Grandma’s Stained Glass Candy

This basic broken stained glass candy recipe includes sugar, corn syrup, and water, but a variety of flavorings and colors can be added to your liking. INGREDIENTS:2 c. white sugar1/2 c. white Karo syrup1/2 c. water STEP BY STEP:Line a Read More …

Share Button

Alabama Peanut Pecan Brittle

INGREDIENTS:2 c. sugar3 c. raw peanuts or broken pecans1 c. white Karo1 c. water2 tsp. sodaButter, the size of a walnut STEP BY STEP:Cook in large skillet or container until it spins a thread (the sugar, Karo, and water).Drop in Read More …

Share Button

ALABAMA FUDGE

3 c. sugar3 tbsp. cocoa3 tbsp. peanut butter1 c. canned milk1 tsp. vanilla1 c. nuts Combine sugar, cocoa and milk. Bring to a rolling boil. Add peanut butter and beat until fudge holds its shape. Add nuts. Spread and cut Read More …

Share Button

Chocolate Turtles

Ingredients: 8 ounce pack of caramels 2 tablespoons heavy cream 1 cup pecan halves broken in half length wise 16 ounces milk chocolate Instructions: In a medium size microwavable bowl, melt caramels and heavy cream for 1 minute, stir caramels, Read More …

Share Button

Almost A Snicker Bar

Servings: Not Available Time to make: Not Available Calories per Servings: Not Available INGREDIENTS: 12 oz milk chocolate chips 2 tbsp shortening 30 vanilla caramels 3 tbsp butter 2 tbsp water 1 cup chopped peanuts STEP BY STEP: Melt chips Read More …

Share Button

2 Ingredient Fudge!

This is all there is to this: 1 16oz. container vanilla or chocolate frosting1 18 oz. jar of good creamy peanut butter Place the vanilla frosting in the microwave and microwave on high for 60 seconds. Be sure to remove Read More …

Share Button

Grandma’s Old Fashioned Divinity!

Divinity is a southern confection that like so many other old southern confections is just about becoming extinct as a homemade candy.It’s an airy, sweet and yummy candy that is a little temperamental and at times difficult to make. Divinity Read More …

Share Button