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Easy Candied Caramel Apples (without Corn Syrup)

Easy Candied Caramel Apples (without Corn Syrup)

Candied apples are one of those classic Halloween treats that looks better than it tastes. The candy coating on a candied apple is usually a thick, bright red candy shell that doesn’t add much in the way of flavor to your apple (though some are heavily seasoned with hot cinnamon spice) and proves difficult to bite through. This season, I wanted to make candy apples ... Read More »

Baking Bites for Craftsy: DIY Candied Apples

Baking Bites for Craftsy: DIY Candied Apples

Candied apples are one of the most beautiful treats you can serve during the fall holiday season. They’re stunning to look at, a fresh apple with a crisp, glossy layer of sugar hugging its surface. They’re also surprisingly easy to make, as long as you have a little patience and a candy thermometer. I’ll walk you through everything you need to know to make Classic ... Read More »

Baking Bites for Craftsy: Brazilian Brigadeiros

Baking Bites for Craftsy: Brazilian Brigadeiros

Last week, I shared a recipe for Cocout Beijinhos, a popular and easy-to-make Brazilian candy. Brazil is also known for another candy, the Brigadeiro. Both candies are made with sweetened condensed milk as a base. While the beijinhos are packed with lots of shredded coconut, the brigadeiros are made with chocolate and rolled in chocolate sprinkles. They look like classic chocolate truffles, but taste like ... Read More »

Brazilian Beijinhos de Coco

Brazilian Beijinhos de Coco

Brazilian beijinhos are an easy to make candy that just about everyone in Brazil has had from childhood, made by cooking together sweetened condensed milk and coconut to form a fudgy caramel. They are one of the quickest and easiest candies you can make, no candy thermometer required. It takes about 10 minutes on the stovetop to prepare the base, then the mixture has to ... Read More »

Peanut Butter Butterfinger Chunk Bars

Peanut Butter Butterfinger Chunk Bars

Peanut butter cookies always remind me of childhood, largely because I think that I ate way more peanut butter cookies as a kid than I do these days. Fortunately, it doesn’t take long to bake up a batch to satisfy my desire for a little nostalgia – or to pour a glass of milk to go with them!! These Peanut Butter Butterfinger Chunk Bars pack ... Read More »

Double Chocolate Rocky Road Fudge

Double Chocolate Rocky Road Fudge

The easiest fudge you can make uses only two ingredients: sweetened condensed milk and chocolate. This Double Chocolate Rocky Road Fudge is made using the limited edition chocolate sweetened condensed milk that I recently tried and dark chocolate, the combination of which yields a very decadent fudge with lots of chocolate flavor. The fudge is studded with marshmallows and nuts, giving it a nice blend ... Read More »

How to Make Hot Chocolate on A Stick

How to Make Hot Chocolate on A Stick at Home from Baking Bites

Everyone loves edible homemade gifts, whether you’re talking about a batch of homemade cookies, cakes, pies or even extracts. One of my favorite homemade gifts in the past has been my Homemade Hot Chocolate Mix, which I’ve been making for years and packing up with cute mugs for holiday gifts. For a real chocoholic, though, it doesn’t get any better than Homemade Hot Chocolate On ... Read More »

How to Make Your Own Peeps

Homemade Peeps

Marshmallow Peeps are an Easter staple – or, at least, they were for me. As much as I like chocolate, I was always excited to get a package of Peeps in my Easter basket. They were cute, colorful and light enough to be the perfect contrast to a heavy chocolate egg. I still buy lots of Peeps around Easter and I’ll always have a soft ... Read More »

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