Christmas is the season to satisfy the sweet tooth. Even the strictest of calorie counters forego their diet on this day. And for the little kids, it’s an opportunity to sink their teeth in sweet treats without fearing to chide from their mothers.

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From elaborate and traditional to modern, we’ve gathered 40 of the best candy recipes to spread holiday cheer in the house. Have a look at our compilation below!

  1. Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup Bark:

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These decadent Chocolate Peanut Cup Barks would make incredible last minute holiday gift and will please even the most cynical people.  And you need just three ingredients and 20 minutes of your time for it.

  1. Candy Cane Fudge:

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This recipe is made with one of the Christmas staples- candy cane. Instead of infusing the cream with candy canes, you can add peppermint extract. It’s much easier than the former method. Chocolate chips can also be considered.

  1. Andes Peppermint Crunch Cookie Dough Truffle Bars:

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These cookie dough truffle bars are filled with peppermint flavor, something we all crave during the holiday season. And it’s eggless so vegans can rejoice.

  1. Peppermint Patties:

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These peppermint patties are way prettier and better than store bought candies. If you wish to gift these homemade patties, stack the patties and place them in cellophane bags. Tie with a bakers twine or ribbon and you are done.

  1. Homemade Turtles:

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Everything tastes better when homemade, even turtles. These turtles do not require baking, need just four ingredients and get ready in half an hour.

  1. Butterscotch Squares:

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I loved anything that is dipped in chocolate, especially when it is butterscotch. And it’s absolutely yummy.

  1. Gingerbread Fudge:

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Ditch the traditional gingerbread men and make this gingerbread fudge this time. It tastes exactly like gingerbread cookie dough, but in a better way.

  1. Gumdrop Fudge:

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Gumdrops are not just for decorating gingerbread men. You can use them for making fudges too! Mikes, Ikes, and Skittles are best gumdrops for making these fudges.

  1. Pistachio Chocolate Bark:

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These pistachio barks are delicious treats to share at Christmas parties. It contains nuts and chocolate, one of the most favorite combinations of all times.

  1. Coconut Cream Truffles:

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If you like coconut as much as I do, this truffle is just for you. After all, Christmas is a time for self-indulgence too! It’s an easy truffle recipe with coconut stirred right in.

  1. Candy Cane Chocolate Swirl Fudge:

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When it’s the holidays, you must try to put candy canes in everything possible, including chocolate fudge. Here’s an easy fudge recipe that needs just five ingredients and 10 minutes to prepare.

  1. Salted Chocolate Covered Caramels:

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Here’s a recipe for soft and buttery caramels dipped in milk chocolate and topped with salt. White, dark or milk- the kind of chocolate you want is totally upon you.

  1. Melted Snowmen Oreo Balls:

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These melted snowmen Oreo balls will make an excellent addition to your child’s Christmas party. We guarantee you that these candies will be the first ones to go.

  1. Crock Pot Candy:

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These soft and yummy chocolate candies are filled with peanut and caramel, and surprise, surprise, they are made in the crockpot.

  1. Saltine Cracker Toffee:

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These saltine toffees will make the guest feel cozy in the winter evenings.

  1. Peppermint Marshmallow Brownie Bites:

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These peppermint brownie bites will make a delicious addition to your cookie trays. And they look beautiful too!

  1. Chocolate Peanut Butter Sandwiches:

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Is there a better combination than peanut butter and chocolate? We don’t think so. Believe us; these sandwiches will be devoured in less than a minute.

  1. Cream Cheese Mints:

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These look so lovely. It would be hard for me to eat these treats. Give it to your guests post dinner for a perfect end to the meal.

  1. Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Truffles:

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The saying ‘Good things come in small packages’ fits perfectly for this candy. This chocolate chip cookie dough truffle will transport you straight to the heaven. It will leave you wanting for more even after scores of them have been devoured.

