We typically immediately think of commercial products when we consider chocolate candy, but you can make some rich and chocolaty treats right at home, too.See Popular Chocolate Candy Recipes
In this smart recipe, Grace Parisi boils orange peels in water, simmers them in sugar syrup and coats them in sugar. Then she tosses them with pistachios and spreads them over chocolate for a divine bark.
If you prefer, substitute crushed toffee for the cinnamon candies in this Valentine's Day treat.
This chocolate pie recipe was handed down among a Midwestern family before it was shared with Better Homes and Gardens readers in 1992. Don't cut corners by substituting ordinary pastry crust; the walnut crust is what makes this pie exquisite.
M&Ms may need a new slogan. "Melts in your mouth, not in your hands" could become old news soon, as Cadbury introduces a "temperature-tolerant chocolate," the U.K.'s Daily Mail reports, for its new candy, Dairy Milk.
These stir-together sweet treats can be served at parties or given away as gifts.
These truffles use a hazelnut-chocolate blend called gianduia. To give my gianduia more complexity, I like to use a mix of dark and milk chocolates, but you can make the recipe using just one type of chocolate if that's what you have on hand.
Chocolate cookie pieces add tasty texture to each bite of this crowd-pleasing dessert. Get the kids to help crushing the cookies, stirring them into the fudge and spreading it into the pan.
Homemade candies are a staple at holiday parties and family gatherings. The candies are made with white chocolate, peppermint, and pretzels. Drizzle dark chocolate on top for a fancy touch.
A wonderful Christmas gift from the kitchen, this chocolate and peppermint candy is simply delicious. For easy cleanup, line the baking sheet with foil.
Garnish a wedge of cheesecake or a dish of ice cream or sorbet with a pair of these lacy leaf trims.
Dark or semi-sweet chocolate form the base of this dessert while pretzels and chocolate-covered raisins give it the perfect dash of salt.
Forget chocolate-covered pretzels. These slightly salty slabs are much more elegant--no dipping required.