Where to Find Easy Homemade Easter Candy Recipes

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Are you looking for some recipes to make your own Easter candy?

You might be surprised at the number of sites out there with oodles of Easter candy recipes.

From marshmallow bunnies to chocolate peanut butter eggs, you can probably find a homemade version of some of your favorite Easter candy.

Here are a few helpful sites that should help you get started with making your own homemade Easter candy.

RecipeTips.com

This site offers step-by-step instructions with pictures. This is especially helpful for those who haven’t made homemade candy before. You can find cooking tips for marshmallow treats, Easter candy eggs, and Easter nests. Learn more…

RazzleDazzleRecipes.com

Lots and lots of Easter-themed candy recipes. They even have a “chocolate primer” that explains the different types of chocolate, types of chocolate garnishes, a substitution list, and how to melt chocolate. Learn more…

About.com

This site has a nice selection of easter candy recipes. Recipes include marshmallow chicks, chocolate peanut butter eggs, and even a recipe for a homemade version of the Cadbury Easter egg. Learn more…

RecipeGoldmine.com

Various recipes including marshmallow bunnies, marzipan eggs, and peppermint Easter eggs are given. Learn more…

CooksRecipes.com

An abundant array of recipes are listed. Even though many of these recipes are not specific for Easter, they do have a large selection of chocolate truffle recipes such as “Chocolate Walnut Mocha Truffles”, “Chocolate Peanut Butter Truffles”, “Chocolate Chip Cookie Truffles”, “Chocolate Mint Truffles”, “Dark Chocolate Truffles”, and much more. Lots of fudge recipes are also included. Learn more…

DivineDinnerParty.com

Easy candy recipes that do not require a candy thermometer. Three recipes are listed – 10-minute chocolate truffles, Oreo Easter eggs, and chocolate peanut butter Easter nests. Learn more…

One more thing to mention…depending on how you want to present your candy, you may want to purchase candy wrappers. These are much easier than using wax paper and they’re pre-cut. Michael’s and Joann’s sell them and you can find them online at CandyLandCrafts.com (they have lots of candy making supplies).

 

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