The Pioneer Woman’s 12 Days of Christmas Candy

Nothing brings more joy than sweet treats at Christmas, let it be our favorite christmas cookiescandy canes or Ree Drummond’s beloved Cinnamon brioches. And don’t even get us started homemade fudge!

But have you ever thought about making your own home Christmas candies for the holidays? Consider this year your chance to try something new. Here, we are celebrating 12 days of sweets with the best recipes of the season: marshmallow recipessweet and salty peanut butter recipes, gooey ooey caramel recipesas well as candy recipes that all use types of chocolate. (Trust us, that’s enough to satisfy anyone’s sweet tooth.)

If you’re like Ree, you might like to wrap Christmas candy like homemade gifts for family and friends. “I love edible gifts! she said, including her pretzel turtles. “The pretzel treats are really perfect for Christmas because you can use different colors of sprinkles and candies to decorate them, and it’s an easy treat to make with young children.”

So here’s a fun idea you might love: Grab decorative boxes, ribbons, and bags to turn those homemade treats into great gifts. After all, who wouldn’t love to be surprised by a box of fudge, peppermint bark, or chewy marshmallows? ! (Don’t worry, these famous pretzel turtles from Ree made the list.)

Come back every day before Christmas to discover a different recipe, and don’t forget to tell us which one is your favorite in the comments!

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