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 you have made it once, you will never forget how. It can be made as a simple chocolate fudge or add a few extra ingredients to turn it into rocky road. You need 2-3 hours for this to fully set in the fridge.
This is a four ingredient fudge, super easy to make and delicious. You can use almonds instead of pecans which also work well.
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.
This delicious recipe is a guilty pleasure of mine. Enjoy the chewy crunchy caramel base with a rich chocolate ganache over the top that melts in your mouth. You can also do all the melting/heating in the microwave, but it's never quite as good!
This slice is a family favourite. So easy to prepare and no baking reuqired. It keeps well in the pantry and also can be frozen. A rich chocolate fix!!
These are just like the ones you can buy and are as good or better. Very easy to make in the muffin tin.
No cooking, no instant pudding, so easy you wonder why you haven't made it before.
Wonderful dark paste without fear of it sticking to the bottom of the pot.
Malt biscuits, crushed then mixed with condensed milk and melted butter. All wrapped around chunks of Eskimo lollies and rolled in desiccated coconut.
They're like toffee apples - but coated in a melted caramel lollies then rolled in marshmallows and nuts.