Grandma’s Best Christmas Candy

Peanut brittle, a classic, contains sugar, corn syrup, peanuts, and butter. It's cooked till firm and crunchy, making it a Christmas delicacy.

Peanut Brittle

Egg whites, sugar, and corn syrup make divinity, a nougat-like sweet. For texture and flavor, chopped pecans or walnuts are often used.


Traditional Christmas candy Grandma's fudge comes in chocolate, peanut butter, and vanilla flavors. Sweetened condensed milk, chocolate chips, butter, and almonds are usual.


Ribbon candy, frequently peppermint-flavored, is delicate and twisted. Pulling and twisting sugar syrup creates thin, colorful ribbons.

Ribbon Candy

Peppermint bark is a simple yet tasty blend of white and dark chocolate layers with crushed peppermint candies.

Peppermint Bark

Grandma's hard candy may be colorful, individually wrapped fruity or minty. Sugar and corn syrup are boiled, flavored, and colored, then hardened to make these candy.

Old-Fashioned Hard Candy