Recipes

Patriotic White Chocolate Fudge

We pledge our allegiance to this dessert! Patriotic White Chocolate Fudge is a fun treat for a Fourth of July or Memorial Day picnic or cookout....

Coconut Blondies

Looking for a fun change from your standard brownie? Try these Coconut Blondies! They are extra chewy with a crackly top and made with browned butter...

Caramel Pecan Chocolate Cups

Fans of the TURTLES® Candies are going to love this recipe. Our version of Caramel Pecan Chocolate Cups candy uses dark chocolate instead of milk...

Banana Split Brownies

All the flavors of a banana split without the mess that comes with a traditional ice cream topping. Banana Split Brownies are the perfect summertime...

Upside Down Chocolate Pudding

Part brownie, part pudding and part spoon cake, this vintage recipe for Upside Down Chocolate Pudding is for anyone who loves ooey gooey chocolatey...

Blackberry Cheesecake Brownies

These Blackberry Cheesecake Brownies are fudgy chocolate homemade brownies that have been swirled throughout with a homemade blackberry cheesecake...

Red Velvet Cake Batter Fudge

This super easy Red Velvet Cake Batter Fudge recipe has only 5 ingredients. The secret is red velvet cake mix! Just combine, melt in the microwave,...

Orange Nut Fudge

A rich and creamy fudge with lots of orange and citrus flavor. This vintage recipe appears in the Imperial Sugar 125th anniversary cookbook....

Lunchbox Brownies

A one-pot brownie recipe topped with delicious fudge frosting. This classic from our 150th Anniversary Cookbook, published in 1993, is easy enough to...

Strawberry White Chocolate Fudge

Rich white chocolate fudge studded with dried strawberries makes for a brightly flavored treat. This recipe travels well, so pack up a batch and send...

Penoche Candy

Penoche is a simple but delicious candy made from brown sugar, butter and milk. Penoche is a bit lighter than fudge and has a wonderful maple caramel...

Old Fashioned Sea Foam Candy

Light and airy, this old fashioned sea foam recipe is found in one of our vintage cookbooks from 1951, Sue's Candy Kettle and Some of Her Success...
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