These buttery, salty, deliciously chewy confections taste rich and extravagant. Even though they require attention to detail, they are easy to make and fun to give away -- that is, if you can stand to part with them. Here is your step-by-step guide to the essentials of caramel making.
Press this macaroon mixture into mini muffin tins to create bite-size baskets for your favorite Easter candies. For a chocolate version, fill each basket two-thirds full with melted chocolate (we used three ounces total) and let them set before adding candies.
For your food-loving friends with grown-up palates, choose from our collection of sophisticated candy for gift-giving. The sweetness of these candies is balanced by bittersweet chocolate, tea, sea salt, toasted nuts, or a splash of rum, bourbon, brandy, or liqueur.
The perfect way to give homemade Christmas candy is in a handcrafted box, bag, jar, or tin. Choose from easy packaging ideas that kids can help with, cute containers that double as Christmas decorations, and printable templates and clip art to help you create the perfect package for your candy.