Lisa Connor
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Chocolate Almonds

My favorite cinnamon almonds, good with or without chocolate! My mom makes huge batches every Christmas. These simple-to-make chocolate almonds are a treat sure to please everyone's sweet tooth.

Opera Fudge

This recipe for opera fudge comes courtesy of Rose Richard. I make this fudge every Christmas. It is the most delicious fudge ever. It is quite time consuming but worth every minute.

Chocolate Covered Almonds

Whole almonds are lightly coated in cinnamon syrup and then covered in melted chocolate. Half of the chocolate covered almonds are dusted in cocoa powder and half in confectioners' sugar to create a decorative display of contrasting colors.

Bittersweet Truffles

These delectable truffles make great holiday gifts. For pretty packing, look for mini foil or paper candy cups in the baking aisle of supermarkets or at specialty shops. While the truffles are still slightly soft, roll them in the desired coatings.

Deep Dark Chocolate Caramels

Martha Stewart: Deep Dark Chocolate Caramels (Bittersweet chocolate gives these rich caramels a deep, dark chocolate hue. This recipe makes 150 caramels)

Bourbon-Pecan Truffles

Bourbon-Pecan Truffles Chilling the chocolate mounds for a half hour makes it easier to shape them into balls. The truffles soften quickly, so keep them in the refrigerator until just before serving.

Easy Chocolate Truffles

Easy Chocolate Truffles recipe from Martha Stewart. Ingredients: cup plus 2 tablespoons heavy cream, teaspoon ground cardamom, five strips orange peel, pith removed,.

Peppermint Bark

Easy white chocolate bark gets a delightful crunch from puffed rice cereal. Crushed peppermint candies decorate the bark and add a festive holiday flavor.Get the Peppermint Bark Recipe