  1. Eggnog Truffles:

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“These white chocolate truffles are infused with the flavors of eggnog.” Could it get any better? Any? Nope!

  1. Apple Cider Caramels:

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Here’s the recipe for one of the best chewy and sticky square candies that you can ever devour. The big people at the party will love chewing on it.

  1. Cake Batter Fudge:

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These cake batter fudges are easy to make and good to eat. Even the youngsters can whip up the batch any time they fan. Or you can change the flavor of the cake mix too!

  1. Triple Chocolate S’mores Bark:

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We have to say. These will be the show-stopper of your Christmas meal. The blogger has packed as much chocolate as she could, with a bit of marshmallow of course. Top it with milk chocolate for some more taste.

  1. All Natural Homemade Pomegranate Gumdrops:

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There is more Christmassy than gumdrops. These old world style candies are loved as much today as they were loved decades back. These snow (sugar) coated gumdrops are still very popular with the kids.

  1. Pomegranate Pistachio Ginger Bark:

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This candy is for the grownups. It has ginger, pistachio, and pomegranate- classic holiday flavors. If you want, you can add vodka too!

  1. Red Velvet Cake Batter Fudge:

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The gorgeous dark red color of this candy draws us towards it. And the contrast between the red cake and cream cheese frosting is just fabulous.

  1. Homemade Marshmallows:

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If you want to make something monumental this Christmas, make these marshmallows. These marshmallows will pair best with chocolate cake, and hot chocolate.

  1. Chocolate Peppermints:

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Just look at these tiny delights. We are salivating already!

  1. Pumpkin-Gingerbread Truffles:

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Canned pumpkin and crushed gingersnaps are giving these chocolate truffles a warm holiday flavor. Finish the truffles by dusting cocoa powder.

  1. Chocolate-Covered Peanut Butter Pretzels:

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Three ingredients are what you need for making these gorgeous candies. Press peanut butter with mini pretzels and drizzle dark chocolate on it.

  1. Homemade Snickers Bars:

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Peanuts, nougat, and caramel, are sandwiched between two chocolate layers in this recipe. These snicker bars will take just 30 minutes, which is way faster than going to the store and purchasing.

  1. White Chocolate Peppermint Bark:

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White chocolate peppermint bark is not a new Christmas treat. But what’s unique about this recipe is that you can customize it according to your liking. But ensure that you sprinkle crushed candies on it.

  1. Maple Nut Fudge:

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This fudge will take you back to the Thanksgiving times. The flavor of this recipe is intensified by the toasted walnuts.

  1. Cookie And Cream Bark:

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Here’s the easiest cooking project for Christmas. It involves no stove, no oven, and no mess. It is quick and super delicious, and looks pretty too!

  1. Peanut Butter Cups:

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These peanut butter cups are slightly larger and a lot tastier than the ones you purchase. You can even alternate the peanut butter and melted chocolate in the muffin cups. Simple perfection.

  1. Rum Balls:

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Rum balls are perfect crowd pleasers. These little rum treats will make excellent gifts as well. What’s more? It takes just 5 minutes to make.

  1. Peanut Butter Fudge:

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Peanut butter fudge will provide you with ample warmth on the coldest nights of Christmas. Garnish with chocolate and peanut butter sauce to satisfy your desire for this combination.

  1. Dark Chocolate Salted Caramel Dipped Marshmallows:

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This decadent recipe combines our most favorite ingredients- marshmallow, salted caramel, and dark chocolate. Top it with crushed graham crackers for an added touch.

  1. White Chocolate Cranberry Pecan Fudge:

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Just a handful of ingredients will give you this delicious fudge for a snack or post-dinner treat.

  1. No-Bake White Chocolate-Almond Butter Balls:

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Open the white exterior to reveal the delicious blend of cream, almond butter, and crunchy rice cereal. Drizzle white chocolate on the chocolate balls for a gourmet presentation.

You can give these gorgeous Christmas candies as holiday food gifts and party favors too!

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