12 Christmas Barks and Brittles to Bake All Season Long
Milk Chocolate-Peppermint Bark
Recipe: Chocolate Peppermint Bark
This Christmas classic is so simple to make for all your neighbors and friends this season.
Classic Peanut Brittle
Recipe: Classic Peanut Brittle
No Southerner has ever been unhappy to receive a tin of classic homemade peanut brittle around the holidays.
Recipe: Fruitcake Bark
Fruitcake and peppermint bark are both Southern holiday staples, so we combined the two for an original recipe that everyone on your list will love.
Salty-Sweet Nut Brittle
Recipe: Salty-Sweet Nut Brittle
This perfectly salty and sweet treat travels well, so you can bring some to every relative you visit on your Christmas road trip.
Recipe: Cracker Toffee
Would you believe this delicious snack starts with a sleeve of saltine crackers?
Southern Pecan Pralines
Recipe: Southern Pecan Pralines
One of the South’s most iconic candies, pecan pralines are easy to make, but be sure you have a candy thermometer for guaranteed success.
Salty Chocolate-Pecan Candy
Recipe: Salty Chocolate-Pecan Candy
With just four ingredients, this homemade candy manages to hit the just-right spot of salty and sweet.
Triple-Chocolate-Covered Peanut Clusters
This sweet treat is made in your slow cooker for total hands-off ease, and it makes about 60 clusters (60!), so no one on your Christmas list will get a skimpy portion.
Recipe: Pecan Toffee
Don’t waste your money on store-bought treats this Christmas. This recipe only takes four ingredients to make a homemade impression on your friends.
Recipe: Buttermilk-Pecan Pralines
This New Orleans favorite is always a must-bake during the holidays.
Mississippi Mud Medallions
Recipe: Mississippi Mud Medallions
These four-ingredient bites are an easy snack to make with the kids while they’re out of school this season.
Recipe: Pecan-Toffee Shortbread
A simple shortbread base separates this festive toffee recipe from its counterparts.