Homemade Halloween Candy

Homemade Halloween Candy

Buying candy for Halloween can get expensive fast; instead of spending tons of money on store bought Halloween candy, try making some homemade candy in your apartment kitchen here in Hi-Nella, NJ. Keep reading for some homemade candy recipes from our Fox Pointe Blog.

 

Apple Cider Caramels from I Heart Naptime

Pack all the flavors of fall into these apple cider caramel candies. Ingredients you will need to make them include: apple cider, heavy whipping cream, ground cloves, cinnamon, nutmeg, sugar, water, light corn syrup, and butter.

 

Homemade Peppermint Patties from Oh! Nuts

Chocolate and mint are one of those flavor combinations we can’t seem to get enough of! These homemade peppermint patties are surprisingly simple with just five ingredients — powdered sugar, butter, peppermint extract, cream, and melting chocolate wafers. After making these, you won’t bother buying the store bought ones ever again.

 

Homemade Peanut Butter Cups from Last Ingredient

You’ll fall in love with these homemade peanut butter cups, which taste so much better than their store bought counterparts. You’ll need: roasted salted peanuts, honey, canola oil, powdered sugar, vanilla extract, kosher salt, and dark chocolate.

 

Homemade Caramel Apple Pops from Lily Shop

Use melted green apple Jolly Rancher candies and caramel squares to make these sweet and tart lollipops that mimic the flavor combination of a caramel covered granny smith apple.

 

Homemade Cookies and Cream Bar from Bless This Mess

Use a candy bar mold to make these super simple, yet insanely delicious homemade cookies and cream bars. Just mix melted white chocolate with crushed oreo cookies for a creamy and chocolatey treat.

 

Copycat Almond Joy from Frugal Coupon Living

This homemade candy features all the same flavors of the Almond Joy candy bar that you love. What you will need to make them: sweetened condensed milk, powdered sugar, sweetened coconut flakes, while almonds, vanilla, and semisweet chocolate.

 

There’s just something about homemade that tastes so much better. What are your favorite homemade candy recipes? Share them with us in the comments so we can try them out! Thanks for reading our post, and we hope you have a fun and safe Halloween.