Fabulous! Included this in my Christmas trays/baskets and it was voted new favorite of the year! I crushed my candies pretty fine and then sifted out the dust to sprinkle on top which gave it a great glittery look that was very pretty.
i love anything lemon. i use a high quality white chocolate as it's very fussy to cook with. i find trader joes white chocolate chips work great. this is so yuumy. especially when the weather warms up. it's refreshing and sweet/tart.
Perfect! Easy to make and very yummy! I chopped the lemon heads in the food processor, and had the whole batch done in less than 10 minutes. Hubby loved it. Thanks for a great recipe.
Excellent! I grated the lemon drops in my blender and it turned out perfect. I will make this again and might add a dash of lemon extract to it to intensify the lemon flavor.
Great find! Nice way to mix up the goodie bag. Thanks for sharing the recipe!
Totally awesome candy!! I made this and I love to eat a piece on a hot day as it is so refreshing!!! It will keep in the refrigerator for up to a year.....Very easy to make...Thanks for sharing this..
This is easy and delicious and a wonderful non-chocolate addition to a goody tray. I made this at Christmas, but it'd be delicious any time.
Such a great idea; a local chef featured this on the news @ noon, and I came right here for the recipe! Made for hubby to give away, and couldn't stop eating it! Thanks for posting riffraff!
I was hoping I could give this a higher rating, because DH loves white chocolate. He said he liked it, but it was much too rich. I think it needs more lemon pieces to balance the richness of the white chocolate. I'll make it again and be sure to add more pieces, because the idea behind this candy is excellent.
this was a big hit. I used Ghiradelli white chocolate from Trader Joe's and Lemonheads candies. Two of my neighbors asked for the recipe!