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Rich and decadent, just one of these tiny brownie bites will satisfy even the most voracious chocolate craving. The drizzled chocolate glaze and pretty frosting rosette give the dessert company-ready style.
The fun in this simple candy is choosing the mix-ins. An assortment of chopped candy bars pump up the flavor of the dark chocolate foundation.
These adorable no-bake treats start with store-bought sandwich cookies.
Learn the best technique for melting chocolate pieces.
Layers of chocolate, almonds, coconut, and graham crackers band together for a luscious candy bar.
Irresistible! It's the only word for these little treats. No matter which flavors you make, they'll disappear like magic.
When you wrap an old-fashioned favorite in a rich, sweet chocolate shell, the sophisticated result recalls the delicious comforts of childhood memories.
Peppermint and milk chocolate definitely shout Christmas, but this candy tastes great year-round. Mix up a batch any time you get a craving for the freshness of peppermint blended with the creaminess of chocolate.
These smooth and creamy truffles taste as good as they look -- and make delicious gifts!
These airy candies deserve a starring role on any dessert tray. Dipped in chocolate and crushed peppermints, the meringues display crowd-pleasing looks as well as good taste.
A semisweet chocolate spread and toasted nuts make this buttery toffee irresistible.
Coconut tinted a rosy hue adds a romantic touch to decadent chocolate truffles. For an all-chocolate variation, melt white chocolate and drizzle it over the candy before refrigerating.
These sophisticated black-and-white truffles are sprinkled with coffee crystals.
For an indulgent (and fuss-free) dessert, melt chocolate, pour it over mint patties, and scatter candies on top.
Chocolate-hazelnut spread gives these truffles their mouthwatering flavor.
This delectable fudge is loaded with mini marshmallows and toasted pecans.
Dried plums are soaked in brandy, then coated in sweetened butter and dipped in chocolate.
Coffee enhances the chocolate flavor in this creamy fudge recipe. Chocolate-covered espresso beans are the perfect topper.
Two kinds of chocolate and toasted almonds make this crowd-pleaser even more delicious.
These dark chocolate sticks are dipped in peanut butter and coated with dried fruit and nuts for a colorful -- and tasty -- display.
This traditional fudge requires just 10 minutes of prep -- ideal for anyone with a hectic schedule.
Two ingredients -- bittersweet chocolate and red cinnamon candies -- make this a quick and easy treat.
This recipe is a snap to make. Dip store-bought vanilla caramels into melted chocolate-flavor candy, then roll the candy in chopped nuts or toffee pieces.
These candies feature chocolate, pecans, espresso, and toffee for a crunchy-sweet treat.