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 recipe that is so easy to make that once u made it u'll never forget how. You can also use this recipe and add a few other ingredients and u will have the nicest rocky road slice u have had in a long time! You need 2-3 hours for this to fully set in the fridge.
This is not your ordinary popcorn; Christmas is a time for overindulgence so why not sweeten up the popcorn too. I let my nieces and nephews eat it and have even been known to put it in a bag with a fancy ribbon for a gift.
These are just like the ones you can buy and are as good or better. Very easy to make in the muffin tin.
They're like toffee apples - but coated in a melted caramel lollies then rolled in marshmallows and nuts.
Sugar, sugar and more sugar, how could you go wrong? Marshmallows are dipped in white chocolate and then a little ghost face is added.
Malt biscuits, crushed then mixed with condensed milk and melted butter. All wrapped around chunks of Eskimo lollies and rolled in desiccated coconut.
Wonderful dark paste without fear of it sticking to the bottom of the pot.
Mum always called it lolly log! This not to sweet log has malt biscuits and fruit puffs or eskimo lollies.
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!!!
Living in Australia it is hard to use the snow theme, but this recipe added a little of the cold weather magic to our day. The kids and I had a great time making them. Please add your photo too, I would love to see other peoples ideas.