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Chocolate Candy Recipes

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

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Chocolate Easter Eggs

Chocolate Easter Eggs

Chocolate Easter Eggs

No store-bought Easter candy can compare to Mom's homemade chocolate-covered eggs. The heavenly centers have peanut butter, coconut and walnuts. These rich candies just melt in your mouth. -Ruth Seitz, Columbus Junction, Iowa

Easy Chocolate Clusters

Easy Chocolate Clusters

Easy Chocolate Clusters

You can use this simple recipe to make a big batch of chocolate candy without a lot of fuss. I've sent these clusters to my husband's office a number of times…and passed the recipe along as well. —Doris Reynolds, Munds Park, Arizona

Mint Chocolate Cookie Crunch

Mint Chocolate Cookie Crunch

Mint Chocolate Cookie Crunch

I usually give a different homemade treat to my nieces and nephews every Christmas. This rich no-bake candy was a hit. With just four ingredients, it's easy enough for kids to make.
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Crunchy Chocolate Eggs

Crunchy Chocolate Eggs

Crunchy Chocolate Eggs

I've been making these chocolate candies since my children were young, and we never tire of the taste. —Janis Plourde, Smooth Rock Falls, Ontario

Dark Chocolate Raspberry Fudge

Dark Chocolate Raspberry Fudge

Dark Chocolate Raspberry Fudge

Something about the combination of dark chocolate and raspberry is just so addicting. This fudge makes a heartfelt homemade gift, or just a treat that's worth sharing. —Barbara Lento, Houston, Pennsylvania

Marshmallow Chocolate-Covered Cherries

Marshmallow Chocolate-Covered Cherries

Marshmallow Chocolate-Covered Cherries

Each year, I have to plan on producing even more of these simple-to-make candies— they're the ones my husband likes best, and they're the first to disappear.

Chocolate Pecan Candies

Chocolate Pecan Candies

Chocolate Pecan Candies

When Robert Watness of Greenwood, Indiana gives candy on Valentine's Day, he's sure to include his homemade version of Turtles. "This easy candy has brought many compliments," he says.

Chocolate Truffle

Chocolate Truffle

Chocolate Truffle

The subtle coffee flavor of these rich, velvety candies blends well with the dark chocolate coating, and the white drizzle adds charm. Stacy Abell of Olathe, Kansas shared the recipe.

Spicy Chocolate Bark

Spicy Chocolate Bark

Spicy Chocolate Bark

Warm hearts and heat up the holidays with this melt-in-your-mouth confection from our Test Kitchen. It sets up nicely when chilled, saving the peppery bite ‘til the very end. With just four ingredients, it makes an easy gift idea, and folks who like spicy foods just may put it at the top of their holiday wish lists!

Surprise Chocolate Fudge

Surprise Chocolate Fudge

Surprise Chocolate Fudge

This fun novelty recipe uses pinto beans to replace some of the butter typically found in fudge. Walnuts give the soft creamy squares a nice crunch. -Pattie Ann Forssberg of Logan, Kansas

Cherry Chocolate Cups

Cherry Chocolate Cups

Cherry Chocolate Cups

Michelle Smith of Sykesville, Maryland writes, "These outstanding treats taste like you spend hours working on them."
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