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Easy Candy Recipes

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Fruit 'n' Nut Clusters

Fruit 'n' Nut Clusters

Fruit 'n' Nut Clusters

Easy as 1-2-3, these fuss-free treats from Alexandra Marcotty of Cleveland Heights, Ohio are ready in a snap. The flavors blend well, creating the perfect bite-sized snack!

Chocolate Peppermint Bark

Chocolate Peppermint Bark

Chocolate Peppermint Bark

These treats are such a snap to make, I almost feel guilty serving them. But nobody seems to mind I didn't put in much effort—they just keep coming back for more. —Keslie Houser, Pasco, Washington

Cranberry Clusters

Cranberry Clusters

Cranberry Clusters

Kari Caven of Coeur d'Alene, Idaho needs just three ingredients to stir up these chewy and crunchy treats that make a nice addition to a candy tray. "I sometimes use white chocolate in place of semisweet and replace the cashews with macadamia nuts," she notes.
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Almond Apricot Dips

Almond Apricot Dips

Almond Apricot Dips

My family makes these candied apricots every Christmas. We sometimes dip half of the fruit in white candy coating and the other half in chocolate coating.

Marshmallow Ghosts

Marshmallow Ghosts

Marshmallow Ghosts

Kids of all ages can help prepare these easy-to-make treats. With just three ingredients that I often keep on hand, they can be put together at a moment's notice.—Nancy Foust, Stoneboro, Pennsylvania

Chocolate Mousse Balls

Chocolate Mousse Balls

Chocolate Mousse Balls

I love working with my grandkids in the kitchen. The key is using recipes like this that really let them get involved and have yummy results.—Michael Nye, Upper Sandusky, Ohio

Sweet & Salty Snowmen

Sweet & Salty Snowmen

Sweet & Salty Snowmen

Kids have a blast creating different looks for their chocolate-dipped pretzel snowmen with candy scarves, buttons and top hats. If any are left over, they make cool table decorations posed in a glass with Styrofoam and coconut snow. —Carol Berndt, Avon, South Dakota

Peanut Butter Candy

Peanut Butter Candy

Peanut Butter Candy

During the holidays, I make a lot of candy for friends, and this simple recipe seems to be a favorite. The white chocolate and chunky peanut butter make a perfect blend. —Deloris Morrow, Lake City, Iowa

Pineapple Coconut Snowballs

Pineapple Coconut Snowballs

Pineapple Coconut Snowballs

Marlene Rhodes shares a three-ingredient treat she quickly whips up in her Colorado Springs, Colorado kitchen. Canned pineapple adds refreshing taste to the frosty-looking finger food.

Cherry Cordials

Cherry Cordials

Cherry Cordials

This Christmas, skip the boxed chocolate-covered cherries sitting on store shelves. The taste of these homemade confections just can't be beat. Plus, they're a snap to make with only three basic ingredients—you simply soak the cherries in brandy, melt the chocolates and dip!—Dorothy Bayard, Hubertus, Wisconsin

Chocolate-Mint Popcorn

Chocolate-Mint Popcorn

Chocolate-Mint Popcorn

I wrote a book called “20 New Ways to Enjoy Popcorn.” When I poll friends, they favor this recipe, a delicious treat for after-dinner coffee. — Polly Brunning, Thaxton, Virginia
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