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  • Overview
  • Candy Packaging Ideas
  • Clip-Art Candy Labels
  • Christmas Candy Wreath
  • Christmas Crafts Made of Candy

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Everything You Need to Know About

Christmas Candies

The holidays are a time of gift-giving, and there's no better gift than one handmade and from the heart. And if that gift happens to be edible? All the better -- after all, 'tis the season for pecan clusters, chocolate bark, and fruity gumdrops.

 

Are you ready to take a step into Candy Land? Let the whimsical wonders of the holiday season inspire you in the kitchen. Think candy cane mice, garlands of colorful gummies, and gingerbread (or peppermint!) houses decorated with sugary delights. For inspiration, browse our colorful and creative confection-based crafts. And if you want to try your hand at confectionery yourself, the how-tos of our Clip-Art Candy Labels section contain recipes for a multitude of homemade delights.

The holidays are a time of gift-giving, and there's no better gift than one handmade and from the heart. And if that gift happens to be edible? All the better -- after all, 'tis the season for pecan clusters, chocolate bark, and fruity gumdrops.

 

Are you ready to take a step into Candy Land? Let the whimsical wonders of the holiday season inspire you in the kitchen. Think candy cane mice, garlands of colorful gummies, and gingerbread (or peppermint...

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All About Christmas Candies

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recipe

Are you looking for a dazzling treat that's a snap to make? This familiar favorite is perfect: Just melt, stir and swirl. The salted peanuts provide a simple counterbalance to the sweetness of eddied white and dark chocolates. Get the packaging how-to for the Winter Bark.

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recipe

Tempering is the heating-and-cooling process that stabilizes chocolate, making it satiny and snappy when broken. Chocolate can only be tempered once; pour the leftover tempered chocolate from this recipe onto a baking pan to harden, then store and use as baking chocolate.