I had a sister-in-law who used to bring homemade tiger butter bark to Christmas functions and both the Hubby and I loved it. As I’ve been on a peanut butter kick lately, Hubby reminded me of how good it was,
The Hubby loves caramel popcorn and I’m quite the fan myself. (I usually like a good salted buttery popcorn instead.) We were at the farmers market today and I pointed out the bags of caramel popcorn to him. He commented
I originally had a different recipe up for honeycomb (seafoam) from a time when I was watching an episode of The Incredible Spice Men, on which they were making chocolate and cardamom mousse cake with honeycomb. But due to the
Another new Christmas treat for me. Bizarrely, I don’t think I’ve ever made fudge. Probably because it’s not my all-time desired sugar fix. But after struggling to get my caramels to work this year, and not feeling in the mood
This is the second year I’ve made licorice caramels. Last year they were lightly salted and this year they ended up being vanilla-licorice. I originally found the recipe for salted licorice caramels in the Holiday Special Edition of Bon Appetit.
I made salted whiskey caramels last year and had issues with removing them from the pan, so have updated the recipe with the foil lined method. People quite liked the whiskey caramels, and I will be making another batch soon
Chocolate almond butter toffee is one of my all time favorite Christmas treats. I love the crispy texture mixed with the buttery toffee, and of course once you put chocolate on something it makes it 10 times better. And don’t