View our collection of Christmas candies. We have all the favorites along with new ones you'll just have to try. Peanut brittle and peanut butter balls to toffee and turtle caramels. Save room during Christmas dinner for these sweet treats.
"There so many different Christmas candies that you can make to enjoy during the Christmas Holidays. We have collected some traditional recipes, such as fudge, peanut brittle, and English Toffee, along with some non-traditional Christmas candy recipes, such as Chocolate Drop Pretzels and Holiday Chocolate Pizza. You can also add an extra special Christmas treat by making a homemade Gingerbread House. This is sure to catch the eye of all the youngsters. Letting the kids get involved in decorating the Gingerbread House is a good way to get them in the Christmas spirit. They will be anxious to show it off during the holidays."
"I need to start making some Christmas treats or my kids will be pretty disappointed. I see several in this group of recipes that I think they would like. Guess I will pick a couple, maybe the pizza one and the drop pretzels. Then I saw a collection of Christmas Cookies too that I will have to check out. Hopefully I won't have make cutout cookies, although I am sure the kids would love to help with them."
"I haven't had a lot of experience in baking but I want to try to make some Christmas goodies this year. These recipes all look yummy but I will have to look through some of the instructions on these Christmas Candy recipes to see if I think I can handle them. English Toffee is one of my favorites so I will have to give it a try."
Overcooked garlic will turn bitter. If cooking with other ingredients, such as onions, start cooking the onions first. Add the garlic at the end of the cooking time to ensure that it does not get overcooked and become bitter tasting. view more.