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Dad's Christmas Candies

Dad's Christmas Candies

Growing up it wasn't officially the Christmas season until we ate my Dad's Christmas Candies. For as long as I can remember he has been making these candies at Christmas time. Isn't it amazing how the taste or smell of something can spark a memory or take you back in time. For me these candies will always remind me of Christmas as a kid. 

All you need is four simple ingredients to make this candy. The combination of sweet, salty and crunchy is absolute perfection! 

 V-neck top  here  // Pajama pants  here

V-neck top here // Pajama pants here

Dad's Christmas Candies

-12 oz semi-sweet chocolate morsels (I use Nestle brand)

-11 oz butterscotch morsels (I use Nestle brand)

-2 C. crushed Ruffels Potato Chips (put potato chips into bag and use rolling pin to crush into small pieces)

-2 C. cocktail peanuts

Melt chocolate and butterscotch morsels in double broiler. If you don't have a double broiler use a pot with a glass bowl on top like I did. Once chocolate chips and butterscotch morsels are melted and combined add crushed Ruffels Potato Chips and stir, add peanuts and mix until combined. Once mixture is combined spoon onto waxed paper to dry. Once chocolate has completely set eat and enjoy!

These would be great for neighbor gifts or hostess gifts. Bring these to any Holiday party or into work and you will be an instant hit! I'm telling you, these are SO good! Now if you excuse me, I'm off to go eat more of my Dad's Christmas Candies.

 Always helping in the kitchen just incase there is something for him to eat

Always helping in the kitchen just incase there is something for him to eat

And because I can't share my dads recipe with out a picture of us. I hope you all enjoy this candy recipe and make it a part of your family traditions as well!

xo, Lindsay

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