Amish Candy – A Book Review
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Amish candy is a wonderful treat to share with friends and family at any time of year, but especially during the holidays. From hard candies to chocolate-covered candy, you’ll find plenty of recipes in this book. Learn more

Caramel Pecans – For this classic Amish candy, all you need are six ingredients: butter, sugar, salt, corn syrup, sweetened condensed milk, and vanilla. You can add a little cinnamon, brown sugar, or even some cayenne to the mix for some spicy kick!

Christmas Amish Sugar Cookies – These festive sugar cookies are made with softened butter, vegetable oil, powdered sugar, and egg yolks. You can use a stand mixer or a hand-held electric mixer to make them. Bake in a 375-degree oven until golden brown, about 15 minutes.

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Peppermint & Molten White Chocolate – For her first Yuletide in Harvest, Ohio, former big-city chocolatier Bailey King is recreating a cherished holiday treat: peppermint combined with molten white chocolate. But her sugar high plummets when her former boyfriend walks into her candy shop Swissmen Sweets.

The Toffee Bunny – When Margot Rawlings calls on the Amish community of Harvest to raise funds for a weeklong spring festival, she asks Bailey King to sculpt a giant toffee bunny. Normally, she doesn’t mind making such an elaborate creation for her hometown’s first ever village-wide event.

But when Stephen Raber, the owner of Puff, the fluffy white rabbit that he’s bringing to the festivities, keels over dead, Bailey becomes more concerned about her newfound cousin. Her naivete may be leading her to the wrong person–and to a murder that could change everything she knows about Amish traditions and law enforcement.