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    For naughty boys and girls! Found this in my local paper years ago. From Martha Stewart. The packaging ideas are endless! (*The only thing not mentioned in the original directions is the greasing of the foil lined pan. I always spray well with cooking spray to make removing the candy easier.)

    Recipe #271904

    1 Reviews |  By HDMac

    This is nummy! Always gets reviews.

    Recipe #79479

    Peanut Butter lovers, this is perfect for you. Very rich flavor. Can't stop eating.....

    Recipe #49596

    I got this recipe from a student's process speech more than 30 years ago, and I've never found one I like better. A great Christmas gift, especially if you have a low-cost source for the nuts.

    Recipe #27367

    "Several people have asked how to make traditional clear toy candy. It is so simple that anyone can do it, but remember it is dangerous so no small children please. You will need: a pan, a candy thermometer, clear corn syrup, sugar, and water. No flavoring please - that is why it has a unique flavor. You may also add a small amount of red food coloring and if you are not very traditional you may use green food coloring which came into use in the 1920's. If you add no coloring it will turn out a beautiful amber." This is from the original poster when I did a hunt for it because making the candy was a big question for some friends.

    Recipe #139685

    1 Reviews |  By MarielC

    Got this from the Sue Bee Honey web site but took out margarine which I never cook with.

    Recipe #222659

    I copied this recipe off the back of a jar of marshmallow cream. The recipe was for chocolate-walnut fudge. I just change the flavor of the candy chips for different flavors. It is a no fail recipe and always comes out the way you think fudge should.

    Recipe #15304

    This is an easy candy recipe for children to help with

    Recipe #118649

    Someone gave us a gift of these delicious orange slices. These tangy oranges and creamy chocolate are an unbeatable combination. They look fancy and colorful, and are easy to make. A Christmas favorite. These do take a while to make but are well worth it. The orange slices are delicious even without the chocolate. Drying time not included in time. NOTE: When cooking the orange slices DO-NOT STIR. If someone is helping you make sure they do not stir just them push down on the orange slices as recipe says. :) I cut the slices in half again after cooking.

    Recipe #144348

    1 Reviews |  By MK Lady

    I love caramel corn and think this is the best I've ever had!

    Recipe #252184

    7 Reviews |  By Rita~

    I found this at a Creme de Menthe sight! Quick and easy! Great for St. Patty's Day! If you use white creme de menthe Just add green food coloring. But I make them during Christmas!The picture shows them rolled in 1/2 cup pwdered sugar and 1 tablespoon cocoa.

    Recipe #55227

    This is a very popular recipe in my family...everyone loves these cookies.

    Recipe #9274

    My Valentine's Day indulgence.

    Recipe #37680

    Hershey's Kissables color these cookies to look like a rainbow of color!!

    Recipe #162555

    Traditional Cookie Bake Favorite. A delicious butter cookie that has a Maraschino cherry center.

    Recipe #196971

    Recipe #196973

    After making 3 different types of persimmon cookies today, these were clearly the favorites. Katherine Hakins Armstrong won the Indianapolis Star's 2005 Holiday Cookie Contest with this recipe. I used a mixture of chopped dates, dried apricots, and raisins, as I did not have enough raisins to make 1 cup. You may want to reduce the oven temperature as I found my cookies darkened too quickly at 375. I would also suggest using a lightly greased cookie sheet. Recipe listed is the original recipe.

    Recipe #195269

    From BH&G Biggest Book of Cookies. I made these tonight after cries of "What's for dessert?" They're all gone. For an extra little treat, make these with the new Hershey's Kisses filled with caramel. YUM! YUM!

    Recipe #90878

    59 Reviews |  By Caryn

    My favorite cookie to make at Christmas. Love the butter and almond flavor.

    Recipe #23746


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