I love a good marshmallow and these Peppermint Marshmallows are definitely festive. Add them into hot chocolate or turn them into the best s’mores ever.
Dried fruit brings an extra holiday flavor and pretty color to this easy four ingredient treat that is sure to impress family and friends. You could also use candied fruit or even halved gun drops rather than dried fruit.
Creamy fudge with hazelnuts that is delicious and easy to make.
Growing up, many of us made toffee popcorn for Halloween and carrying on the tradition is a wonderful thing. The trick to making toffee is using a candy thermometer and keeping a close eye on the temperature as you cook. Once you do that, you’ll find it’s even easier than making caramel.
Chocolate & Hazelnut Fudge is such an easy fudge recipe that takes the trouble out of homemade. Perfect for the holiday season or any time!
Try making these easy Easter treats because homemade is always better. These Chocolate Peanut Butter Eggs get their crunch from puffed rice cereal.
Have you every skipped over a recipe because it called for crystallized ginger? You can find it in most grocery stores, but I like to make my own. Sweet and spicy crystallized ginger add an excellent zip to most baked goods. I throw it in all sorts of things as well as using it to help calm an upset stomach. Make sure to use fresh ginger root that’s nice and firm. You may chop it any way you like; cubes, slices or strips work very well.
Peanut Brittle is a traditional favorite. It’s not difficult to make, but make sure to use a large-size saucepan because it will boil up.
Every December I made a wide variety of fudge. Here is a super quick and easy fudge recipe that is a twist on the basic chocolate variety.
Chocolate, marshmallows, nuts, and coconut combine to make this the richest and best ever, rocky road treat.