6 Recipes for Making Chocolate Wedding Favors That Guests Will Love
Melt-in-your-mouth ideas for ending your celebration on a sweet note.
Give the gift of candy to go on your big day. These DIYs result in scrumptious goodies that are easy to package up as a takeaway treat.
Peanut Butter Cups
Bittersweet chocolate, white chocolate, and peanut butter stack up to make these bite-size bits. Top them off with roasted peanuts, or dress them up with pistachios, cashews, or dried cranberries.
Deep Dark Chocolate Caramels
Bittersweet chocolate balances the rich flavor of these caramels and gives them a deep, dark hue. Bonus: This recipe produces 150 candies, making it a go-to option for even a large wedding.
Chewy caramel, toasted pecans, rum, and bittersweet chocolate? You’d be hard-pressed to find a store-bought version that’s as superlative as this easy homemade rendition.
The French term for button candies is nonpareils, which means “without peer.” No one who remembers them from their youth would argue with that appellation.
Italian Meringue Kisses
At the end of the reception, send guests on their way with sweet kisses. Along with traditional meringues, include coffee and chocolate flavors that are then dipped in bittersweet chocolate for a sweet finishing touch.
Creamy Fudge Hearts
Send them home with love with these petite hearts made from creamy fudge.
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