Sweet treats and delicious fudge for holidays or any days.
Sweet tooth or no sweet tooth, these candy and fudge recipes are sure to delight all!
We think your neighbors will certainly agree: These extra-chocolaty fudge hearts are best when shared. But don't forget to save a few for yourself.
For children who don't like nuts, simply substitute more chocolate chips.
These glittery wands perform one magic trick again and again they disappear! And the high-flying broomsticks are perfect for tucking into a gift bag.
Smooth and sweet, caramel can turn just about any dessert golden--like these candy critters that are sure to disappear a lot quicker than their namesake.
It's my party, and I'll eat fudge if I want to . . . fudge if I want to. You'd eat fudge, too, if it happened to you. Reprinted with permission from 1332924718
If you do not have an ocean handy, just use tap water with a teaspoon of salt dissolved in it.
Have a ball with these edible Christmas ornaments!
Karen H., Montecello, Indiana
Rediscover an old favorite with these fun-to-make (and quick to disappear!) Peanut Butter Truffle Mice. That good old peanut butter-chocolate combination is this year's most popular flavor.
A rich sauce for ice cream, and other yummy desserts.
This delicious beach snack is a new and creative way to use your Jell-O.