25 Delicious Homemade Candy Recipes

I grew up listening to that catchy tune by Bow Wow Wow, singing out loud “I want Candy!” I wasn’t a slave to candy as a young child and never knew what a sweet tooth I would have as an adult. The power of candy is undeniable. If I just catch a quick glance of something oooooey goooey I need it, want it, and I have to have it. Lucky for us June is national candy month,  let’s celebrate with these homemade confections that will have us all singing “I want Candy!”

  • 25 Homemade Candy Recipes 1 of 26

    Get ready to be in the kitchen making all these delicious recipes... you won't want to miss one. 

  • Homemade Peanut Butter Chocolate Cups 2 of 26

    The combination of peanut butter and chocolate is always a heavenly one. Make this homemade Reeses at home. Get the recipe here on Babble.

  • Alegrias 3 of 26

    This candy is made with amaranth and is called alegrias, perfect for a mid-day sweet. Get this traditional Mexican candy recipe from Spanglish Baby!

  • Nutella Truffles 4 of 26

    Mmmmmm Nutella in a truffle center. This is the right idea. Wish I had some now. Grab the recipe from Cooking On The Weekends!

  • Planters Peanuts Crispy Candy Clusters 5 of 26

    These delicious candy clusters are coined as "crack candy" in my house..... you simply can't stop eating it. Get the recipe here on Babble.

  • Deconstructed Almond Brittle Apple 6 of 26

    This amazing almond brittle takes the sweet to a new level when perfectly paired with an apple. You'll fall in love. Get the recipe from the Chocolate Obsessed E-book. 

  • Homemade Dark Chocolate Twix Bars 7 of 26

    What makes these dark chocolate twix twice as special is the nutella and salted caramel center. Make it today, and get the recipe here on Babble

  • Jalapeno Cowboy Candy 8 of 26

    Pop them in your mouth for an unusual confection that will make you a firm believer in the jalapeno cowboy candy. Get the recipe from Muy Bueno Cookbook.

  • Salted Caramel Bars 9 of 26

    What's Gaby Cooking surely has a way with avocados, but apparently she has a way with salted caramel too. This photo just made me swoon. Get the recipe from What's Gaby Cooking by clicking here!

  • White Chocolate Snowballs 10 of 26

    I wish I could wake up with my house covered in these white chocolate snowballs. Or I would be happy if someone just threw one in my mouth. Get the recipe from Babble's sister website Spoonful!

  • Candied Citrus Peel 11 of 26

    I love this recipe, there are so many ways to use this beautiful candied citrus peel. As a decorative on top of bread or a cake. You can top your citrus sorbet with it, or simply eat it on it's own. Thank you Nibbles and Feasts for showing us how to make candied citrus peel.

  • Bacon Candy 12 of 26

    Yes, you heard right.... Bacon candy. These gorgeous confections can be served in a cup standing upright and before you know it, consider it gone. Get the recipe from Muy Bueno Cookbook!

  • Surfing Gummy Bears 13 of 26

    Okay,  so maybe the gummy bears are not homemade, but you would have to assemble these darling surfing gummy bears at home in order to have them. Get the recipe here on Babble , and make a kid (or yourself) feel like the gummy's are on holiday. 

  • Chocolate Cookie Bark 14 of 26

    Wrap this gorgeous bark up for friends. Tell them it's national candy month and you wanted to help them celebrate. Get this recipe easy to make recipe from Spoonful

  • Homemade Snickers 15 of 26

    Homemade Snickers! That's the epitome of CANDY at it's best. I wish I could dive into this computer and eat up every last gooooey bite. Get the recipe here on Babble

  • Chocolate Truffles 16 of 26

    I'm in LOVE with these truffles in a big way. Roll them in little hearts to show you're smitten with chocolate. Get the recipe from the Chocolate Obsessed E-book

  • Pepita (Pumpkin Seed) Brittle 17 of 26

    Lucky for us pepitas are available all year round, because I seriously want to crunch crunch crunch on this brittle. Get the recipe from Sweet Life!

  • Brazilian Nut Balls 18 of 26

    These nutty sweets are sure to impress any guest. Chewy and nutty are two of the best texture combos so be ready to serve them with pride. Get the recipe from Peru Delights!

  • Peanut Butter Fudge 19 of 26

    OH MY WORD! By the picture alone you can see how amazing this peanut butter fudge will taste. Get the recipe from Shockingly Delicious and call it a day. 

  • Homemade Chocolate Covered Coconut Marshmallows 20 of 26

    Homemade Chocolate Covered Coconut Marshmallows has my name written all over it. I would have to serve it on a stick and just marvel at it's beauty. Get the recipe here on Babble

  • Salted Pistachio Toffee Covered In Chocolate 21 of 26

    Perfect for a party, and so good,  people will call you a candy rockstar! If you have a guitar cutting board it's all the more fitting. Get the recipe from Presley's Pantry

  • Potato Candy Swirls 22 of 26

    This is one of the best pieces of candy that have ever passed my lips. It almost has the texture of a taffy. Swirl in peanut butter and you got a confection that will last through the ages. Get the recipe  and how to video from Average Betty!

  • Chocolate Pretzel Bites 23 of 26

    This Momma got her candy recipe right, and made things easy on herself with these chocolate pretzel bites. Get the recipe from Eclectic Momsense.

  • Dulce De Leche Cocadas 24 of 26

    This Mexican confection treat is sure to delight the coconut lover in all of us. Crisp on the outside and chewy soft in the center. YUM! Get the recipe from Latino Foodie.

  • Peanut Brittle 25 of 26

    A piece for you, and a piece for me. I just want to make this peanut brittle and share it with all my friends. Get the recipe from Shockingly Delicious

  • Sugar-Free Chocolate Cinnamon Almond Brittle 26 of 26

    My Grandfather loves candy, but has to watch his sugar. This is the perfect sugar-free candy loaded with all the sweetness a confection brings. Get the recipe from This Flourishing Life.


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