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    I wanted a white fudge, as in, without chocolate. This one is perfect, because you get the added flavour of Irish cream! So soft it melts in your mouth. (Original from Anna Olsen).

    Recipe #203611

    This is the simplest and one of the most classic fudges to make--so good!

    Recipe #200510

    The mix of salty and sweet here is so good--because the salt makes your mouth water and the chewy caramel and chocolaty coating. (Originally from Truffles, Candies & Confections by Carole Bloome)

    Recipe #200508

    Mmm need I say any more than the title. Your friends will think you bought these--they are so good, and they are easy to make variations with too. (Originally from Truffles, Candies & Confections by Carole Bloom).

    Recipe #199740

    Homemade simple recipe that generally turns out good. works well with flavourful substitutions. originally from Epicurious.

    Recipe #198731

    This is such a fun recipe to make! They taste so fresh and are way better than the stale store bought ones. Try these with smores, in your hot chocolate, or decorate with fun coloured sugars.

    Recipe #198729

    I was shocked there was nothing like this on here already. I have a love affair with bran flakes cereal but, always looking to eliminate processed foods form my diet I went in search of this recipe! I haven't tried it but hope to soon. Hopefully less sodium and just as tasty as the boxed cereal--more economical too?

    Recipe #159985

    K, so I needed a dinner in a flash one night and I had just bought imitation scallops that are made of haddock--cheap and tasted so real. Anyway, this was total comfort food--nice and warm--makes just enough for 1.

    Recipe #150742

    There is nothing better then the tradition of homemade "special" hot chocolate on Christmas eve. Until you try this you won't know what REAL hot chocolate really is.

    Recipe #149034

    This is a hearty whole grain cookie that lets you feel good about indulging, made with Red River cereal!

    Recipe #135217

    As easy as the stuff right out of the box, but made at home a lot healthier. You can store the dry part in the cupboard for up to 6 months!

    Recipe #133541


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