Store-bought conversation hearts are cool, but you can make 'em even sweeter in your own kitchen. With this recipe, you can customize colors, flavors and sweet sayings for Valentine's Day — what's not to love?
For many, Halloween candy is something you buy — not make. But homemade mellowcreme pumpkins, aka candy corn, are too good not to make. Their thicker shape gives them a chewy, unique texture that sets them apart from the aisles of store-bought candies, and DIYing them means they'll be fresher, creamier and have a more well-rounded, deeper flavor. Oh, and not only are these little pumpkins cute and tasty, but they just so happen to work perfectly as toppers on any Halloween cake.
Yes, it is possible to make Pop Rocks, the famously fizzy candy, right in your own kitchen. No, you don't need any special equipment or a science degree (though you can wear a lab coat if you'd like). This at-home version of the classic candy attains its magical fizz through a combination of citric acid and baking soda.
Candy melts: Oh, how we love and fear you. Yes, you can help us create spectacularly colorful desserts. But you can also leave us feeling totally frustrated and angry at the world.
Your chocolate chip cookies totally slay, and your lemon tart deserves a lifetime achievement award. You're on the way to baking greatness, but to be a real master, you need to amp up your skill set. But how? By working your way through all the skills on this list to achieve those baking #goals.
Ready to make your sweetest dreams come true? Master the basics of handcrafted candy alongside our candy wizard, Jami Curl. She’ll show you how to work with sugar and real, fresh ingredients to make more than 15 of her favorite recipes, including rosé gumdrops, popcorn caramels, jewel-like lollipops and more.