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Give the gift of sweetness this holiday season! Candy-coated cake pops in snazzy holiday tins make the perfect party favors. Drizzle each pop with creamy caramel and chocolate sauce, or sprinkle with crushed peppermints and nuts.
Combine a Chambord-spiked cookie, raspberry buttercream, and white chocolate to make a sophisticated treat.
Try our tasty, no-bake take on truffles this Christmas. Luscious cookie dough with chunks of chocolate and a hint of brown sugar make a delectable holiday dessert. Drizzle with leftover chocolate to take these treats over the top.
See how to make beautiful candy cane bark at home.
Dark chocolate? Check. White chocolate? Of course. We couldn't resist doubling the chocolate in our quick and easy fudge recipe.
Chocolate-covered peanut butter cups, malted milk balls, or your favorite candy bar can be the star of this easy Christmas candy-bark recipe. If you're not big on dark chocolate, use white chocolate instead.
The combo of peanut butter and chocolate is oh, so divine. Top these rolled truffles with finely chopped peanuts, and you'll have a delicious sweet-and-savory match.
Dress up caramel squares by dipping them in sprinkles, crushed nuts, and bits of candy. Add a drizzling of dark or white chocolate to make them even prettier.
Honey and chopped macadamia nuts add a fresh twist to classic holiday fudge.
This buttery brittle features candied orange peel, walnuts, and cashews for a bright twist on toffee.
This candy is so simple to make that the kids can help -- and it makes a great party favor or stocking stuffer.
To make this simple candy, dip peppermint sticks in dark chocolate and roll in crushed nuts, cinnamon-sugar, or sweetened coconut.
Bring one of fall's best flavors into the winter giving season. Our pumpkin fudge requires just 10 minutes of prep and features delectable flavors such as pumpkin, cinnamon, marshmallow creme, and walnuts.
For a stunning dessert with little effort, melt chocolate, pour it over mint patties, and scatter candies on top.
Laced with coffee liqueur, these sophisticated truffles feature a luscious combination of white and dark chocolates.
This quick fudge features the irresistible combo of melt-in-your-mouth chocolate and toasted walnuts.
A childhood favorite gets a makeover by infusing the candy with bold flavors and cutting them into sleek squares.
Switch up your classic holiday sweets! In just two easy steps, you can whip up and enjoy delicious chocolate bark complete with hot cinnamon candies.
Smooth, rich, and dotted with sweet candied cherries, this decadent fudge is an update of a classic 1960s recipe. Form the fudge in a loaf pan so it's easy to slice.
This elegant chocolate candy recipe features a fluffy marshmallow mousse and an irresistible filling of toasted nuts and dried fruits.
This candy recipe looks as pretty as any you could buy in a specialty catalog, but it can be made for a fraction of the cost.
You won't believe how easy these truffles are to make (hint: just three ingredients). Thirty minutes of prep gives you 50 truffles to share.
This spiffed-up fudge recipe is drizzled with white chocolate and topped with a chocolate-dipped pecan.
Dried tart cherries add zip to almond fudge. Slivered almonds add a soft crunch to the mix.
These elegant truffles are very simple to make. Coat candied cherries in chocolate, then chill and roll in cocoa powder and finely chopped walnuts.
Two kinds of chocolate and toasted almonds make classic, buttery toffee even more delicious.
Dried plums are soaked in brandy, then coated in sweetened butter and dipped in chocolate.
These angelic homemade marshmallows feature traditional eggnog spices and a cap of white chocolate.
A sprinkling of coarse salt adds crunch and brings out the creamy sweetness of the caramels. Pink peppercorns have a mild citrus-sweet heat that adds light flavor and color.
Tight on time? This fresh twist on peanut brittle takes just 15 minutes to make.
A shot of espresso adds depth of flavor and rich color to this holiday sweet. The recipe makes about five dozen candies, so package a few to give as gifts.
Pressed for time? You can make this decadent fudge in less than 30 minutes.
Almond-flavor icing and coarse sugar (or tiny candies) jazz up these bite-size sweets.
These luscious candies combine white chocolate, hazelnuts, dried cherries, and caramels.
A Christmas candy staple, peanut brittle offers itself up in must-share slivers. Make a big batch to cover all your food-gifting needs.
Chocolate and peanuts add a delicious twist to classic toffee.