We all love candy, and it's so diverse that it can be tailored to suit any palate. From divinity to hard candy and so many others, you'll find several candy recipes that your family will want over and over again.
This chewy nutty fudge will bring out the child in everyone.
This flavored corn recipe makes the perfect sweet snack. Fill small decorated containers and give as food gifts for special occasions or year-round.
No candy thermometer needed! Just crush some hard candies, bake, decorate, and let cool for a simple snack or dessert.
Almonds and three types of chocolate create this homemade candy.
These five-ingredient crispy chocolate dessert squares can be prepared in less than 30 minutes. These tasty treats make an attractive food gift packaged in cellophane and tied with a pretty ribbon.
Take this classic kid dessert up a few notches by crafting them into edible trees. Wrap them up as food gifts for teachers, babysitters or neighbors.
Cashews replace the traditional peanuts in this candy recipe. Other flavorful substitutions are almonds and macadamia nuts.
Whether to decorate a pound cake, serve over vanilla ice cream, or dip into melted dark chocolate, candied citrus peel is a real treat. Bonus: It makes a pretty food gift when packaged in little gift bags.