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Make your own candy bars

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Have you ever indulged in a Twix candy bar and wondered how they create such a delicious cookie, caramel, and chocolate creation? Maybe the Almond J or the Snickers bar are the ones that you steal from your little guy's Halloween bag. Now you can duplicate these famous recipes at home. You can use higher quality ingredients and transform a convenience store chocolate bar into a true delicacy. You'll probably need some candy-making experience, or at least be a confident baker before you take these on. The art of tempering chocolate or perfecting a caramel recipe are beyond me, but I'm ready to learn after finding out that I could be making my own candy bars!

I wouldn't suggest handing out homemade candy on Halloween. Instead, make these tempting chocolate bars and indulge in them while you sit at the door and hand out the store-bought stuff to your trick-or-treaters.


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  • helen

    I'd like to try them! just adore chocolate! thanks a lot for such an interesting piece of information and useful too! have read in some book I downloaded from http://www.picktorrent.com
    that chocolate is VERY useful for our health. not only because of the so-called 'hormone of happiness" it contains, but also due to many other elements. it's always interesting to try smth new, and when it's so tasty, it's a double pleasure!

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