Easy Almond Butter Fudge
This simple almond butter fudge requires very little work for lots of rich almond-flavored reward. Share it with friends and family — if you don’t finish the whole batch yourself first.For more great recipes like this one, visit Something Swanky.
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Milk Chocolate, Popcorn and Honeycomb Rubble
I have been a pastry chef for over 20 years, and I reckon my greatest creation could be this. Three ingredients — milk chocolate, popcorn, and honeycomb chunks – is all it takes to make the most addictive sweet treat ever. I sell absolutely loads of this in my shop; it’s my biggest-selling confectionery item by far. Make this and take it to the cinema for the best movie snack ever.Simple to make, this honeycomb is addictive. The recipe differs from some inferior incarnations — this actually contains honey. You’d be surprised how many don’t!The recipe calls for checking the temperature with a digital thermometer, but I reckon you can ditch that and cook it by eye after you’ve had practice in making it a few times. You’ll eventually be an expert and get the hang of it, plus it’s hard to correctly get the temperature without overcooking the syrup or getting your hands really hot.This honeycomb can be packaged as a gift or used by itself or for another recipe.Makes a decent amount that can be smashed into smaller pieces once cool.— Darren Purchese, author of Lamingtons & Lemon Tart
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Destination Hotels
Sometimes all you want in life is a simple milkshake. This recipe is a great guideline for experimenting with your own outrageous milkshake flavors.This recipe is courtesy of Wild Dunes Resort, A Destination Hotel.
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Haute Chocolate
On a mountaintop in Vail is one of the best hot cocoas I've ever had. The cocoa at Remedy at the Four Seasons is prepared using two types of Swiss chocolate, some marshmallow, and a splash of Chantilly cream. The presentation itself is a work of art. A mug gilded with a lattice of chocolate is placed before you along with a house-made marshmallow. The liquid is then poured slowly on top, dissolving all of the heavenly ingredients into a creamy, smooth, and decadent cup of the best hot chocolate you will likely have anywhere.
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Malted Milk Chocolate Stout Float
Channel the luck of the Irish and enjoy one of these (adults only) ice cream floats this St. Patrick’s Day.Click here for more dessert recipes.
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Salted Cashew and Milk Chocolate Whippersnapper Cookies
These salty cashew and chocolate cookies use Betty Crocker’s chocolate cake mix as their base.This recipe is from culinary, mystery author, Joanna Fluke's Lake Eden Cookbook.
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Milk chocolate cookies with ginger and toffee
We use crystallized ginger in these revved up chocolate chip cookies specifically because it’s as sparkly as any New Year’s Eve dress worth its price in glitter.
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Chocolate Chip Cookies
Get all jiggy with a 'pop' of red color in these soft Gluten-Free White Chocolate Peppermint & Milk Chocolate Chip Cookies baked in a lovely cream cheese cookie dough! Santa wants!For more great recipes like this one, visit The Baking Chocolatess.
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A delicious, complex shake that simply satisfies your sweet-tooth. 
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Want to make s’mores? Make sure you use HERSHEY’S milk chocolate bars in your recipe. 
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Coffee, milk, and chocolate — grilled donuts are a little bit of heaven on Earth.
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kit kats
Everyone loves the crunchy, wafer filling of a Kit Kat bar, and this recipe proves that replicating it is as easy as making a trip to the store for some Neapolitan wafers. 
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