Homemade Candy Author:Food Editors of Farm Journal Become a good candy cook and you'll always know what to take to a hostess, what to send to a serviceman, what to pass to guests who stop by for a visit. Almost everyone indulges a sweet tooh-especially when the candy's homemade! Candy solves your gift problems. — In this book, the Food editors of Farm Journal have gathered more than 250 tested re... more »cipes, including 50 for fudge alone-such delightful arians from Classic creamy Chocolate Fudge Velvet as Maple Sugar Fudge and Mexican Orange Candy. Plus modern, never-fail recipes which even beginners can make with success. Batches from one to five pounds!
You'll find recipes for old-fashioned favorites like Double Divinity, Nut Penuche, Virginia Peanut Brittle, Pralines. Try colorful jellied candies likeCandy Strawberries, toffees like Double Almond Crunch, and heirloom recipes like Special Vanilla Caramels. There are Taffys amd Hard candies, even Lollipops! Confections,too: Frosted Pecans, Farmhouse Popcorn Balls, Fruit Nut Rolls, Cereal Snacks.
A new idea, perfected especially for this book is making your own chocolate-covered Candy Bars-with 15 different fillings. Learn how to dip Chocolates, make your own Marshmallows, decorate candy Easter Eggs and Valentine Hearts. Finally, there are directions for storing candy (most candies freeze well) and for packing and mailing it.« less