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Christmas Candy

Celebrate the sweets of the season with these recipes for Christmas candy. Enjoy treats with friends and family, including classic candy recipes for bark, brittle, candy canes, chocolates, mints, pretzels and more.

Holly Butter Mints

Holly Butter Mints

Holly Butter Mints

A merrier melt-in-your-mouth sweet than this butter-mint holly would be hard to find! It's inexpensive to make, looks so lovely on a candy tray and doesn't require refrigeration.

Raspberry Rocky Road Fudge

Raspberry Rocky Road Fudge

Raspberry Rocky Road Fudge

With raspberry-flavored chips and marshmallows, these irresistible squares will thrill any sweet tooth. Plenty of peanuts add a nice crunch, too.

Quick Butterscotch Fudge

Quick Butterscotch Fudge

Quick Butterscotch Fudge

Friends often ask my daughter to talk me into making some of this fudge - everyone really enjoys it. The butterscotch flavor is rich and different.
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Sour Cream Walnut Fudge

Sour Cream Walnut Fudge

Sour Cream Walnut Fudge

This white fudge is my all-time favorite. I first tried it on my birthday and had to request the recipe. To speed up the 8-minute beating time, I recruit "kitchen helpers" who take turns stirring the mixture - with the promise that they'll get some of the treats!

Toffee Almond Sticks

Toffee Almond Sticks

Toffee Almond Sticks

These lovely little layered treats boast a buttery bottom and soft toffee top with a sprinkling of almonds. One recipe even makes enough to set some aside for company...if Santa doesn't get to them first!

Crunchy Peanut Butter Squares

Crunchy Peanut Butter Squares

Crunchy Peanut Butter Squares

I've been making this candy for more than 30 years, and the first time my husband tasted it, he simply called it "the good stuff"! We've loved it each holiday ever since.

Black Cherry Swirl Fudge

Black Cherry Swirl Fudge

Black Cherry Swirl Fudge

This colorful treat is sure to satisfy the sweetest tooth in any family! It's always been a favorite with my nine kids, eight grandkids and my Bible study group. I even vary the soft-drink flavors to match other holidays during the year.

Mocha Truffle Cups

Mocha Truffle Cups

Mocha Truffle Cups

One classic recipe I pull out every yuletide is for these dreamy creamy truffle cups. They're just so festive...and the smooth filling melts as fast as snowflakes on your tongue!

Coconut Joys

Coconut Joys

Coconut Joys

If you like coconut, you’ll love these no-bake, no-fuss sweets. They’re cute as can be and would make a great after-school snack to keep in the fridge. Flo Burtnett - North Gage, Oklahoma

Stuffed Cherries Dipped in Chocolate

Stuffed Cherries Dipped in Chocolate

Stuffed Cherries Dipped in Chocolate

I make these delectable cherry treats in early summer when the cherries are ripe and plentiful. A summertime favorite, they freeze very nicely and are a wonderful treat to serve guests throughout the summer.—Judy Bond, Duncan, British Columbia

Puttin'-on-the-Ritz Candy

Puttin'-on-the-Ritz Candy

Puttin'-on-the-Ritz Candy

Enlist the kids to help assemble these fun and tasty turtle-like candies. They make great holiday gifts from the kitchen. —Brenda Amyx, Robert Lee, Texas
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