10 Easy Homemade Candies That Make Great Last-Minute Gifts
When you've had your fill of cookies, move on to candy.
For teachers, co-workers, hosts and all the loved ones in your life, these candy recipes have two things in common: They’re delicious and deceptively simple.
If you’ve never cooked homemade caramel, you’ll be shocked to learn it's a cinch to pull off.
Only Ree Drummond could whip up homemade gumdrops with just four ingredients. Plus, look how pretty they are!
The recipe so simple my 8-year-old made a batch for teachers.
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Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Truffles
This is a cake pop-cookie dough mash-up packed with holiday flavor.
No-Cut Chocolate Bark
It's a simple candy gift that kids can make from start to finish, with nary a knife in sight.
Salted Hazelnut Toffee
Dark chocolate chips are the secret to Valerie Bertinelli’s mouth-watering toffee.
Chances are good that you’ve already got everything you need for this sweet and salty treat.
Crunchy White Chocolate Orange Bark
This surprisingly simple recipe has earned a shining 5-star rating, so you know it's good.
Keep these in mind for folks who like a little salt with their sweet treats.
Candy Cane Truffles
You’re only four ingredients away from the most-decadent treat of the season.