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These candy recipes that are mostly made at our home during the holidays. Find you year-round candy recipes to make that your whole family will enjoy. Browse through a variety of candy options. Find some old and new candy options to add to your go-to recipe section.  

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Making your own homemade caramel sauce is easier than you might think, and the results are well worth the effort. Do you love the sweet and buttery flavor of caramel sauce? Do you wish you could make it at home but feel intimidated by the thought? This easy homemade caramel sauce recipe is for you! …

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Caramel Coated Puff Corn is just the perfect combination of a crispy caramel crunch that is buttery, salty, and sweet. It is best to make two batches of this treat as it is a bit addicting. Caramel coated puff corn is a favorite of mine. It’s the perfect treat for family gatherings and parties, especially …

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White Chocolate Puff Corn Crack only takes two ingredients, yet it is highly addicting. It is hard to have just one piece. A bit crunchy, salty, and sweet scrumptious treat. *Post contains affiliate links* for more information please read the disclaimer on the About Us page. It only takes minutes to make this delectable goodness. …

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This recipe has been in the family for over 100 years. It has been tweaked through the years until it is the only English Toffee our family likes to eat. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do.
What a treat it is!
Cook time: approximately 30 min. Prep time approximately 15 min. Plus cooling time

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Lots of peanut butter and chocolate taste. Only cooking required is melting the chocolate in the microwave. This recipe is requested at the holidays. 2 ½ Cups powdered sugar
2 Cups crushed graham crackers (can purchase this in a box or use a food processor to crush them fine)
24 oz. peanut butter, any kind. (I prefer Jiff or Skippy creamy)
¼ lb. soft butter (1 stick)
Melting chocolate for coating (I prefer

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