Want two Halloween treats that are sure to please young and old, and just take minutes to make? Well look no further. These Witch’s Brooms are either sweet and salty, or just salty – the choice is yours.
Quick and easy to make, these Spooky Spider Pops are perfect for your next Halloween Party! Kids, young and old will love these yummy treats.
If you like roasted pecans and chocolate, you’re going to love these easy to make chocolate covered roasted pecans! Whether you eat them as a snack, or give them as a holiday gift, you will quickly discover that they are totally addictive.
Instead of store-bought candy this Christmas, Susan asked for caramels, billionaires and peanut butter balls. For the caramels, she suggested a recipe that purportedly took 2 hours to make with constant stirring. I have no doubt that the caramels from this recipe would be good. However, I decided to make Soft Salted-Butter Caramels.
Every year about this time, I make peanut butter balls, and reserve some of the peanut butter mixture to make these delectable little morsels. They are the perfect combination of sweet, salty, and crunchy goodness.
Since Christmas is approaching, I thought that it was fitting that I made some candy that could be given as gifts. I decided to try Dorie Greenspan’s Chocolate-Covered Toffee Breakups from Baking Chez Moi. Years ago, I had made Almond Crunch which was delicious and seemed to be quite similar.
If you like Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups, you’ll love these peanut butter balls! They have only 4 ingredients, and are super easy to make, albeit a bit time-consuming. They are the ultimate peanut butter and chocolate treat, and a perfect candy to make for the holidays!
Chocolate Billionaires are full of crispy, crunchy caramel goodness surrounded by a chocolate coating. One taste, and you will agree that the name is totally appropriate! Some years ago, I came across a recipe for chocolate billionaires. From what I remember, it was in some sort of a pamphlet. The recipe looked good and also…
It’s that time of year again, when the kitchen swings into action to produce Christmas goodies. This year, I thought it would be fun to make something that I’ve never made before – caramels! For some reason, I thought that they would be hard to make, but actually, they were pretty easy.
New Orleans pralines are different from their European ancestor in that the New Orleans variety uses pecans rather than almonds, and includes cream. Pecans were used because they were, and still are plentiful. Cream was introduced as a thickener. Thus, the New Orleans pralines have a creamy consistence and are similar to fudge. They are…