All I Want For Christmas is Candy: Ribbon Candy

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by Sara Mead

I love Christmas and I particularly love Christmas candy. Over the next 25 days, I’m going to be counting down the days to Christmas with a different Christmas candy every day. Today’s candy, at the suggestion of my parents, is Ribbon Candy. Have a favorite Christmas candy I should include? Leave your suggestions in the comments. 

5 responses to “All I Want For Christmas is Candy: Ribbon Candy

  1. Red and Green M&Ms. The easy ubiquity of M&Ms makes me think that Mars somehow got the edible equivalent to the patent on the wire coat hanger.

    Also, those chocolate balls with cheerful holiday foil that occasionally leaves bits behind for fillings to inadvertently munch down on.

  2. candy canes!!!!!!
    what is christmas without beautiful, shiny red and white peppermint candy canes!

    and i had a dear friend, who, every christmas, created the most exquisite, work~of~art fruit and vegetable assemblages out of marzipan! blending her colors of peas in a pod and apples and pears with an artist’s palette!

    and…..gingerbread men with raisin eyes!
    a favorite christmas project!

    there is a wonderful book called, “the pioneer lady’s christmas” by jane watson hopping.
    it is a treasury of christmas stories, remembrances and recipes from a childhood on a country farm….perfect reading with a cup of hot chocolate on the nights before christmas!

  3. Not really candy in and of itself, but I used to love those Advent calendars with chocolates behind each day.

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