Whether you call them sweets, lollies or candy there are lots of sweet treat recipes to choose from including toffee, honeycomb, fudge, caramel and marshmallow.
This is a nice basic construction but you can make your house more elaborate as you get more familiar with the process. Use your imagination and lollies and icing to make doors, windows, pathways and a garden. The gingerbread needs to sit overnight after cooking and after assembly - the fun is in the decorating!
Recipe by: Ruth
This sweet is called 'shuku shuku' in Nigeria. It's very simple and easy to make and a favourite of children of all ages.
Recipe by: Forgemaster
I've been on a bit of a lollie run lately and found this one from way back. Your own version of Crunchie-just without the chocolate. This is easy to make and fun when you add the bicarb!
Recipe by: Nicola
This cake is sure to be a hit at a kid's birthday party! Popcorn is mixed with melted marshmallows, soft lollies and peanuts then set in the fridge.
Recipe by: Nancy Stitham
Malt biscuits, crushed then mixed with condensed milk and melted butter. All wrapped around chunks of Eskimo lollies and rolled in desiccated coconut.
Recipe by: CheekyKiwi
Mum always called it lolly log! This not to sweet log has malt biscuits and fruit puffs or eskimo lollies.
Recipe by: JuliettevanSon
Today me and my mum tried to make Turkish delight but our cream of tartar was so old that is when we found out how to make hard candy! Try this recipe for old grandmas and grandpas for their birthdays and they will love it. Try it for yourself you will find the results are 5 star!!!
Recipe by: dmunn03
The perfect unhealthy snack for the sweet tooth! This is quite like the candy corn you can get in the shops.
Recipe by: PEYTANSMOM
These are just like the ones you can buy and are as good or better. Very easy to make in the muffin tin.
Recipe by: pamjlee
These are so cute and are also easy enough for small children to help prepare. Use candy-coated Easter eggs or different coloured jelly beans to decorate nests.
Recipe by: prissycat