Candied Lemon Peel
This is a good way to use up lemon rind and it goes good with coffee or on cake. It really does taste like candy, and you can do this to ANY citrus fruit. If you use oranges you can add brandy, cloves or other spices the mixture. Chop it up and put it in cookies, or just eat it by itself.
Quick and easy Turtles® candies! Mini pretzels, caramel covered chocolate candies, and pecans make up this delicious treat.
Old-Fashioned Divinity Candy
This soft nougat-like confection is a Southern classic Christmas treat.
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.
Torrone (Italian Nut and Nougat Confection)
This chewy nougat is studded with pistachios and toasted almonds. Edible rice paper on the bottom makes it easy to slice and serve.
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.
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!
These homemade marshmallows with a hint of peppermint are great for adding to a cup of hot chocolate.
Classic Caramel Corn
Sweet and crunchy caramel corn that tastes better than the county fair's.
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