Top Rated Candy Recipes

A study conducted last year found that more than 35 million pounds of candy corn are sold annually. This recipe uses the popular candy in a fun and, not to mention healthy, way.
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Because parties really are all about the sweets, Spelling shared with us some great tips for glamming up our average cupcakes
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Cotton candy
Or candy floss! Or fairy floss! Or Papa’s beard! Personally, I prefer “candy floss,” the British appellation, because it conjures a host of potential nightmares for dental technicians; while I have the utmost respect for those lovely people, there’s the evil gnome in me that would love to see “candy floss” in the dental hygiene aisle just to vex them. “Fairy floss” is a perfectly scrumptious name, and it pleases me immeasurably to think of burly, stubbly Aussie blokes ordering up “fairy floss” for their sweet little children. And speaking of stubble, who in the hell thought it was a good idea to call something you wrap on a stick and eat “Papa’s beard”? Regardless of what other people call it, it’s heaven on earth. Just not to a dentist.
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During the holidays, there's no better complement to a cup of steaming hot chocolate than a candy cane to stir it with. No matter what you dip it in — white chocolate, dark chocolate, or sprinkles — a dipped candy cane will add that festive flavor of peppermint to your hot chocolate.
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These martinis will get your guests in the mood for Halloween. The orange candy corn not only tastes great in the drink, but looks great as well! 
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Deep Fried Candy Bars
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You no longer have to wait for the state fair to get your deep-fried candy bar fix. Blogger Amy Erickson of Oh Bite It! delivers an indulgent snack, perfect for kids’ parties and cookouts. For an extra kick of chocolate, dust the fried candy bars with unsweetened cocoa powder. Click Here to See More Candy Bar Recipes
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cotton candy
This recipe is courtesy of Tablespoon.com
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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.
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bacon
While we do include a special ingredient in our restaurant version, we wanted to ensure that everyone had the chance to try a version of our yummy candied bacon. Recipe courtesy of Bob Evans Farms
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Cracker Candy Recipe Author: A to Zebra Celebrations Recipe type: Dessert Prep time:  10 mins Cook time:  30 mins Total time:  40 mins Ingredients 1 sleeve of saltine crackers 1 cup of real butter 1 cup of brown sugar 1 12oz chocolate chips 1 cup of pecans (optional) Instructions Cover cookie sheet with foil. Spray foil with cooking spray. Crumble saltine crackers over cookies sheet. In sauce pan melt butter and brown sugar. Bring to boil. Cook 3-5 minutes or until mixture begins to boil over. Pour mixture over crackers. Place in oven for 5 minutes at 400 degrees. Watch to make sure it does not burn. Remove from oven and sprinkle chocolate chips over cookie sheet. Chips will begin to melt. Spread chocolate evenly over top of crackers and mixture. Sprinkle with pecans. Refrigerate 20-30 minutes or until hard. Remove from refrigerator and break apart. http://atozebracelebrations.com/2013/02/cracker-candy-recipe.html
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Candied Yams
This recipe is a rich and delicious addition to your holiday meals. If you want to enhance your already incredible yams, there's nothing better than marshmellows.
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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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