This is a favorite Christmas candy in my family. The cranberry caramels are a little tart with the sweet and you can really taste the butter in the pineapple caramels.
I use vegan chocolate chips, raw walnuts, and organic raisins, chia seeds, and vanilla extract to make this delicious fudge.
Popcorn and candy in a candy sauce. Great for the holidays! Not too chewy and won’t stick to your teeth (unless you overcook the sauce)! You can customize the candy, dried fruit, and nuts to what you like. Canadian Smarties® can be used instead of M&M’s®. I’ve known people to press the mixture into a cake pan and cut pieces, too.
This is my own recipe…tried on family and friends and all gave their approval! Try them out, they’re absolutely delicious!
This is an old fashioned, handcrafted candy that takes a little time and finesse to pull off. It’s simple and sweet, but looks and tastes like something you’re only suppose to enjoy a few times a year.
Turn into a complete ‘Christmas Tree Hugger’ with this updated version of ‘Yo Mamma’s fudge.’ The ultra smooth and creamy consistency of this fab fudge paired with the tart and tangy cherry-flavored dried cranberries and the tender crunch of the whole cashews makes this treat one more reason to leave the decorations up all year long. Merry Christmas all year long!
These candies are bursting with flavors! Ground walnuts, cranberries, prunes, and ginger are rolled into perfect little treats.
A quick and easy microwave fudge flavored with grated orange peel and orange liqueur.
These are my absolute favorite candy in the tin that my husband’s aunt delivers each Christmas.
Caramel apples get all dressed up in this delightful cherry, almond and chocolate extravaganza.
An apple goes a long way in this candy recipe! Little apple bits are rolled in cinnamon and sugar, caramel, and chopped nuts. Although they do take some work, they’re well worth it. They’re just perfect for harvest parties in the fall!
Trail mix adds a nutty texture to these delicious caramel apples.
This recipe is healthier than chocolate fudge and just as tasty.
This candy recipe is very pretty on gift trays and tasty too. If cranberries are not on hand, dried cherries or raisins will work beautifully in this recipe.
This dessert is slightly exotic and is known by many people who have read the book ‘The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe’. This would do well for a tea party, a holiday party, or even if you just wanted to surprise someone.
My family really loves this fudge. I have to make it every Christmas and send it to the family. To make this dessert even more festive, decorate it with pecan halves!
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.
Sweet and tasty Haroset is made with apples, cinnamon, honey and sweet wine. Serve chilled or at room temperature.
With this easy-to-follow recipe, orange and lemon peel become an elegant — yet still a bit tart — sugared confection.
Beautiful sugar coated cranberries can put the finishing touch on your holiday desserts and side dishes. Beautiful to look at, and sweet enough to eat them plain.