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    My recipe is always made from my heart there the best. Try this one and I've got you! @crazy@nd delicious.

    Recipe #88442

    5 Reviews |  By 1Steve

    A nice Holiday candy treat. Combines the holiday tradition of fudge candy with the flavor of apple pie!

    Recipe #46041

    This is the easiest fudge... recipe can be changed to suit the alcohol you like e.g. Rum, Brandy, Kahula, Whiskey are all the types of alcohol I have used. Favourite Nuts may be added, thinned with a little cream it can be changed into a sauce to top Ice Cream or used as a frosting, endless uses. Enjoy

    Recipe #122457

    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

    A different kind of fudge! Cook time is the blueberry drying time.

    Recipe #112050

    this recipe makes a lot..great for gift giving or the buffet tray

    Recipe #125518

    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

    A Caramel lover's dream.

    Recipe #243966

    4 Reviews |  By Mercy

    I haven't tried this recipe out yet, but it sounds absolutely sinful!

    Recipe #100021

    Kids love these. Flavor can easily be changed. Guessing at the cooking time.

    Recipe #83044

    Make one of your favorite candy bars at home!

    Recipe #70274

    A beautiful little cookie for cookie trays and holidays. Very simple to make yet very elegant.

    Recipe #40365

    Yummy...my Mom has been making this for years during the holidays, and they were always the first candy to go.

    Recipe #107126

    4 Reviews |  By alijen

    Chocolate, caramel, pecans... wonderful! So easy, from Old Fashioned Living.

    Recipe #111031

    7 Reviews |  By Mirj

    These are easy and delicious. We prefer these rolled in ground almonds, although they are also great in coconut.

    Recipe #16474

    I love chocolate covered cherries,and these are so easy to make.I make them every Christmas and Valentines Day

    Recipe #17038

    this is just like when I was a kid making mud pies...cookie balls are formed by quickly breaking up warm chocolate chip cookies, pressing them into balls and refrigerating them till firm, then dipping them into more melted chocolate coating...this the mud ball stage..you can never have too much chocolate...

    Recipe #129924

    5 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    Delicate chocolate curls to garnish desserts, or to decorate cakes. Method found in an old issue of Good Housekeeping magazine. This recipe should provide enough curls to entirely cover a 2-layer cake. Adjust as necessary for desired amount of curls. ***NOTE***After submitting this recipe, I was informed that single ingredient recipes are not approved for this site. Therefore, the toothpick was added to the ingredient list. This toothpick is only used as a tool to lift the curls, as the heat of your hands will melt the delicate chocolate. The curls will not stand up to being punctured by the toothpick. They are adhered to the cake using the fresh frosting as glue.

    Recipe #105466

    65 Reviews |  By Rita~

    These are lighter then the ones without the Rice Krispies. I got the recipe from the "Classic Holiday Cooking" cook book. You can shape into eggs for Easter!

    Recipe #47637

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