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Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Peanutty Pie Crust Clusters recipe from Tasteofhome. Chocolate Drizzled Caramel Cashew Clusters - Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Snowmen Cookies. It’s been a while since I’ve made these…and then I realized, even though you may have seen them before, I’ve never blogged about them.

Snowmen Cookies

Plus, I’ve made a couple changes to the originals. It all started when I found (orange!) Candy-coated sunflower seeds at Tj-Maxx/HomeGoods. Immediately I thought – noses, as carrots for snowmen! Just what any normal person would think if they came across these, right!? Well anyways, I highly suggest you go buy yourself a pack o’ Nutter Butters, some Candiquik and fancy sprinkles. Begin by melting Vanilla Candiquik in the tray according to package directions. Dip Nutter Butter cookies in the coating and place on wax paper.

Before the coating has set, press 1 coated sunflower seed as the nose and 3 confetti sprinkles as buttons; let set. Once the coating is completely dry, use the edible marker to draw eyes and smile (or smirk, grin, “O”, etc.). Using cake writing icing to pipe on hat. Tasteofhome. Tasteofhome. Cream Cheese Fudge - All food Recipes. This Cream Cheese Fudge is delicious, not too sweet (if you are a lover of the extra sweet add more stevia) Cream cheese adds a smooth texture, and by replacing regular sugar by stevia that Cream Cheese Fudge becomes low carb Cream Cheese Fudge Ingredients: 1 Stick Butter 2 oz.

Cream Cheese Fudge - All food Recipes

Bakers Unsweetened Chocolate 1 Tablespoon Vanilla 1 8 oz. package Cream Cheese, softened 1/2 Cup Stevia or any sweetener or your choice to taste Instructions: Place butter and chocolate in a small pan and melt oven low heat. Cream Cheese Fudge Recipe credit Mariasmixingbowl. Salted Caramel Brownies. Grands!® Pepperoni Pizza Bake recipe from Homemade Snickers Bars. Remember when I told you I hated chocolate?

Homemade Snickers Bars

Mounds Coconut Copycat Chocolate Balls! Let me start off by telling you, these are Dangerously Delicious!

Mounds Coconut Copycat Chocolate Balls!

They taste better then any store-bought candy bar & make great gifts too! They would make such perfect additions to any get-together, party or Holiday! So super easy & with less then 5 ingredients! Trust me, if you have never tried making something like this before, you will be HOOKED after the first bite!

JACK DANIEL’S CANDIED PECANS. Andes Mint Fudge. Andes Mint is the perfect flavor to use as a base for a good holiday fudge- make a batch and share with family, friends, teachers, and neighbors this season, but only if you want it to be asked for again and again!

Andes Mint Fudge

A quick and easy fudge recipe is a must in your holiday baking repertoire for adding to your Christmas goody tray, as a hostess gift for dinner parties, or just to satisfy a sweet tooth and this mint and dark chocolate combination is tasty and creamy. There are no special gadgets required, not even a candy thermometer so it comes together easily with just 6 ingredients and in less than 20 minutes prep and cooking time. It is a rich fudge so be sure and cut into smaller pieces to enjoy. Ingredients: ⅔ cup evaporated milk 2 cups marshmallows 1 cup andes mint chips 1 cup dark chocolate chips 2 tsp. vanilla extract. Chocolate Drizzled Caramel Cashew Clusters. Caramel cashew clusters are simple to make and fun to eat.

Chocolate Drizzled Caramel Cashew Clusters

A drizzle of chocolate and a sprinkle of sea salt, adds the crowning touch! I've been dipping fruit and nuts in buttery caramel for as long as I can remember. Much longer than I've been blogging about my kitchen adventures. At times, I make my own homemade caramel, and at times, I may indulge in a shortcut. This recipe is one such shortcut treat, and it's a time honored family favorite. You'll need: 1 [14] oz pkg caramels, unwrapped [i.e. Easy Chocolate Ganache. Silky smooth chocolate hazelnut ganache with just 2 ingredients.

Easy Chocolate Ganache

It really doesn't get easier than this. This recipe is ready in 3 minutes and it is one you will be pulling out again and again.It is perfect for fondue, ice cream topping, dipping cupcakes, frosting cakes and even making truffles. You are going to love it. Simple is really my motto these days. Strawberries and Cream White Chocolate Bark. Strawberry Gumdrop Hearts Recipe - A Valentine's Day Treat. How To Make Your Very Own Gummy Bears At Home. This Is Simply Brilliant!

German Chocolate Fudge. Homemade Almond Joys with Dark Chocolate. Graham Cracker Toffee. Okay.

Graham Cracker Toffee

Homemade Peppermint Patties. Homemade Snickers Bars. Homemade Gumdrops. Crock Pot Chocolate Clusters. Day 165 - Baked Cinnamon Apple Slices - 365 Days of Baking. Homemade Snickers Bars. Insanity.

Homemade Snickers Bars

That’s what this is. Pure In.San.It.TEEEEE. You know those days when you’re in desperate need of sugar and you’ve already downed more gummy vitamins than recommended while seriously considering how many more you can ingest without causing severe harm to your internal organs? They’re just so gooooood. Well… in that case you should make some homemade snickers bars. How to make your own Craisins. 494 On Columbus Day, the kids were home, no school.

How to make your own Craisins

Hubs was working, it was gorgeous outside. So what better thing, then to go apple picking and enjoy the last of falls great weather right? I packed the kids up, met up with my Mother In Law and headed up to one of my favorite orchards. It was great, the kids had a blast, the sun was out, the leaf peeping was at it's peak, and the mountain views were amazing! We packed up our apples, stopped at my Mother In Laws house for a quick snack to bring on the road home. On the way home. Simple Healthy Baked Banana Chips. Ever find yourself with one banana left out of a bunch... looks too brown to eat but not quite old enough to throw away?? Apple Chips. I recently bought a mandolin... finally! Now that I have one I can't resist making chips of all kinds. Potato, zucchini, beet, banana, and now... apple!

These are my new favorite snack! The key is to get them as thin as possible before they start to fall apart. If your using a mandolin set it at 1/8 in or thinner. I've made several batches over the past few days, I dip them in peanut butter, sprinkle them in sugar, apple spices, pumpkin spices, but to be honest my favorite way to enjoy them is plain and unsweetened. These are too easy not to try, and they are quite addictive. Strawberries and Cream White Chocolate Bark. Chocolate Drizzled Caramel Cashew Clusters. Salted Hard Cider Caramels. I am not huge into candy making during the holidays. I tend to leave that to my Nana. She is famous for making huge baskets and tins filled with truffles, chocolate covered cherries, fudge and other Christmas goodies. I dabble in fudge making, maybe make some cookies..... and then there are caramels. I have seen many recipes for salted caramels and cider caramels in the blog world for a long time now.

Homemade Almond Joys with Dark Chocolate.