Yes, I mentioned some candy in my post about kitchen gifts, but not all that we made. So, here goes with a list of candy we actually prepared for Christmas 2022.
Heavenly Delight is always at the top of our candy list. Originally known as Double Decker Fudge , this is a layered chocolate-peanut butter fudge that is a huge favorite in our family. It is in the center of the tray below.
Another big favorite with certain people (and so it must go on our candy list every year) is Special Holiday Fudge, which is chocolate filled with nuts and raisins. It tastes somewhat like an old-fashioned Chunky bar.
Arlene's Easy Fudge is another favorite of ours. I don't think I have a photo of it, but it's just a good, incredibly easy fudge that you make by just melting together a few ingredients. It's possible that's what Sam is preparing in the photo below.
have become a must for our family and friends. I like to add them to a cookie tray for interest and color, but also because they are so delicious and festive tasting.
Of course we also did some candy making with four local grandkids. You see my blog post and my note (miraculously located!) from 2021.
The Easy Salted Caramel Fudge from Something Swanky is just one step beyond Arlene's fudge, as it's the same simple type of recipe with baking chips and sweetened condensed milk.
The peppermint-drizzled oreos were simply purchased oreo-type cookies drizzled with white chocolate and sprinkled with crushed peppermints.
And that was our Christmas candy making for this year ... although Mr. T continues to produce batches of Heavenly Delight as we proceed through the winter months!