I know Tina has Cookie Friday so I figured I’d try Candy Friday.

Here are a few ideas to get you going:

1. No-Bake Vegan Peanut Butter Cups

One split Vegan Peanut Butter Cup on paper liner

2. No-Bake Vegan White Chocolate & Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups (with Chocolate-Peanut Butter centers)

No-Bake Vegan White Chocolate & Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup on plate
Split No-Bake Vegan White Chocolate & Chocolate Peanut Butter Cups showing filling

3. No-Bake Vegan “Turtles”

Hand showing bottom of one Vegan Turtle
Hand holding one Vegan Turtle

4.  No-Bake Girl Scout “Thin Mint” Cookie Inspired Fudge

No-Bake Girl Scout "Thin Mint" Cookie Inspired Fudge

5. No-Bake Vegan “Peppermint Patties”
Bite taken out of one No-Bake Vegan "Peppermint Patties" showing inside


6. Raw Vegan Coconut Oil Chocolate

Diced up Raw Vegan Coconut Oil Chocolate in dish


7. Raw Vegan Caramels

Raw Vegan Caramels

3 ingredients, and yes, you must use all 3.  Don’t cheap out.  Someone always writes to me asking if they could substitute.  You don’t need more than 1/2 cup of the “expensive” ingredient, anyway.

Plus you can stuff them with nut butter.  Yum!

Raw Vegan Caramels with nut butter inside


From my last post about Loving Spring, I’m glad that there are some signs of spring in your area and thanks for sharing your favorite things about spring.

This weekend we change the clocks to Daylight Savings TimeCan you believe it? It always feels so “officially” spring to me when that happens.


1. What’s on your agenda this weekend?

I am working, possibly getting together with a friend, spending time with the family, and carrying on with cooking, cleaning, meal prep, errand running.   Hamster on a wheel. It’s ok though.  I’d rather be busy than not!

2. Favorite Candy?

This is beyond hard for me to answer.

I prefer chocolate, usually, over say “sugary” candy.   I would take a Heath Bar over a box of Nerds.   Or a Dark Chocolate Milky Way over a Starburst.  It’s funny though, I haven’t had any of those candy in years.

I do go in streaks where I love sugary candy such as suckers like Tootsie Pops or Blow-Pops, though.

Really, when it comes to candy, I’m not that picky.

I really love Sees Candies, though. They are so good and until I moved to California, I had never had Sees, but am now a fan, forever.

3. Any candy that you’d like to see me try to recreate? Or any candy that you’ve re-created at home?

I can’t promise it will necessarily be “healthier” because in order to make candy, sugar and chocolate are needed.  So not sure that’s necessarily “healthy”, but it may be fun to try to make some candy at home!

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