If you like caramel corn, you’ll absolutely love Holiday Caramel Chex Mix. It’s made like my Old-Fashioned Caramel Corn using Corn Chex in place of popcorn, but dressed up for the holidays. It’s totally addictive and makes delicious gifts for those special people on your list!
Southern candied pecans are a perfect make-ahead holiday gift for your friends and family. They’re super simple to make, and stay deliciously crunchy when packaged in airtight containers.
Homemade Buttery Caramels are the perfect combination of soft, chewey, and buttery. Once you’ve tasted these homemade caramels, you’ll never go back to the store-bought kind again.
Classic Holiday Gingerbread Men are soft and chewy on the inside. They have just the right amount of crunch on the outside! They are the perfect homemade gift for the special people on your holiday gift list. This post is part of a virtual recipe exchange organized by Olivia at The Girl Can Bake.
Old-Fashioned Peanut Brittle is the perfect holiday foodie gift for family and friends. It’s relatively easy to make, delicious to munch on, and will keep for several weeks in an airtight container.
Every year about this time I make Peanut Butter Balls and reserve some of the peanut butter mixture to make Chocolate-Dipped Peanut Butter Bugles. These delectable little morsels 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 Chocolate Almond Toffee which was delicious and seemed to be quite similar.
English Digestive Biscuits are a staple in the UK. If you’ve ever been to the UK, you’ve probably sampled McVitie’s Digestive Biscuits (a.k.a. cookies in the US). I know that the name isn’t very appealing, but the taste definitely is! The story goes that digestive biscuits were first conceived in Victorian times as a medicinal…
Chocolate Billionaires are full of crispy, crunchy, caramel goodness enveloped in a chocolate coating. One taste, and you’ll agree that the name is totally appropriate!
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 consistency and are similar to fudge. They are…