So, I went and rounded up a bunch of my favourite Christmas candy recipes right here for you. Fudge, tiffin, toffee, rocky road, truffles, marshmallows, meringues and more – these crave-worthy Christmas sweets are perfect for gifting too.

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1. Salted Caramel Fudge

A gift box filled with squares of salted caramel fudge.

This salted caramel fudge is a smooth and creamy easy caramel fudge with a sea salt topping. It takes less than 10 minutes on the stove-top and fudge is also perfect for food gifts.

2. Chocolate Hedgehog Slice

A batch of hedgehog slice squares on a sheet of baking paper.

This classic chocolate hedgehog slice is a 15-minute, easy no bake treat. With an almost fudge-like texture and filled with crunchy biscuits and coconut, just melt and mix, then let it set.

3. Biscoff Fudge

A batch of biscoff fudge, some cut into squares, some in sticks.

This super easy 4 ingredient Biscoff fudge is like eating Lotus Biscoff spread in candy form. Delicious, creamy squares of spiced up fudge, it takes around 10 minutes to make and is great for gifting or even freezing for when the mood strikes.

4. Chokito Chocolate Caramel Slice

A pile of chocolate caramel slice.

This “Chokito” chocolate caramel slice is my take on that famous Australian treat, the Chokito chocolate bar. Easy caramel fudge sandwiched between two layers of chocolate and rice bubbles (rice krispies).

5. Peppermint Coconut Fudge Bites

A hand picking up a piece of fudge off a plate

Such an easy fudge to make, these peppermint coconut fudge bites are little squares of sweet candy with a winning coconut and peppermint flavour combination. They’re perfect for gifting too.

6. Caramel Peanut Fudge

Pieces of caramel peanut fudge stacked up on a white platter

This caramel peanut fudge is 3 easy layers of decadent candy and extremely addictive. Each layer takes just minutes to prepare so you can a rich sweet treat for just 15 minutes of effort. 

7. Dark Chocolate Fudge

A stack of dark chocolate fudge pieces on a white marble platter.

Your search is over for the best chocolate fudge recipe. This easy dark chocolate fudge recipe is everything it says and more. Rich, dark chocolate flavour in an indulgent, smooth fudge and only 5 ingredients including condensed milk.

8. Homemade Almond Roca (Buttercrunch Toffee)

A stack of buttercrunch toffee pieces.

This homemade almond roca recipe takes 6 ingredients and all of 20 minutes to turn into a buttery, crunchy toffee filled with almonds and topped with chocolate. Also known as buttercrunch toffee, it’s easy to make and a great edible gift.

9. Butter Popcorn Fudge

A pile of popcorn fudge squares.

Butter popcorn fudge has all the flavour of butter popcorn and fudge in one and not a piece of popcorn in sight. This is an easy fudge recipe with a fun flavour.

10. Peppermint Creams

A pile of peppermint creams on a plate.

Peppermint creams are the perfect sweet treat for the holidays. Creamy, melt-in-the-mouth, peppermint flavoured candy that’s so easy to make and great for gifting too.

11. KitKat Truffles

A marble bowl filled with kit kat truffles.

KitKat truffles – 3 ingredients, no bake and so easy to make. These simple condensed milk truffles taste of KitKat and are the perfect after dinner treat or gift. They’re even so easy the kids can make them.

12. Toffee Pecan Chocolate Truffles

Closeup of a truffle with a bite taken out

These toffee pecan chocolate truffles are easy to make and are a wonderful food gift. A silky smooth chocolate ganache with a crunchy, candied pecan centre, why not spoil that special someone on their birthday.

13. Hazelnut Praline Chocolate Truffles

Chocolate truffles in a grey bowl.

Hazelnut praline chocolate truffles and all the tips for making chocolate truffles from scratch. These gourmet chocolate truffles are easy and make a gorgeous food gift.

14. Strawberry White Chocolate Truffles

A batch of white chocolate truffles in a small white bowl.

These strawberry white chocolate truffles have an intense strawberry flavour in a little chocolate treat. The best part? This recipe only uses 3 ingredients and truffles make such a great gift too.

15. Caramel Marshmallows

A stack of 3 caramel marshmallows.

Soft, fluffy, pillowy caramel marshmallows. With caramel mixed right in and a ripples right through, you’ll love these fun candies. Sweet and a little salty if you want it, homemade truly are the best marshmallows.

16. Orange Marshmallows

A pile of orange marshmallows on a grey marble surface.

Sweet, squishy and light as air, these homemade orange marshmallows are brimming with festive orange flavour. These fluffy pillows of sweet orange flavour are perfect gifting and so fun to make.

17. Easy Rocky Road

Slices of rocky road lined up on a white board

If you’ve ever wanted to know how to make rocky road, this easy rocky road recipe has everything you need. Just 5 ingredients and 10 minutes work plus all the ideas to be able to customise your rocky road exactly the way you like.

18. Caramel White Chocolate Rocky Road Slice

Two pieces of Caramel rocky road stacked on top of one another with other slices around.

Just 5 ingredients and all kinds of delicious, this caramel white chocolate rocky road is a next-level o bake chocolate slice. Caramelised white chocolate and a dash of salt take a traditional rocky road recipe to new height.

19. Malteser Rocky Road

Big slices of Malteser rocky road on a white wooden platter.

This Malteser rocky road is a fun twist on the traditional no bake treat. With just 4 ingredients and loaded with Maltesers (aka Whoppers), this super easy dessert takes just minutes to make.

20. Biscoff Rocky Road

A stack of 3 pieces of biscoff rocky road.

This Biscoff rocky road is all kinds of delicious and incredibly easy to make. Loaded with soft marshmallows, chewy nougat, biscoff cookies and biscoff spread this no bake treat is a biscoff lovers dream.

21. Walnut Praline (Candied Walnuts)

A batch of walnut praline on a sheet of baking paper on a dark tray.

This walnut praline is a combination of walnuts and caramelised sugar, resulting in crunchy candied walnuts. Eat them whole or coated in chocolate or use them crush up for topping ice cream or dressing up cakes and cupcakes.

22. Candied Orange Slices

Top down view of 6 candied orange slices on a wire rack.

These sweet and chewy candied orange slices are as delicious as they are easy to make. This recipe is simple to make and can be the perfect topper for so many desserts or fabulous homemade food gifts for the holidays.

23. Raspberry Marshmallow Slice

8 squares of marsmallow slice on a crumpled piece of white baking paper. freeze dried raspberries scattered around and a spoon covered in jam

A coconut biscuit base and raspberry-swirled, fluffy homemade marshmallow are all you need for this gorgeous homemade raspberry marshmallow slice. Everyone will love this both crunchy and soft, melt in the mouth treat.

24. Caramel Malteser Slice

A batch of caramel filled chocolate bars.

No-bake, 20 minutes and 7 ingredients, this caramel malteser slice takes Maltesers to a whole new level. A crunchy, buttery cookie base, topped with irresistible chewy caramel, crunchy Maltesers and the best milk chocolate ganache.

25. Caramel Peanut Butter Slice

Rows of caramel peanut butter slice on a sheet of baking paper

This caramel peanut butter slice recipe is a twist on a traditional no bake caramel slice recipe. White chocolate, peanut butter and easy chewy caramel on top of a cookie base. It’s then spiked with just a hint of salt will have you craving more.

In the comments below, tell me your all-time favourite Christmas candy!