This page contains recipes for Boston creme candy. Try this old fashioned nutty caramel fudge for a delicious homemade candy.
This is a page about creating candy with molds. There are candy molds that you can buy or make to use in creating your own sweet candy treats.
You don't need a stove to make candy, many recipes can be made right in the microwave. This is a great way to teach kids to cook.
This is a page about peanut butter roll candy. This old fashioned candy starts with two household staples, a potato and peanut butter.
This page contains cornflake candy recipes. An alternative to rice crispy treats is homemade no bake candies using cornflakes.
There are so many delicious chocolate candy recipes that you can make a new one every time you like. This page contains chocolate candy recipes.
This page contains quick and easy candy recipes. Making candy at home does not have to be a difficult and time consuming chore.
People with diabetes and others who are trying to reduce their sugar intake can still enjoy the occasional sweet candy treat by making a sugar-free variation. This page contains recipes for sugar-free candy.
Burnt Sugar candy isn't really made from burnt sugar. It's made by cooking sugar until it has caramelized and turned a deep brown ('burnt') color. This page contains burnt sugar candy recipes.
This page contains cow pies candy recipes. There are several variations of this chocolate candy, often containing nuts and raisins, that you can try.
This page contains millionaire candy recipes. Combine chocolate, caramels, and nuts to create these scrumptious candies.
This page contains Valentine's Day candy recipes. When you think of Valentine's Day, you think of love, flowers, hearts, cards, and candy.
This chocolate confection is great to make for gifts and gatherings. This page contains fudge recipes.
Starchy potatoes are good for more than just a savory side dish. Make cute potato shaped confections, usually containing potatoes and powdered sugar.
This page contains Christmas candy recipes. Whether they are just for you and your family or part of a gift to someone, these sweet treats are sure to be a hit this Christmas.
There's a company in the Cleveland area (The Humphrey Co.) that makes Candy Kisses and this is part of their description of the candy: "Remember that famous vanilla flavored, old fashioned pulled taffy in the yellow wrap? It is just as good as you think, and it's low fat, too. It will melt in your mouth, but only if you can resist chewing it."