Caramel Peanut Fudge
This is a dessert that is just to die for! It will be a great hit at any bake sales, picnics, or just for you! Anyone ought to love it.
Microwave Oven Peanut Brittle
I have used this for years and it is very good; much easier than the traditional method and tastes just as good.
Old Fashioned Molasses Taffy
Have an old fashioned taffy pull with this delicious old time recipe. I used to make this 40 years ago when I was 9!
Chocolate Orange Truffles
Use orange liqueur or orange juice to flavor these dipped truffles. This is a very easy recipe, requiring no candy thermometer and no sensitive tempering of the chocolate.
This candy tastes wonderful and takes about 15 minutes to make. My sister and I did three batches in an hour one year for Christmas. I use a cast iron skillet and some times just a few of the almonds to help gauge the readiness.
These homemade marshmallows with a hint of peppermint are great for adding to a cup of hot chocolate.
I got this from a co-worker about 12 years ago. These are the best melt in your mouth caramels I have ever had, and I always have to make them for Christmas.
I double the recipe and put in a glass baking dish (9x13 inches). Nice for holidays . . . Keep it for a secret and family and friends will think you worked forever on it . . . (smiles). You can also use peanut butter chips and make peanut butter fudge.
Old-Fashioned Chocolate Fudge
This fudge is easy to make and very delicious. Enjoy this with your loved ones. For best results be sure to use a candy thermometer.