DIY Candy Recipes
Celebrate Valentine’s day by making your own chocolates. The Riverscape Blog has five chocolate recipes for you to make and enjoy this month. Is making chocolates not for you? Visit a local chocolate shop in the Odenton, MD area for a bar or box of your favorite chocolate on Valentine’s day.
Salted Chocolate Covered Caramels from Inspired Taste
These salted chocolate covered caramels are unbelievably delicious, and they take just forty-five minutes to make. Make the caramel first, and then dip them into white, milk, or dark chocolate. You’ll love this sweet and decadent treat.
Oreo Truffles from Sprinkle Some Sugar
Oreo truffles are extremely easy to make, and they don’t take too long to whip up. You’ll want to share these truffles with friends and neighbors in our apartment community for Valentine’s day. Gift these delicious truffles to your friends and coworkers.
Salted Caramel Pretzel Snaps from Oh, Sweet Basil
Make these salted caramel pretzel snaps for a Valentine’s spent binge watching your favorite Netflix show in your apartment. These pretzel snaps are a comforting and not-too-fancy snack that we think you’ll love making on February 14th.
Coconut and Dark Chocolate Bites with Sea Salt from Tastemade
All you need to make these coconut and dark chocolate bites with sea salt is sweetened coconut, sweetened condensed milk, vanilla extract, toasted almonds, dark chocolate, coconut oil, and sea salt. These are the perfect chocolates to gift friends for Valentine’s day.
Mint Chocolate Chip Truffles from Confessions of a Cookbook Queen
These truffles combine two of our favorite flavors — chocolate and mint. Use powdered sugar, mint extract, melted butter, semi-sweet chocolate, green food coloring and sweetened condensed milk to make the filling. Chocolate almond bark can be used for the outer shell.
We hope that you have a very happy Valentine’s day here in Odenton. Thanks for reading our post!