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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.

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Honey Caramels

Honey Caramels

Honey Caramels

I love whipping up a batch of homemade honey-sweetened caramels for my family and friends. Sometimes I replace the walnuts with pecans, filberts or almonds. —Arline Hofland, Deer Lodge, Montana

Jelly Bean Brittle

Jelly Bean Brittle

Jelly Bean Brittle

"Here's a fun version of brittle that's perfect for Easter," suggests Kathy Kittell of Lenexa, Kansas. "The jelly beans add both color and flavor."

Old-Fashioned Lollipops

Old-Fashioned Lollipops

Old-Fashioned Lollipops

Kids of all ages will savor these fun fruity lollipops. I received the recipe from my sister-in-law years ago. We still make them in a rainbow of jewel colors in her memory every Christmas. They're great stocking stuffers!
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Salted Soft Caramels

Salted Soft Caramels

Salted Soft Caramels

Velvety smooth homemade caramels have a sprinkling of kosher salt to create a sweet-salty sensation. Best of all, these caramels don't call for each to be wrapped in waxed paper or plastic wrap...a very tedious chore. The hot caramel is poured into miniature muffin liners instead. —Kathryn Conrad, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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!"

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.

Halloween Layered Fudge

Halloween Layered Fudge

Halloween Layered Fudge

Here's an easy and foolproof fudge recipe that screams "Halloween!" thanks to the brown and orange colors. You can also try making the fudge with mango flavoring. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

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

Jelly Bean Bark

Jelly Bean Bark

Jelly Bean Bark

Homemade Easter candy really doesn't get easier than this. It's so simple—all you need are three ingredients, a microwave and a pan! —Mavis Dement, Marcus, Iowa

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

Coconut Cream Eggs

Coconut Cream Eggs

Coconut Cream Eggs

"The filling of these homemade chocolate Easter eggs is wonderful creamy and not too sweet," notes Janet Galasso of Lehighton, Pennsylvania.
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