From candy canes on the tree to the sweets decorating gingerbread houses, candy is a traditional part of winter holiday celebrations. Christmas is a great excuse to try new recipes to give as gifts (and of course, to enjoy yourself). Whether you're a toffee fan or a truffle lover, you're sure to find something new you love when you make these Christmas candies.
Peppermint bark is a Christmas classic. Who can resist dark chocolate, white chocolate, and crisp bites of minty candy canes? This delicious, easy peppermint bark makes a wonderful holiday gift.
Magical Reindeer Chow is a Christmas candy that appeals to both Santa's reindeer and kids of all ages. Cereal, pretzels, chocolate, and fruit is coated in a white chocolate mixture, then dusted with edible glitter to add the final magical touch. Kids will love munching on this treat and then leaving some out for Rudolph and his friends to enjoy!
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Tired of the usual caramel corn? Try gingerbread popcorn! The texture is similar to caramel corn, but this Christmas candy has a twist: molasses, brown sugar, and lots of spices give this sweet and crunchy treat a delicious gingerbread flavor.
In this Christmas candy, rich chocolate truffles are formed into beautifully decorated Christmas tree ornaments. You can really let your creativity run wild in decorating these truffle ornaments: use different flavors of candy coating, sprinkles, miniature candies, and more to make them lovely and unique.
Truffles are a surefire way to wow your friends and loved ones. They look and taste amazing, but are surprisingly easy to make. These delicious truffles feature crunchy candy cane bits over a smooth, minty, ultra-dark chocolate ganache. The result is an indulgent candy perfect for holiday parties.