a little different, and oh so good. i include these when making up candy trays, as gifts, at christmas time.
found this one in an old family cookbook. i love recipes like this... easy, quick and tastes like a million - for almost nuthin'! :)
not exactly caramel, but very similar, and every bit as delicious! these turn out a bit "runny" compared to most candy apples, but are really delicious chopped up and served over toasted nuts or ice cream!
just like a payday candy bar. my family eats this up!!
this is just the thing for when you get a chocolate craving but don't want to go for anything too unhealthy. creamy smooth, deep chocolate flavor with a hint of berry. very easy to make, and pretty much guilt-free! i used only about 10 dates and added ste
i like this recipe because, not only is it so moreish, it is so easy to make and is fail proof. my girlfriends daughter passed it on to me.
these gorgeously gourmet candies only take 3 ingredients and a few minutes of work! i was going to make a kind of peppermint bark for my friends (it was such a hit during the holidays), but they morphed into these once i realized i had no candycanes. j
bravo to love2eat’s peanut brittle in a jiffy #58383 - it got me started, but with the adjustments for my higher powered microwave and some flavor changes i thought i should write my own recipe. i can not say how much love2eat’s note about having everyt
here's a recipe a friend sent when i wanted to make homemade maple candy. let me know what you think of it!
in just 15 minutes its ready to cut into squares! this fudge is really good. it was handed down by 3 generations and will stay in the family forever!
this recipe is from the 1931 searchlight cookbook.
a family friend makes this for all types of church get-togethers. i ate some when mom brought it home and i could not believe how simple this is to put together.
this is super quick and super easy. it also sets up super fast so have your buttered pan prepared. do not use imitation chocolate chips or flavored chips such as butterscotch or peanut butter since these do not work as well. i have found however the o
this is excellent and it is done in 2 minutes!
all i have to say, is that i'm obsessed with this recipe... i've never tasted better fudge! it's so good... although it's very sweet and very rich! prep time includes chill time.
these are super simple to make & the kids love them - i know i did when i was young. its a lot like fudge, but you get bright colors from the mini marshmallows. got this recipe from a coworker of my mom's. haven't made it in years, but thought i'd shar
this makes for a quick chocolate fix ! it's not your grandma's fudge by any means, but it will cure your sweet tooth in a short amount of time. add whatever type of nut you prefer or keep it plain.
i received a few copycat recipes in my email today from reciperobot.com. i hope they are good!
my mom got this recipe 30 years ago from a friend of hers who was from australia. i don't know if this is an australian dessert, i have heard that it is similar to a canadian dessert called nanaimo bars, though. this is a christmas tradition in my famil
very simple fudge recipe. no candy thermometer is necessary! great for beginner candy makers.
when i saw this recipe, i really was amazed. many "snickers" bars recipes do not call for the butterscotch chips and a few other ingredients. i thought this just sounded heavenly, and way better than the snickers. i have not made them yet though, so pleas
charles corpion from the four seasons developed this cocktail.
this is the simplest toffee recipe ever. i love it because it only takes 4 ingredients that i always have around the house. follow a few easy steps and voila--instant gratification! this recipe makes great holiday gifts for the neighbors (they'll think
yum. the only thing i like more than chocolate is pb! this is a big batch recipe for fudge, from my friend susan's newsletter.
it is pretty good recipe--all the kids really like it. they are always begging me to make it!
i got this recipe watching the oprah winfrey show with rachel ray. this was a big hit with everyone!!! this is the recipe that everyone loves so much!! i have 2 other variations also listed, so that you can try them also. when i make this recipe i am
i found this online, and it made me feel sooo freaking good!!! i had to post it.
my favorite is the butterscotch but i have done the chocolate, too and they both turn out great.
i found this recipe in the kraft food & family magazine today. it is easy chocolate fudge that you can change up by making it five different ways! :-) the cook time listed is for refrigeration time.
the easiest more absurd fudge in the world, but for the skeptics out there, this recipe works.
a symphony or rather a selection of fresh cream chocolate truffles, this is my basic recipe with a few indulgent added extras.......such as toasted almonds, stem ginger with brandy or rum! these decadent rich truffles are perfect to finish of a dinner par
this recipe came from my great-aunt tina. it is very, very old. honestly if i see this recipe it would never cross my mind to try it, but…i had them when i was a child and they are fabulous!! times have change and i know we are not suppose to eat raw eggs
got this from my aunt who is known for her yummy pralines.this is the recipe she uses and there are never enough to go around!!!
this is a very smooth, creamy fudge. it is also almost impossible to over or under cook.
i was unsure of this recipe at first. i had never heard of fudge made with brown sugar before, but this is the creamiest fudge i have ever had. this is also the only fudge recipe i have never either over or under cooked.
this is aliya allabaksh's recipe from the young times magazine and she was the
one of the principal crops of some african countries is peanuts. they are nutritious and hardy, making them a first-rate survival food. in this recipe peanuts and highly prized honey are combined to make a sweet african treat.
these are lighter, fluffier than and just as sweet as store bought marshmallows. i found this recipe at volcanicnectar.com in my endless search for agave recipes and although i didn't use the volcanic nectar brand, they still turned out great! i prefer
tasty and not too hot. great for holiday gifts. real southwestern flavor. put the dry ingredients in a mason jar and give them to friends. great hostess gift.
recipe handed down from my mother-in-law. there are many variations of flavor included at bottom of recipe.
a recipe handed down from my mother-in-law. passive work time is estimate of time necessary to chill.
this recipe is handed down from my mother-in-law. it is my favorite christmas candy.
my ex is allergic to peanuts, so i never made these simple, tasty candies. now that he is an ex, i am going to make them and indulge quite often! from hershey's.
i made a version of this as peanut brittle, but had to try it with cashews. outstanding! so crispy and decadent...p.s. this recipe is made in an 1100-watt microwave. p.s. if you live in an area that has high humidity, this recipe may not work for you; try
great holiday candy recipe.
i received this recipe from a friend and she got it from her sister. put in cello bag and tie with ribbon for a nice gift.
yummy! this is my all-time favorite homemade candy. i love the combination of buttery toffee with nuts and chocolate! it's really easy to make- you don't even need a candy thermometer for this one. sometimes i use pecans instead of almonds and i love
nice alternative to the peanut variety.
mario batali's recipe for italian almond brittle using almond oil.
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