Orange Candy

If you enjoy the taste of oranges in an even sweeter recipe, you can enjoy candy with a touch of orange in one of these great recipes.

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Almond Orange Pithivier

Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry

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.

Total: 1 hr 40 mins

Candied Orange Cake

Better Homes and Gardens

The low fat cake is topped with candied oranges and a light orange glaze instead of frosting.

Gumdrop Pumpkins

Better Homes and Gardens

Provide orange and green gumdrops for kids to decorate shape these sugar-coated pumpkins.

Total: 5 mins

Lollipop Cake Topper

Better Homes and Gardens

Orange Gumdrops

Better Homes and Gardens

Why buy gumdrops when you can make them at home and enjoy the experience of candy making? You may never buy gumdrops again.

Orange and Nut Toffee

Better Homes and Gardens

Cranberry-Orange Caramel Corn

Better Homes and Gardens

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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. If you chose the second option, you'd try not to be too conspicuous. After all, this was a CHILDREN'S holiday, and your children wanted to feel independent. Also, they were still mad at you for making them wear coats over their costumes -- "Honey, it's forty degrees out! -- so it was best to keep out of the way. Eitherread more

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The big day has finally arrived! The Great Pumpkin has landed! (Or at least we saw something orange whizzing by.)

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Easy Edible Ornaments for Festive Holiday Decorating

Creating Christmas cookies and other seasonal desserts that serve double-duty as decorations is the ultimate step forward in creating sustainable holidays. Not to mention hours of fun with the family making things you can hang on the tree and later devour. They're nothing new -- but popcorn and cranberry garlands, while technically non-toxic, are a little too gross-stale-choking-hazard for our taste. Nope, call us crazy, but we prefer our festive decor with a little more flavor and a little less peril. Just make sure you impress upon dogs and toddlers that not every ornament is edible, and not everythingread more

Christmas Cookies: Delight by the Dozens

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