Why make your own candy, when you it is so easy to find candy everywhere? For one, you control the ingredients that go into it. You can enjoy candy knowing that it hasn’t been sitting on a shelf for months. Another reason to make your own candy, is to personalize it to your specific needs. If you have a food allergy or are on a special diet, there is a candy here that you can enjoy. So check out these Homemade Candy Recipes and try out a few that call out to you.
Homemade Candy Recipes
Hot Cocoa Fudge Recipe from Mess for Less – This Hot Cocoa Fudge Recipe is inspired by my favorite cold weather drink. It is packed with rich chocolate flavor and the marshmallows just take it over the top!
Sour Patch Grapes from Dinner Then Dessert – My kids love these and they are way better for them than actual candy.
Keto Chocolate Fudge from The Essential Baker – Think you can’t enjoy a sweet treat like fudge on a keto or low carb diet? You’ll be thrilled with this easy recipe.
Marzipan Candy from What A Girl Eats – These are so much fun to make and eat and they make such a pretty garnish for baked treats.
Snickerdoodle Cookie Dough Truffles from My Military Savings – If you love snickerdoodle cookies, you will flip for this delightful truffle.
Homemade Toffee from The Rising Spoon – Toffee is one of my favorite candies, and I love how this recipe makes it without corn syrup.
Copycat Almond Joy from Joy Filled Eats – If you are looking for a yummy low carb candy that you can enjoy, try this!
Vegan Chocolate Caramels from A Virtual Vegan – These chocolate caramels are just decadent and a great option for vegans.
Peanut Pretzel Clusters from Say Grace Blog – These remind me of a favorite homemade candy from when I was kid. How can you go wrong with peanuts, pretzels and chocolate?
Coconut Fudge from Lake Shore Lady – I love the combo of almond butter and coconut in this fudge.
Tahini Bon Bons from Fried Dandelions – This nut and gluten free dessert will be a big hit with your guests.
Beet Nut Butter Cups from Veggie Desserts – You’ll love the pink color inside these chocolates.
Caramel Peanut Pretzel Candy from Healthy Helper Blog – These would be great to make as a teacher gift or a gift for those special people in your life.
Homemade Twix Bars from Zagleft – These look so much better than the store bought variety!
Peppermint Patties from Served From Scratch – Do you have some mint and chocolate lovers in your house? Make this take on a classic childhood candy.
Smoked Almond Chocolate Turtles from Baker Betty – If you are a dark chocolate lover, then this is the candy for you!
Whether you are making Christmas candy to give as a gift or just making candy to enjoy at home, these recipes are sure to satisfy!
Eat At Home Meal Plans
Have you heard about Eat At Home Meal Plans? If the cost of eating out or the decision of what to make for dinner each night is stressing you out, then you must try these. When you sign up, you get access to four separate meal plans each month (Traditional, Wholesome Traditional, Slow Cooker, and No Flour/No Sugar). All you do is print the plans, color-coded grocery lists, and recipes you want for that month. Don’t worry, there are lots of options, so even picky eaters will find something they like.
Then when it is time for dinner, make that night’s recipe (choices include make-ahead, freezer meals, slow-cooker recipes, and other time-saving strategies).
That’s it! Dinner is on the table and you can enjoy a home cooked meal with the family – without the stress!
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