Halloween Candy

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Witches' Brew with Broomsticks

Witches' Brew with Broomsticks

Witches' Brew with Broomsticks

While growing up, my boys enjoyed helping me make this beverage with "broomsticks." Now I use the recipe with my grandchildren. —Paula Marchesi, Lenhartsville, Pennsylvania

Orange Gumdrops

Orange Gumdrops

Orange Gumdrops

I get nothing but rave reviews when I make these gumdrops and usually have to prepare three batches. The refreshing orange flavor is a nice change from the usual chocolate holiday candies. —Becky Burch, Marceline, Missouri

Peanut Butter Cups

Peanut Butter Cups

Peanut Butter Cups

The classic combination of peanut and chocolate is one my children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren can't resist. They gobble up this candy all year long!—Doris Price, St. John, New Brunswick

Black-Hearted Candy Apples

Black-Hearted Candy Apples

Black-Hearted Candy Apples

The glossy coating of these old-fashioned candy apples is hard, not soft like the more common caramel variety. It's best to lick them like a lollipop. You can also cut into wedges with a sharp knife, but the candy coating may crack.

Butterscotch Candy

Butterscotch Candy

Butterscotch Candy

The old-fashioned flavor of these butterscotch candies appeals to kids of all ages. My family can't stop eating them!

Marzipan Harvest Table Topper

Marzipan Harvest Table Topper

Marzipan Harvest Table Topper

YOUR HARVEST will be happy indeed when you reap this sweet centerpiece. To create the topper, CT home economists first turned to this age-old idea traditionally used during Christmas—marzipan candy. Then they cultivated it with autumn in mind and turned out this country-fresh fall decoration. As you may know, marzipan, an edible modeling clay, is a mixture of sugars and sweet almond paste (available in the baking section of grocery stores) that can be tinted and shaped into all sorts of decorations... just like those featured here. Since it's so sweet, this table topper can be passed around for dessert when your meal is complete. Or you might choose to use the design solely as a centerpiece you bring out autumn after autumn. Simply place it in an airtight container between parties—it'll harden and stay colorful for years to come!

Black Widow Bites

Black Widow Bites

Black Widow Bites

Our home economists add even more fun to Halloween with these candy spiders resting on a chocolate cookie web. Little goblins will be delighted with these sweet treats.

Alien Popcorn Heads

Alien Popcorn Heads

Alien Popcorn Heads

These aliens will be a hit at your next Halloween bash or for a kid's birthday theme party. They're a spooky and delicious treat.--Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Salted Peanut Squares

Salted Peanut Squares

Salted Peanut Squares

If your gift list is long, here’s a yummy solution. The recipe makes nearly 10 dozen chewy, nutty, sweet-and-salty bars.

Contest-Winning Brown Sugar Angel Food Cake

Contest-Winning Brown Sugar Angel Food Cake

Contest-Winning Brown Sugar Angel Food Cake

Brown sugar makes this moist, tender angel food cake delicious and different. Chunks of chopped toffee give its fluffy frosting some snap. The cake’s lovely with a hot cup of coffee.
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