The holidays and sweet treats go hand-in-hand so round out your gift list with festive, homemade candy.
The Gift of Homemade Candy
Homemade goodies like candy are a thoughtful, budget-friendly gift. Feel free to get creative with your homemade treats. For
example, these truffles also taste great rolled in espresso powder, coconut flakes, or fleur de sel.
This five-ingredient fudge recipe is one of the simplest and tastiest around—no candy thermometers required. The classic chocolate
flavor accented with crispy hints of graham cracker is sure to delight your gift recipient.
Finely chopped almonds and peppermints give this festive confection an extra crunch. Break the bark into pieces and serve
on a platter or wrap in cellophane bags and tie with red ribbon for a memorable holiday gift.
This chocolaty English toffee is easy and delicious and can make the perfect homemade holiday gift. A candy thermometer guarantees
the best outcome when making the toffee but if you don’t have one, go by the color and look for a rich, caramel shade. Store
the toffee in an airtight container for up to one week or freeze for up to a month.
Peanut butter, chocolate, marshmallows, peanuts, and rice cereal unite in these rich candy clusters. This five-ingredient
recipe is family-friendly so invite the kids into the kitchen to whip up a batch for their teachers.
This three-ingredient almond brittle has a rich, buttery flavor that is sure to delight your gift-recipients. Package in a
pretty bowl, cellophane bag, or paper-lined gift box. The brittle will keep in an airtight container for up to one week.
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