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Easter Candy

Looking for recipes for Easter candy? Taste of Home has the best Easter candy recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

Nutty Chocolate Truffles

Nutty Chocolate Truffles

Nutty Chocolate Truffles

With only five ingredients, these delectable, no-bake bites just couldn’t be much easier to make. Try ’em! For a change, substitute different fruit preserves. LeeAnn Karnowski - Stevens Point, Wisconsin

Coconut Creme Chocolates

Coconut Creme Chocolates

Coconut Creme Chocolates

I've been married 49 years and have three children and lots of grandchildren. I've cooked a lot of meals! I make these treats special for my grandchildren. —Dolores Wilder, Texas City, Texas

Chocolate-Covered Eggs

Chocolate-Covered Eggs

Chocolate-Covered Eggs

These pretty little candies beat any store-bought variety hands down! They take some effort, but the look of delight on the faces of those who try them make every minute worth it. —Louise Oberfoell, Bowman, North Dakota
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Lemon Fudge

Lemon Fudge

Lemon Fudge

It’s hard to believe something this melt-in-your-mouth smooth and delicious can be made with so few ingredients in such little time! —Rozie Born, Zumbrota, Minnesota.

Orange Jelly Candies

Orange Jelly Candies

Orange Jelly Candies

Making candy is my favorite thing to do. I've been collecting candy recipes for more than 40 years and have taken several candy-making classes. These soft confections are fantastic. —Leah Jackson, Washington, Utah

Chocolate-Mallow Peanut Candy

Chocolate-Mallow Peanut Candy

Chocolate-Mallow Peanut Candy

“I've brought these bars to many bake sales and they're always a hit," says Karen Perry from Askov, Minnesota. "They taste just like candy and are so easy and quick. Pastel marshmallows add a pretty springtime touch!"

Peanut Butter Coconut Balls

Peanut Butter Coconut Balls

Peanut Butter Coconut Balls

This recipe has been a family "secret" for generations. But I think it's too good to keep to ourselves. A glossy chocolate coating hides a crunchy coconut filling. —Jennifer Dignin, Westerville, Ohio

Caramel Cashew Clusters

Caramel Cashew Clusters

Caramel Cashew Clusters

Several years ago, a co-worker came across candies like these in a store and asked if I could make them. After some trial and error, I came up with a winning recipe. —Karen Daniels, Jefferson City, Missouri

Peanut Butter and Marshmallow Chocolate Eggs

Peanut Butter and Marshmallow Chocolate Eggs

Peanut Butter and Marshmallow Chocolate Eggs

"This recipe came from my mother-in-law, who gives a basket of homemade Easter candy to each of her children and grandchildren," says Robin Perry from her home in Seneca, Pennsylvania.

Bird's Nests

Bird's Nests

Bird's Nests

To celebrate the arrival of spring, our Test Kitchen shaped chocolate-coated chow mein noodles into nests, then filled them with jelly bean "eggs". You may want to make a double batch because they're bound to fly off your table!

White Chocolate Easter Egg Candies

White Chocolate Easter Egg Candies

White Chocolate Easter Egg Candies

Candy making can be easy! Have kids help roll the candies in sprinkles, colored sugar or jimmies. Store in an airtight container in the refrigerator. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
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