Spread the love at your next holiday bash with these sweet candy treats.
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These snowmen are melt-proof—until you dunk them in a hot cup of cocoa.
These white chocolate fudge cuties will be the most adorable treat on your dessert table.
Nothing beats a soft gingerbread cookie—but this fudge might just be the next best thing. Use a cookie cutter to make fudge gingerbread men!
Get the recipe at Delish.
If you thought it couldn't get any more decadent than German chocolate cake, think again. This fudge can satisfy your deepest candy cravings!
Get the recipe at Spicy Southern Kitchen.
This 3-ingredient bark makes the perfect stocking stuffer or hostess gift.
Pipe at an angle to create floppy hats.
Marshmallows aren't just for s'mores: These peppermint versions make perfect stocking stuffers.
Stuff your stockings with this festive holiday chocolate bark.
These sweet white chocolate treats look just like real melting snowmen.
Sugar cookie dough, white chocolate, and a sprinkle of cinnamon make up these easy no-cook cookie dough truffles.
These melt-in-your-mouth peppermint treats are tasty on their own, but also make cute decorations for holiday desserts.
Mini candy bars, pretzels, vanilla candy coating and red sprinkles are all you need to create these scrumptious treats. Put them in a bowl as a lovely centerpiece for parties or put them in a mason jar as a present.
Get the recipe from The Gunny Sack.
These candy spoons are not only entirely edible, but are also easy-to-create and make for an incredible treat for your sweet tooth.
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Only six ingredients will get you these chewy, vanilla- and pecan-filled bites. Yum!
Get the recipe at SouthernBite.
Cognac, crystallized ginger and a hint of vanilla take these heavenly bittersweet chocolate truffles to new heights.
This delectable fudge is rich and silky—and only requires 10 minutes of hands-on prep work! It's fantastic with crushed candy canes, as well as crushed pistachios or toasted coconut.
These acorns are 100% edible and 100% amazing.
Sweet and simple to make, this bark has plenty of bite with an indulgent combination of semisweet chocolate, white chocolate, sliced almonds and dried cranberries.
These fancy French confections are really just homemade caramel—made by boiling buttermilk with white and brown sugar, butter and corn syrup—with toasted chopped pecans mixed in before they set.
Move over, jingle bells. This holiday season is all about jelly bells!
Made with an unassuming mix of heavy whipping cream, milk, bittersweet chocolate, eggs and sugar, this chocolate custard is so decadent that just one spoonful will leave you hooked for seasons to come.
Peppermint white chocolate ganache and semi-sweet chocolate combine beautifully to create this refreshing and festive dessert.
Get the recipe at House of Yumm.
Staple Christmas ingredients, white chocolate, and peppermint join together in a rich fudge with a cookie crumb crust and candy cane topping.
Get the recipe at A Night Owl.
Maraschino cherries are covered in cherry dough and chocolate, creating an ultra sweet combination that will be your new holiday favorite.
Get the recipe at Cincy Shopper.
What's better than chocolate and peanut butter? Quickly whip together this five-ingredient favorite for all your guests to enjoy.
Get the recipe at Cakescottage.
Turn a staple drink into fudge with chocolate milk and chips and yummy marshmallow toppings.
Get the recipe at Wonky Wonderful.
These candies combine coconut, cherries, pecans, and chocolate to create a festive looking treat for all.
Get the recipe at Mom On Timeout.
Salted peanuts and caramel come together in white chocolate for the perfect mix of sweet and salty.
Get the recipe at Garnish & Glaze.