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Chocolate Candy Recipes

Looking for chocolate candy recipes? Find chocolate candy recipes including white chocolate candy recipes, easy chocolate candy recipes, and more chocolate candy recipes and ideas.

Chocolate Clusters

Chocolate Clusters

Chocolate Clusters

No-bake cookies are so easy to do. These chocolaty treats are a cross between a cookie and candy.—Sara Ann Fowler, Illinois City, Illinois

White Chocolate Fudge

White Chocolate Fudge

White Chocolate Fudge

This recipe is similar to one of my favorite dark fudge recipes. I'll frequently make my white fudge to give as gifts for Christmas and Valentine's Day. It's an interesting contrast to all of the darker candies—and the cream cheese gives it such a nice rich and creamy texture! My husband and I live on the farm where he was born and raised. We have five children, ranging in age from 17 to 7. I enjoy playing the organ, singing, reading, walking and may crafts.

Dairy State Fudge

Dairy State Fudge

Dairy State Fudge

I grew up on a dairy farm in Wisconsin, so it's only natural I have a lot of recipes that use dairy ingredients. Our farm also had a lot of hickory trees, so we always made this fudge with hickory nuts. I make this candy nearly every Christmas. You'll find it's hard to eat just one piece.
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White Christmas Candy

White Christmas Candy

White Christmas Candy

During the holiday season a few years back, my husband brought this wonderful candy home from work. The co-worker who'd shared it graciously included the recipe...and I've been making it ever since! Besides being perfect for family munching, this creamy, "Christmasy" candy is dandy for holiday craft shows and gift giving.

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

Easy Chocolate Drops

Easy Chocolate Drops

Easy Chocolate Drops

Friends and relative of Heather De Cal, from Terrace Bay, Ontario, relish these crunchy goodies she gives.

Tiger Butter Candy

Tiger Butter Candy

Tiger Butter Candy

Pamela Pogue of Mineola, Texas tells, "This candy is big on peanut butter flavor and fun to make."

Sweetheart Fudge

Sweetheart Fudge

Sweetheart Fudge

This rich cocoa fudge, shared by Ottawa, Kansas field editor Dorothy Anderson, is sure to delight someone you love.

Truffle Topiary

Truffle Topiary

Truffle Topiary

This delicious "tree" created from chocolates—is rooted in Elisa Schmidt's generosity. "I wanted to give family and friends something they'd remember," she detailed. "So I whipped up piles of these sweets for everyone." Adding to the fun, the CT kitchen staff turned Elisa's treats into a tree. They took their cue from the way she described preparing those piles of candies in her kitchen. You'll find it easy to do the same for Valentine's ...a birthday...or to brighten a cloudy winter day.

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!

Birch Pretzel Logs

Birch Pretzel Logs

Birch Pretzel Logs

At the root of this treat is plenty of penny-wise practicality. "I first started making the 'logs' after I saw some chocolate-dipped pretzels at a shop," explains Mary Biebl of St. Paul, Minnesota. "They sure were appealing—but the price was outrageous. So I came up with my own version. "Nowadays, I often tie bundles of plastic-wrapped 'logs' with ribbons to give out a Christmas, or I'll set a stack out on a pretty plate for a party."—Mary Biebl, St. Paul, Minnesota
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