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    Stuff yourself with sweets...you deserve it!
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    32 Reviews |  By Brenda

    I came up with this last year to satisfy my husbands love for coconut! It is delicious! Enjoy!

    Recipe #16037

    From a Pillsbury holiday cookbook, these simple candies are quick, easy and delicious.

    Recipe #147861

    This is an easy recipe and does not require a candy thermometer. Creamy Dark Chocolate Fudge

    Recipe #2189

    8 Reviews |  By HopeK

    Easy, quick traditional fudge recipe.

    Recipe #15155

    This is so easy and yet it is probably the best fudge I've ever had. I usually omit the pecans. My niece used this recipe, substituting 3-4 drops peppermint extract for the orange zest, and earned a blue ribbon at the county fair. Even my 12-16 year old 4H girls had no problems making it. Note: make sure you use fresh orange zest. Dried will make the fudge bitter. Also make sure you don't get any of the bitter white part of the rind when you are zesting your orange.

    Recipe #98783

    Visions of sugarplums dancing in my head! A sweet gift, so easy to make, the kids can help! A lovely addition to a cookie tray, and healthy too! Adapted from American Profile magazine.

    Recipe #261625

    A Caramel lover's dream.

    Recipe #243966

    These are not your ordinary peanut butter cups. The filling is creamy, smooth and oh so good. I was looking for a recipe close to what I could get at Rocky Mountain Chocolate before they changed the recipe and ruined them. While making buckeyes I got the inspiration to try. I find buckeyes too sweet and they don't have as big a peanut butter flavor as I was craving. This is what I came up with. Close in my opinion but then again it's been nearly 7 years since I had one from Rocky Mountain Chocolate. But these sure do fill the void. These are meant to be rich and decadent. The use of silicon cups makes it much easier to coat with chocolate than paper would be. When you peel back the silicon, you're left with a perfect beautiful rippled cup. It leaves you thinking "did I really make these". I experimented with the chocolate. I preferred milk chocolate to semi sweet chocolate chips. I used Belgian fondue chocolate (comes in wafers), it melted easier and smoother than chocolate chips. The chips melted in your hands fast and was a little more messy to eat. I also preferred regular peanut butter to light. It gave me the consistency I desired. But use what you like. Makes 12 but you might want to share one with a friend, or maybe not!

    Recipe #230137

    This is a yummy, simple recipe that I got from a sweet friend.

    Recipe #136425

    1 Reviews |  By NovaLee

    These are so good! like a Kit Kat bar.

    Recipe #47505

    Got this recipe from Southern Living a few years back and I get more requests for it for Christmas gifts than anything....

    Recipe #193285

    Milk Chocolate Fudge with Marshmallows and Pecans.

    Recipe #224982

    18 Reviews |  By Lennie

    One of my favourites to make during the holidays.

    Recipe #12910

    Who doesn't love orange sticks?

    Recipe #202776

    From The Cereal Lover's Cookbook, this candy is really simple to make and tastes better than chocolate-covered cherries. The cooking time is actually chilling time.

    Recipe #174021

    4 Reviews |  By Lali

    Marzipan that can be "molded" into the little fruit, veggie shapes.

    Recipe #12104

    8 Reviews |  By Saturn

    This is from a REALLY old edition of Reader's Digest. I request this for my birthday instead of a cake. I think it is divine. Very rich though, beware! I usually omit the nuts and it still turns out just fine. (Cook time is chill time)

    Recipe #141479

    What is Maple Snow Candy? It is pure maple syrup over lightly packed, clean snow. Wait till it hardens, which is almost immediately, and then you pick it up with a spoon or eat it like a lollypop. When you get new maple syrup, it is just yummy and the kids love to do this. It sure is a treat. If you don't have snow, vanilla ice cream will work fine.

    Recipe #215542

    If you love caramel candies, this recipe will be like heaven to you! It is soft and wonderful. I use it to make homemade turtles candy, but you can use it to make anything you want. It is EXCELLENT!! Note: I like to use a metal spatula to stir with so it helps keep it from burning.

    Recipe #102501

    I'm on a no-bake summer quest!! Cook time is chill time.

    Recipe #32156

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