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This Passover carrot candy is popular in all Ashkenazic communities. Ingber means “ginger” in Yiddish. pareve, kosher for Passover

Toffee Crispies

Homemade sweets seem to taste so much better than shop-bought ones.

Coconut Ice

Coconut ice was also a favorite because, like most homemade Jewish candies, it is kosher for Passover. Of course, there is no special reason to color half the coconut ice…

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Matzo Farfel Candy

This Passover candy can also be made at other times of the year using ordinary farfel.

Toffee Apples

These homemade toffee apples are a delicious and simple treat for this time of year.

Toffee Apple Wedges

This is a fool-proof recipe for toffee apple wedges. This dessert is easy to make and tastes incredible!

Treason Treacle Toffee

Treason Treacle Toffee recipe is a rich, gooey dessert perfect for holiday gatherings.

Easter Truffles

Chocolate truffles are the perfect, convenient dessert for parties or gatherings.

Bonfire Toffee

Bonfire toffee is also known as treacle toffee, Plot toffee, Tom trot, claggum, clak, or loshin du. It is popular on Bonfire Night and Halloween. The toffee has a unique…

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Coffee Truffles

The easiest, tastiest way to enjoy your coffee – coffee truffles are an easy-to-make, delicious dessert that everyone will love.