Who doesn't love Bounty bars? That refreshing, delicious mix of chocolate and coconut, it's a pity that they're so expensive. In this article, I will show you how to make your own Bounty bars.
Many candy companies have gone out of business, but their popular brands live on! Candy makers of today produce our long-time favorites.
How sweet it is! Chocolate, gum drops, hard candy, chewing gum ... we love it all. Indulge your sweet tooth with this historic look at candy.
Toffee is a great treat to make during the holidays, to savor at home, or to share with family and friends. This recipe is quick, easy, and so delicious you'll find yourself making it regularly—not just around the holidays.
Find the secret to a perfect toffee crunch here! 4 simple Ingredients (butter, sugar, nuts, and chocolate) make this really easy butter nut and chocolate toffee in just minutes, for the perfect bite!
Jelly babies are soft, gelatinous candies that have a fruit flavour and resemble a baby. Liquorice (or licorice) allsorts are colourful candies with a variety of appearances and flavours.
Candy, Candy, Candy! Here's just a sampling of products to hit the United States candy market from the 1800s, 1900s, '20s, '30s, '40s, '50s and 1960s.
Every one likes gummies. They are gooey and yummy. Kids and adults love them. Check out this recipe how to make them at home!
When it comes to chocolate, Switzerland’s chocolate is the best in the world (sorry, Cadbury fans). Learn about the history of chocolate and some of the top Swiss brands.
Three recipes for gummy worms: the first two are all-natural and great for families following the Feingold diet. The last recipe contains artificial dyes and colors but is made with fruit juice rather than high fructose corn syrup. Make your own gummy worms at home for a healthier candy treat!
Learn how to make homemade caramels using fresh ingredients and finishing salts. Includes step-by-step instructions and photographs to lead you through the candy making process.
Delicious flavors are mingled right among the worst-sounding flavors you can imagine. But are they really all that bad?
Make your own chocolate candy quick and easy with candy melts. Heat the melt in the microwave, add your favorite mix, like coconut, chopped nuts, even candied fruit. Pour it in a mold and in 15 minutes you have a delectable chocolate treat to enjoy for yourself or to give as a gift.