Charity Ferreira

How to melt chocolate
Place chopped chocolate in a glass or metal bowl that can nest on top of a pot filled with a few inches of water.
Mint-Leaf and Chocolate Truffles
Makes about 30 / These nondairy, silky truffles feature a bright mint flavor from real mint (not extract). Serving
Coconut-Pecan Haystacks
Makes about 20 / These tasty clusters bound with dark chocolate are guaranteed to spread joy during the holidays. 8
Honey-Sesame Brittle
Makes about 3/4 pound / Break up this sweet brittle and place shards of it in cellophane bags for gift giving. Prep
Hazelnut Meringue Kisses
These ethereally crispy clouds are easy to make, very low in fat, and a pretty addition to a candy platter or gift
Agave-Peanut Butter Cups
Makes 24–30 / Creamy, lightly sweetened peanut butter fills dark chocolate cups in this irresistible candy. Prep tip:
Taste the season
By using wholesome ingredients, you can have your candy and eat it, too. In these tasty bites, crunchy nuts and seeds
Fruit and Nut Bark
This bittersweet-chocolate bark, studded with tangy dried fruit and crunchy almonds, makes a delectable present.
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