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Giving chocolate coins to children, and sometimes to teachers, is a long-standing Hanukkah tradition. This homemade version of gelt uses a miniature muffin pan to mold the coins into shape. The sliced almonds add a nice crunch, but the chocolates can be left plain or topped with other ingredients like sprinkles, crushed peppermint candies or finely chopped candied ginger. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen
Peanut Butter Logs
These peanut butter logs have definitely stood the test of time. My husband has been enjoying them since he was...
Raisin Peanut Butter Balls
These healthy peanut butter balls are easy to put together and convenient to have on hand for after school. They'll...
Perfect Chocolate Fudge
This rich chocolate fudge is sure to delight someone you love. —Dorothy Anderson, Ottawa, Kansas