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The name is impressive, and so is the taste in this elegant dessert featuring circles of puff pastry surrounding an almond-orange filling. But what's even more impressive is that the recipe is so easy to follow.
The low fat cake is topped with candied oranges and a light orange glaze instead of frosting.
Why buy gumdrops when you can make them at home and enjoy the experience of candy making? You may never buy gumdrops again.
Provide orange and green gumdrops for kids to decorate shape these sugar-coated pumpkins.
Shredded orange peel gives these puffy cookies a zesty punch of citrus. Baked for just 12 minutes and rolled in vanilla sugar, they're a sweet and simple treat for any occasion.
Winter citrus infuses creamy fudge in this upscale take on a creamsicle.
When we first heard these three delicious words strung together -- Candy Corn Oreos -- we couldn't help but think "trick ... or treat?" Well, Halloween fans, get ready for the latest food fad -- so good, it's scary.
Halloween is right around the corner which only means one thing: it's candy corn season! Try these inspired recipes from our food blogger friends.
Until recently, Halloween was a children's holiday. If you were a grownup, your options were severely limited. You could either pass out candy to trick-or-treaters or walk slowly behind your own trick-or-treaters as they proceeded down the block.
Why waste all those sophisticated Halloween party treats on the kids? A definite downside of adulthood is that trick-or-treating is no longer acceptable. Despite that, we grownups have found plenty of other ways to celebrate Halloween, including costume parties loaded with delicious Halloween snacks and festive Halloween drinks.
We'll admit, come Halloween, we've been known to sneak one or two pieces of our favorite candy from our kids' trick-or-treat bags. Ok, more like one or two handfuls. (Hey, it's not like we didn't shell out for those darn costumes -- we think we deserve some return on our investment.)
Try your hand at DIY Halloween candy this year for treats that are as fun to make as they are to eat.
The big day has finally arrived! The Great Pumpkin has landed! (Or at least we saw something orange whizzing by.)
When it comes to Halloween treats, there's got to be a happy medium, right? Somewhere between the elaborate, multi-tiered jack-o-lantern cake that we just saw in the checkout lane on one of those fancy cooking magazine and just tossing a bunch of Oreos on a plastic orange plate and calling it a party. In our fantasy life (the same one where we not only have time to decorate two dozen Halloween cupcakes that we made from scratch, we also have the cash for once-weekly massages), we'd love to spend an entire day in the kitchen whipping up some spooky seasonal delight until we're covered in flour like a Halloween ghost.