Christmas candy just tastes better than regular candy, right? Sweeten the holiday season and spread some cheer with these irresistible Christmas candy recipes. Check out this collection of our best treats.

Gingerbread Fudge

Christmas candy just tastes better than regular candy, right? Sweeten the holiday season and spread some cheer with these irresistible Christmas candy recipes.

With only five ingredients—sweetened condensed milk, white chocolate, and spices—this holiday treat is insanely easy to make. Get the recipe from Delish.

Peppermint Marshmallow Brownie Bites

Christmas candy just tastes better than regular candy, right? Sweeten the holiday season and spread some cheer with these irresistible Christmas candy recipes.

These little Peppermint Marshmallow Brownie Bites are a fun and delicious treat to add to your holiday cookie trays. Get the recipe from Inside BruCrew Life.

Candy Cane Meringue Kisses

Christmas candy just tastes better than regular candy, right? Sweeten the holiday season and spread some cheer with these irresistible Christmas candy recipes.

Instead of leaving out a bowl of chocolate kisses this year, opt for these adorable meringue versions. Get the recipe from Wallflower Kitchen.

Cream Cheese Mints

Christmas candy just tastes better than regular candy, right? Sweeten the holiday season and spread some cheer with these irresistible Christmas candy recipes.

These Cream Cheese Mints are a tasty little treat! Perfect for after dinner or gift giving any time. Get the recipe from Mandy’s Recipe Box.

Nutella Truffles

Christmas candy just tastes better than regular candy, right? Sweeten the holiday season and spread some cheer with these irresistible Christmas candy recipes.

Mondays call for chocolate and what better way than in the form of truffles?! These are not your average truffles though, they’re made with Nutella! Get the recipe from Deliciously Yum.

Toasted Pecan Turtle Clusters

Christmas candy just tastes better than regular candy, right? Sweeten the holiday season and spread some cheer with these irresistible Christmas candy recipes.

Spend Christmas Eve snacking on this pecan, chocolate, and caramel sweets. Get the recipe from Hugs and Cookies.

Melted Snowman Bark

Christmas candy just tastes better than regular candy, right? Sweeten the holiday season and spread some cheer with these irresistible Christmas candy recipes.

Your kids will go crazy over this clever “melted snowman” bark. Get the recipe from Creations By Kara.

Hot Chocolate Fudge

Christmas candy just tastes better than regular candy, right? Sweeten the holiday season and spread some cheer with these irresistible Christmas candy recipes.

Why drink your hot chocolate when you can eat it, too? Get the recipe from Wonky Wonderful.

Dark Chocolate Peppermint Fudge

Christmas candy just tastes better than regular candy, right? Sweeten the holiday season and spread some cheer with these irresistible Christmas candy recipes.

Don’t you just love the color of this fudge? Dark Chocolate Peppermint Fudge-rich dark chocolate pairs perfectly with a pretty pink layer of peppermint fudge for a tasty treat. Get the recipe from Chocolate, Chocolate and More.

Salted Caramel Nut Brittle

Christmas candy just tastes better than regular candy, right? Sweeten the holiday season and spread some cheer with these irresistible Christmas candy recipes.

Just in time for holiday gift giving, here’s a candy recipe you need to try— Salted Caramel Nut Brittle. Get the recipe from Completely Delicious.

White Chocolate Peppermint Pretzels

Christmas candy just tastes better than regular candy, right? Sweeten the holiday season and spread some cheer with these irresistible Christmas candy recipes.

Put a jar filled with these bad boys on your kitchen counter and watch your family devour them in seconds. Get the recipe from Lil’ Luna.

Save these ideas about Christmas candy recipes for later! Don’t forget to follow A Matter of Style on Pinterest for more great decorating ideas or check out some of the gift decorations available in store.

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