Laura of Petite Allergy Treats has a knack for creating simple, but elegant treats. These Pretzel Rolos she created are an excellent example. They are made from three ingredients only: small round gluten-free pretzels, caramels, and chocolate chips. Laura uses not only gluten-free ingredients, but also products that are peanut-free and nut-free. Plus, she offers you a vegan option as well. Not only are these candies safe for so many of us in the gluten-free and allergen-free community, but I can guarantee that they’re tastier than any ready-made similar candies. (Note: Please ensure safety of ingredients every time.)
One way to get your peanut butter fix in dessert form is Easy Peanut Butter Fudge. This candy recipe from Alea of Premeditated Leftovers is sure to please both peanut butter lovers and fudge lovers. The ingredients are peanut butter (your choice—creamy or crunchy), granulated sugar, milk (use dairy free, if you like), vanilla extract, and marshmallow crème.
Have you ever made Slow Cooker Fudge? I’d wager that most of you have not and I have not tried that method of making fudge either, but Stephanie of A Year of Slow Cooking is always educating us on what can be made in a slow cooker. Deliciously educating us, I should say. As she does with this Slow Cooker Fudge!