Old Fashioned Candy Recipes that take you back to when you were a child! I have incredible old fashioned Christmas candy. Check out the list below to consider whipping these up this holiday season.
Old Fashioned Christmas Candy Recipes
If you are a fan of the classic rich and chocolatey fudge, you have to try this microwave fudge. It is incredible, easy, and one that i make each and every year.
These homemade caramels are buttery and will melt in your mouth. These are incredible and I highly recommend this classic Christmas Candy Recipe.
Grab your crock pot and make these incredible peanut clusters for your family and friends. Sweet chocolate with a crunchy peanut in every bite.
If you love a classic peanut brittle you will have to give this recipe a try. A crunchy brittle that is sweet and tasty and will taste just like grandma used to make.
Saltine toffee is a must make for the holidays. This classic candy is incredible and such an easy way Christmas crack recipe. This is a must make for an easy dessert for the family.
This peppermint bark is cool and melt in your mouth sweet. This is a vegan peppermint bark that is crazy simple to make for snacking on.
This layered fudge is a classic fudge. Call it buckeye fudge or chocolate peanut butter fudge. Whichever you call it this will win over your sweet tooth cravings.
If you love a classic divinity recipe, then you will have to try this recipe. Here is a great recipe to consider whipping up this holiday season.
Here are some tasty peppermint bark pretzels that are an easy no-bake treat to enjoy. These have a peppermint twist to them so they are minty and sweet.
A 4 ingredient potato candy that is so simple to make. I know it sounds strange but once you take a bite you will love this quick and easy dessert.
This is a super easy chocolate truffles recipe that is going to feel like you bought it from a high-quality bakery. A nice creamy filling to sink your teeth into.
This Christmas Nougat screams Christmas with the red, green and white colors. I love a good nougat recipe and this one has a fun spin on it to consider.
This recipe is a vegan turtle cluster recipe. Crunchy pecans, sweet caramel, topped with nice milk chocolate. Bite into these delightful bite-size desserts.
If you love white chocolate these vanilla nut clusters are a fun one to make. You can warm it up in your crockpot for an easy hands-off approach to these candy clusters.
If you love a cream cheese mint you will love these chocolate mints. They have a nice hint of chocolate and mint in every single bite.