #49732

    1 Reviews |  By NovaLee

    These are so good! like a Kit Kat bar.

    Recipe #47505

    Donated by Keith Gaines at Rice Family of Dealerships. Good Christmas gift makes gift box. Good candy

    Recipe #77887

    These are the ultimate pralines, so buttery and just the right texture, this is one of my family's all-time favorite cookie. (note: since there is no baking time with these cookies... prep time is thermometer cooking time plus prep time)

    Recipe #78629

    A great gift giving treat.

    Recipe #141079

    This is from a can of sweetened condensed milk and it's super easy!

    Recipe #148550

    This is an ancient family recipe that has been adapted to a microwave. This is better than any peanut brittle you can buy at the store. Be careful its addictive

    Recipe #172372

    One of my grandmother's favorites, her recipe.

    Recipe #178590

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

    Recipe #191054

    I like to make these simple candies to add to my Christmas cookie trays.

    Recipe #190379

    Whenever I make this candy, people are amazed to learn that it is made with a potato. It is very sweet and rich and is best accompanied by a tall glass of milk. It's an old family recipe that my mother always made at Christmas time. I'm not sure from where it originated but suspect our Irish or Pennsylvania Dutch heritage.

    Recipe #226474

    My Granny's recipe, this one is guaranteed to go fast. Luckily it's super easy & quick to make! Note: do not use "natural-style" peanut butter. To get the correct consistency, you'll need something thick like Jif.

    Recipe #218998

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