Toffee, toasted cashews and white chocolate turn a simple cookie, originally published in 2014, into a sophisticated holiday sweet. This year, we dipped the cookies into white chocolate instead of drizzling them, to pack on even more delicious flavor.
Find this recipe here: https://www.thestar.com/life/christmascookies/2017/12/06/white-chocolate-laced-cashew-cookies-a-sophisticated-treat.html
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This EASY fudge recipe combines my favorite three holiday treats: Oreos, fudge, and peppermint bark. I always make no cook fudge, that is, the kind with sweetened condensed milk. The bottom layer is the traditional chocolate layer from peppermint bark, but it’s fudge with chopped up Oreos.
The top layer is white chocolate easy fudge filled with crushed peppermint candies. You can buy them crushed now (some grocery stores, in the holiday baking area) or you can crush your own candy canes. I stirred some into the fudge and then sprinkled more on top.
It looks complicated, because of the layers, but it’s not. Yes, you need two pans, but it’s worth it. I mean…Oreo Peppermint Bark Fudge. Need I say more?
Click here for this recipe: https://www.crazyforcrust.com/oreo-peppermint-bark-fudge/
Super easy, and super yummy. All you need is 3 ingredients and 30 minutes. You’ve got to try it!!
Click here for this recipe: https://spoonuniversity.com/recipe/make-chocolate-bacon-bark-using-3-ingredients
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Chocolate lovers rejoice! This Easy Chocolate Truffle Recipe is for you — and requires only TWO ingredients. Prepare yourself for a sensational treat! Perfect for the holidays and gifting.
See full recipe here: https://livelaughrowe.com/easy-chocolate-truffle-recipe/
Two of my favorite holiday treats are candy canes and peppermint bark. Now I don’t have to choose!!
This candy looks beautiful, tastes delicious, and is perfect for gift giving!
See full recipe here: http://www.ohnuts.com/blog/peppermint-bark-candy-cane-hearts/
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Bacon and chocolate is a delectable combination of sweet and salty…if you haven’t tried it yet, you are missing out!
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Everyone in my family went crazy for these chocolate mocha cookies. While they are packed with chocolate, they are not overly sweet, a bit more of a mature cookie if you will. I sprinkled some crushed candy canes on mine, but you could use any kind of sprinkle, mini chocolate chips, nuts, coconut on or just leave them as they are with the delicious mocha glaze.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.lovefromtheoven.com/chocolate-mocha-cookies/
Easy Peppermint Truffles with a rich, decadent chocolate center! The perfect Christmas recipe.
Making these treats is super easy, check pout the video below to see the preparation in action!
Click here for the recipe & video: https://www.shugarysweets.com/2015/12/peppermint-truffles
A delectable idea for a dessert combining the sweetness of the Food of the Gods with the savory intensity of the King of Cheeses. The recipe by Chef Mario Grazia comes from a book on the famous dairy masterpiece published by Academia Barilla.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.floornature.com/dress-your-kitchen/parmigiano-reggiano-chocolates-13250/
Why have regular peanut butter cups when you can enjoy MEGA Stuffed Peanut Butter Cups?! These giant homemade peanut butter cups are filled with cookies, candy pretzels, potato chips, or anything else you can dream up!
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Using leftover Candy Corn!! I love Butterfinger candy bars, but I am not crazy about candy corn. They don’t taste like each other at all! Everyone was raving about this recipe, and I tried it to prove them wrong…
But, I am in complete shock over how DELICIOUS they were!
And yes, they really did taste like Butterfingers! It is unreal! The taste is seriously spot-on.
I did feel like they weren’t as hard and flaky as the actual candy bars, but I read that freezing the bars a for a little while will help with that. I actually liked these bars better than the Butterfinger candy bar. Try them out for yourself . . . they are so easy to make and require no baking at all.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.sixsistersstuff.com/recipe/2012/10/homemade-butterfingers-candy-bars/
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Ever since I made meringues with chickpea brine I’ve been wanting to experiment with different sugars. I’m not anti-sugar in the slightest but I felt like the taste of the meringues could be improved by the flavor of the sweetener. I’m a huge fan of maple syrup so I wanted to see if it would work in place of the icing sugar! It does!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.onegreenplanet.org/vegan-recipe/chocolate-dipped-maple-meringues/
These fun Spider Web Sugar Cookies will definitely be a part of the celebration. The kids love these because they can help decorate them. We used our soft sugar cookie recipe and topped them with delicious buttercream frosting. These cookies are perfect for your Halloween party!
Click here for this recipe: http://www.sixsistersstuff.com/recipe/2016/09/spider-web-sugar-cookies/
It’s hard to top a quintessential autumnal sweet like caramel-covered apples, but these festive mummified ones may just do it! Dipped in gooey melted chocolate and wrapped in bandages of fondant, these creepy candy apples are sure to quell all the sugary cravings that have been haunting you. They’re easy enough to make that you can get the kids in on the fun, too — they’ll love getting creative with all the undead details when decorating. Whip up a batch for an upcoming potluck, school dance or the treat table at your annual Halloween bash.
Click here for this recipe: http://www.cbc.ca/food/recipes/mummy-candy-apples
This fun bark is SO simple to make. It looks so fun and festive yet it’s incredibly easy to whip up. You simply need some chocolate candy coatings, I used white, yellow and orange. Along with that you need some candy corn and a variety of candies or sprinkles that match the color scheme.
Click here for this recipe: https://www.lovefromtheoven.com/candy-corn-bark/