Rich, sweet, & tangy, my grandmother's old-fashioned sour cream fudge with black walnuts is scrumptious. The recipe isn't for novices, but when done right, the results are delicious.
Delicious flavors are mingled right among the worst-sounding flavors you can imagine. But are they really all that bad?
Learn how to make homemade caramels using fresh ingredients and finishing salts. These step-by-step instructions and photographs will lead you through the candy making process.
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!
Ginger is a superfood that has many health benefits. Homemade ginger candies are a delightful treat as well as an effective remedy for sore throat. Making ginger candy is easy and quick.
How to make your own healthy peanut butter cups. This dark chocolate and peanut butter dessert is delicious.
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.
Having difficulty making good fudge? It's really not difficult, but you've got to pay attention to the details. Have you cooked your mixture long enough? And how well did you beat it?
Have you ever wanted to make something sweet but weren't in the mood to bake or use a bunch of ingredients? Well, this recipe is for you. It's easy, uses only uses four ingredients, and—most importantly—it's delicious!
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 very own Bounty bars. And you can even get creative here by using white or dark chocolate!
Because chocolate tastes so good, many people think it is a forbidden food. Therefore, they feel guilty about eating it. I'm here to assure you, however, that it is not a forbidden food.
Here are a few of my favorites, including divinity, fudge, peanut brittle, divinity, toffee and more!
The Snickers bar, a wonderful creation of Mars Incorporated. Roasted peanut and caramel-topped nougat enrobed in milk chocolate. Simple, confectionery perfection. Chocolaty and pea-nutty genius.
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!
This old-fashioned peanut butter fudge recipe from my grandmother makes one small pan of rich, creamy fudge loaded with mouth-watering, peanut-buttery flavor!
How to make homemade gummy candies with real fruit juice: this recipe is simple, and only requires three ingredients. Make your own homemade gummies in half an hour!
Have heard so many things about ginger candy, ginger chews, gin gins, and whatnot. I decided to make my own version and share it with you.
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.
Here's a run through of some of my favourite retro sweets and classic candy! From love hearts to kola kubes, take a trip down memory lane and reminisce about all the wonderful treats we know and love.
Organic chocolate is more expensive than regular, big-name chocolate. It is also healthier, better for the environment, and tastes blissfully delicious. Now that I know what organic really means, I can never go back. Read on to learn whether you’re eating real chocolate or not…
I love, love, love when something makes me look good—and even better? When it's ridiculously delicious, super-easy, and makes me look brilliant.
Instead of buying a tin or seasonal patterned tray, try this simple edible candy tray for your home baked goodies. This is a great and imaginative base for all the baked goodies you will be giving out this holiday season.
Ganache. What is it, why do you need it, and how do you even pronounce it? Simply put, ganache is heavy cream and chocolate melted together—a marriage made in Heaven. Let me show you how to make it.
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.
Japan's snack game beats the United States', no doubt about it. In fact, they have hundreds of different Kit Kat flavors, and they're all awesome! Here are just a few of them.
This classic holiday candy is one of my family's favorites. Make several different batches to get multiple colors and different flavors. We like peppermint, spearmint, clove, cinnamon, and anise.
Here are four delicious traditional festival and feast day recipes that you may not know yet. The recipes are for maple syrup lollipops, sweet fritters, and more!
Pastillas de leche is one of the most well-loved desserts from the Philippines. Here's how you can make them at home!
This article will teach you how to make an old-fashioned candy out of orange peels or any other citrus fruit.
This small, round, black candy made of liquorice, known as the Pontefract Cake, has an interesting background.
Many candy companies have gone out of business, but their popular brands live on! Candy makers of today produce our long-time favorites.
Flavored sugar cubes add a special touch to any occasion. They are also super simple to make using only a few ingredients. Find out how with these step by step photos and instructions.
Make your own chocolate candy quick and easy with candy melts. Heat the melt in the microwave and 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.