Top Rated Candy Recipes

Somewhere between fudge and caramel, penoche is a classic Christmas candy. Add it to your dessert table this holiday season for a fun surprise.This recipe is courtesy of Imperial Sugar.
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4.5
Candied Flowers
There are several ways you can incorporate edible flowers into food. If you're looking for something on the sweet side, candied flowers are a great way to help add flavor and color to your favorite dessert.This recipe is by Leah Eskin and was originally published in the Chicago Tribune.
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4.5
Candy Corn Bark
Are you buried in candy corn after trick or treating? Here's a great recipe to use it all up and make it taste better. This recipe uses just three ingredients to create a delicious treat for the family.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker
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4.5
There’s no trick to this treat. Chocolate cupcakes made with Betty Crocker Super Moist devil’s food cake mix and Rich & Creamy frosting — a dessert recipe that showcases Halloween thrills.Recipe courtesy of Betty Crocker.
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4.5
Candy-Infused Gin
Any sugar-coated candy, such as Skittles or Starbursts, will do for this drink! Simply separate the candies by flavor, put them in the bottom of a sealable jar, and pour gin over them for a delicious cocktail base you can claim as your own. 
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4.5
CANDY COATED STRAWBERRY CARROTS
Eat like the Easter Bunny, well sort of. Coat strawberries in orange candy melts and like magic they turn to carrots.This recipe is courtesy of Belly Full.
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4.5
Candy Cane Frothee
This warm frothed milk before-bedtime treat is sure to send you off to sleep with the sweetest of dreams. It includes candy cane syrup, which is surprisingly easy to make, and also available at many grocery stores during the holidays. Try using chocolate milk instead of regular for a mocha version. If you are in the mood for a drinkable treat, there are plenty of ways to do it with the help of candy canes. 
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4
Candy Corn Bark
What a colorful, fun bark to use for any October event. This easy recipe will give you a delicious Candy Corn dessert that all of your friends will love. It combines white chocolate, dark chocolate, and toffee bits to make this bark filled with chocolatey goodness. This recipe is courtesy of Samantha Merritt. 
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4
Matzo Candy recipe - The Daily Meal
Make your own "candy" by baking matzo with brown sugar and butter, then topping it with melted chocolate and whatever toppings your heart desires. Try crushed Oreos, berries, or rainbow sprinkles.This recipe is by Beth Ebin.
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3.666665
Candied Bacon
Bacon for breakfast is good but candied bacon is even better, especially when you add the smoky flavor of the grill to the mix. What a way to celebrate...anything!
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3.5
Candy Corn Marshmallow
These tiny marshmallow treats are quick and easy if you're looking for a last-minute dessert. Your kids can help dip these marshmallows to make Candy-Corn colored treats. You can also get creative and make some Candy Corn colored strawberries while you have the melted candies. 
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3.5
martini
Angostura bitters, bourbon, maraschino cherries, and candy corn syrup come together in this recipe to make a festive-spin off the timeless Old Fashioned. Be sure to prepare the candy corn syrup before you host your Halloween bash, just to give it time to settle.This recipe is courtesy of Executive Chef Caprial Pence at Bookstore Bar & Restaurant in Seattle.
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2.5