Do u have sweet tooth?
I love love candy all kinds,but do have favorites an are Sno Caps,Twix & Almond Joy.
I will say any kind at the end of day will be favorite
Here’s my first attempt(couple months ago)on homemade candy an i made Sno Caps
*When shaping the chocolate i went back an forth on what to use to get right shape,went w/ zip lock bag cut at the end.
Will say w/ using the zip lock bag that if hole is a little too big it will create over flowing chocolate, which happen in my case an shape can get uneven. I would say after reading that spoon works better*
And here another pic of just plain chocolate candies that made w/ bunch of molds that i had
Well, if you thought that was awesome then now checkout some other FAVORITE homemade candies
Homemade Butterfinger Candy Bar Recipe @ Plain Chicken
Homemade Snickers Candy Bar Recipe @ Eat Cake For Dinner
Homemade Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups Recipe @ Brown Eyed Baker
Homemade Cow Tales Candy recipe @ Sprinkle Bakes
Homemade Taffy Candy Recipe @ Creature Comforts Blog
Aren’t these just yummies ever!!!
What about some MORE candy recipes
HERE WE GO….
2 oz cream cheese
1/4 tsp. flavoring of your choice
1 2/3 c. powdered sugar
Food color if desired
Mix cream cheese, flavoring and color together, then add powdered sugar. Pinch off small pieces and roll into granulated sugar. Press into mold. Unmold at once on wax paper. Makes 40 to 50 mints. Refrigerate.
Here’s another recipe for making small mints.
Here’s a recipe for Butter Mints
2 c. white sugar
1/2 c. water
1/2 c. syrup
1 1/2 tsp. cinnamon flavoring or any flavor you want
Mix together sugar, water, and syrup, then cook to hard crack stage. Remove from heat and add flavoring. Pour on buttered cookie sheet and cut into small pieces with scissors, then roll in powdered sugar.
3-3/4 cups sugar
1-1/2 cups Karo Light Corn Syrup
1 cup water
1 teaspoon desired Lorann Flavoring Oil
Desired food coloring
Sprinkle 18 x 24-inch strip of heavy duty aluminum foil with powdered sugar. Mix first 3 ingredients in large heavy saucepan. Stir over medium heat until sugar dissolves. Boil, without stirring, until temperature reaches 310°F. or until drops of syrup form hard and brittle threads in cold water. Remove from heat. Stir in flavoring oil and coloring. Pour onto foil. Cool; break into pieces. Store in airtight container.
Suggested combinations of flavors and colors:
Wintergreen; Pale Green
Anise; Dark Blue
Sassafras; Light Brown
Lime; Yellow Green
Butter; Light Yellow
Raspberry; Blue Red
Butter Rum; Yellow Brown
1 lb peanut butter
1 cup soft butter
5 1/2 cups sifted powdered sugar
Make sure you sift the powdered sugar or the candy will be lumpy and too sweet. Mix well in a large bowl, Shape into 1 inch balls, roll in palm of your hands Place on cookie sheet Chill overnight
Heat a 12 ounce package of chocolate chips and 1/4 stick paraffin in a double boiler. Use toothpicks to pick them up and dip into chocolate to cover 3/4. Set on wax paper. Chill
NOTE: Use a toothpick to cover the little hole you make earlier while dipping.
More Holiday Candy Pages
Homemade Peanut Brittle
Pecan Turtles and Pecan Logs
Things to Make with Peanut Butter
Pictures of Candy Recipes
Almond Butter Crunch, Coffee Walnuts, Creamy Pralines, Glazed Almonds
Butter Mints, Small Mints
Candied Orange Peel
Cherry Bon Bons
Chow Mein Candy
Homemade Almond Bark
Homemade English Toffee, Toffee Recipe
Homemade Marshmallow Creme
O’Henry Bars, Rocky Road Candy
Peanut Clusters, Peanut Clusters 2
Pecan Coconut Candy
I’m excited try out these at some point an post how they came out. I was going to make my own Reese’s Peanut buttercups an completely forgot till seeing all these. You can found mold for Reese’s at local craft store or online
Now, start your
Heck, if you make all these you’ll never buy candy again thanks to these GREAT HOW-TO’S . To me that’s not bad thing an kids won’t know. They would just having candy!
This would fun to do w/ kids to make an for NEW family tradition for Holidays.
All recipes are easy to make,but some might need more work in preparing.
But think end result is worth the work!!
I challenge you to make your favorite candy bar recipe in the comfort of your own kitchen & have some fun!
Well, you made your candy,so
Here some wonderful ideas you can use after you make your homemade candy
Wrap your homemade candies in colorful plastic wrap and tie with festive ribbons. You might even want to add beaded eyes or a felt nose to the wrapper. And don`t forget to package your edible gift with an ornament or even attach the recipe.
Holiday Gift Bags
For an easy homemade Christmas gift, make some Chex Party Mix or Crispix Mix and give out as gifts to co workers. Put in cute decorative holiday bags wrapped with curling ribbon. Everybody loves them!
Easy Christmas Crafts
Here’s a page to start making some easy Christmas Crafts, fun for the kids! Easy Christmas Crafts for Kids and Homemade Christmas Ornaments