If your girlfriend likes to eat sweets, this birthday gift list will be very important. You will not find the regular way you see the payment channel in the grocery store, here. This candy is delicious and delicious, to the real candyheads.
Delicious, delightful, downright sinful—and you could even stretch it so far as to say healthy. Candy apples are a treat we all remember from childhood. Impossible to eat without getting the red candy coating all over your face. But that’s really the bonus: you get to lick it off.
Double bonus time! It’s a miracle: you can give a gift that’s flower and candy at the same time. We don’t mean a bouquet of flowers and a box of chocolates—that’s so five minutes ago. We’re talking homemade lollipops made with real flowers. Now that’s amazing.
Home Made Creamy Fudge
Chocolate candy lovers will squeal with delight when you give them this candy gift. It’s one pound of genuine creamy fudge: guaranteed to be the best chocolate fudge you’ve ever tasted. Made in small batches by Arndt’s Fudgery in Newton, Illinois.
Homemade English Toffee
Toffee, noun: a kind of hard candy made by boiling together sugar, and other ingredients for flavor. Other ingredients like milk chocolate—nice—and fresh roasted almonds—even nicer. Forget about the drugstore candy bars that claim to be English toffee. This is the real deal.
Gourmet Peanut Brittle
A country store in a small town far off the beaten path, a big glass jar filled with flat, irregular pieces of sweet, brown, chunky goodness—that’s what peanut brittle is all about. This old-fashioned favorite is sweetened with honey and made with all natural ingredients.
Rose Garden Marshmallows
We put the easiest DIY on the list first, so as not to scare you away from making an awesome candy gift for your friends of family members this year. All you need for this one is marshmallows, lollipop sticks, and colored edible markers—this tutorial uses pink, red, and green to make a candy rose garden.