Sep 19, 2011

Amy’s Cookbook Finds: Sweet Confections {+Giveaway!}

By: Amy Atlas, in Great Finds, Recipes, Swag

I think you all know by now that I have a slight obsession with cookbooks.  My husband and I laugh sometimes that cookbooks are to me what shoes were to Carrie Bradshaw, and that our home is slowly but surely being invaded by cookbooks. My collection rivals the Barnes and Noble cookbook section. While I read many books online now, there is something about flipping through the pages of a cookbook that I’ll never tire of. Even though a lot of publishers send books my way, one of the things I love to do is to nestle myself up in a book store and scout out the hidden gems that come out every now and then.

While in B & N this past weekend, I found Sweet Confections by Nina Wanat of the BonBonBar.  I instantly fell in love with the photography {by Diane Cu and Todd Porter of The White on Rice Couple} and styling. I just found this book and haven’t had time to delve into the recipes yet, but the photography, styling, and beautiful confections had me at the first page. The book is mostly about candy-making (think caramels, fudge, and chocolates) and Nina’s recipes can entice even savory-lovers to pick up this book.  Some of the elegant recipes Nina explores are pumpkin caramels, chocolate-dipped honeycomb, and peanut butter pralines. She also has some fun recipes in the book like homemade dot candy and liquor lollipops.  I think this book will make anyone overcome their fear of the candy thermometer!  Good news for one lucky reader!  We reached out to the publisher and they are giving away a copy of this book to one of you. Scroll down for the rules to enter the giveaway and for a peek of the book.

Liquor Lollipops…

Chocolate Stars…

Sweet & Salty Snack Tray…

Salted Chocolate Caramel Lollipops…

To enter, all you have to do is “like” Amy Atlas on Facebook AND mention if you have ever made candy before in the comment area below.  We’ll announce a random winner this Friday.

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  • Chocolate Truffels are my favoriteee to make 🙂 along with chocolate lollipops!

  • Laura V.

    Amazing pictures! I made some chocolate candies once for Christmas and it was tons of fun. I’d love to try and make my own lollipops.

  • Lillian P.

    I already like Amy Atlas on Facebook! I love making decadent chocolate fudge and I also make fluffy marshmallows dipped in chocolate with sprinkles for my kids!

  • Melania

    I’m your fan on facebook. I’ve never made any kind of candy before, but I’m excited to give it a try.

  • Tracey moosa

    I LOVE making candy ! I make some pretty cute black cat chocolate lolipops for Halloween !

  • amanda king

    i make rocky road hearts with macadamia nuts and turkish delight also bubble gum macarons with pop rocks – looks like a delish book 😉

  • Maria B.

    The closest to homemade I have ever done is cake pops. Would love to expand my knowledge in candy making! Looks like the perfect book to start with <3

  • Tami

    I regularly make a variety of toffee candies, such as German Chocolate Roca, Walnut Marshmallow Roca, Pecan Roca, White Chocolate Macademia Roca, etc. It is THE expected Christmas gift from me!

  • Linda Gulman

    I am already a (big) fan on facebook. I’ve made lots of candies before…chocolate lollipops, peppermint bark, chocolate truffles to name a few, but I would love to try some new recipes:)

  • Keri

    Do chocolate covered oreos count? That’s probably the closest I’ve come!

  • I’ve made (well tired) to make sponge toffee. I’d hope to make more with this book…

  • I make cupcakes all the time! But I have also tried to make rock candies and they came out pretty good!

  • I have made peppermint bark and fudge. Not too adventurous!

  • Christine

    I have always wanted to make candy. I am totally afraid of the thermometer.

  • I have made chocolate lollipops that are themed for my childrens birthday or birthday school treat. I remember my father making hard tact candy at Christmas. I have never been brave enough to try that yet though.

  • Emily

    Just last week, I made a cinnamon chocolate fudge with a bit of kosher salt on top. It was the perfect mix of sweet and salty!

  • sylvia garcia

    already a fan 🙂 and have never made my own candy before but would like to give it a try.

  • Shari Kelley

    I have made it a couple times without much success! I would like to be better at it.

  • Hi Amy,
    I love, love your blog & I follow you each day! It’s lovely & ohhh, lots of fun to read. Yes, I have made quite a few candies before. I learned for the first time how to make crystal candies with my sisters back in the late 70’s & the early 80’s. It was a fun time with my big sisters in the kitchen. I remember enjoying learning how to make colorful candies with them. 🙂 I have also made nutty chocolate fudge, YUM! and melted chocolate in a variety of colors & shapes like red, white & blue stars, butterflies, white doggy-bone…but I’d love to learn more on how to make homemade marshmallows & other great candies! 🙂 Thank you!

  • Beautifull Pictures!!

    I love to make some chocolate candies in holidays!!

  • Lisa

    I’ve made toffee and love it! These photos are inspirational!!

  • Sherry

    My family loves caramels at Christmastime! I’m hoping to try those super yummy licorice caramels for Halloween! Love all your info on blog!

  • Lori

    I need to experiment more with candy. I have only made caramel.

  • ann marie buckley

    I am a fan of Amy Atlas on FB. I love making chocolate pops.

  • Laura

    Yes! I have made marshmallows, choco truffles,candied nuts…but I would love to try new recipes! Great pictures by the way!

  • I haven’t tried making candy but would love to try it out. These treats look delicious!

  • ira

    I like Amy Atlas on FB already 🙂 and I love making Chocolate covered pretzel.

  • Danielle

    Oh my gosh, the salted caramel chocolate lollipops look delicious! I’ve made milk candy before, but it didn’t turn out too well.

  • I’ve made candy a few times. I am actually researching some candy recipes for this christmas season. 🙂

  • Melissa

    I make chocolate “1”‘s for my daughter’s birthday!

  • shiori

    The only thing I’ve recently made is Mallomars disappear…does that count?

  • alexia

    I’ve made lollipops, chocolate pops, truffles, marshmallows, & fudge. I want to try the chocolate dipped honeycomb!

  • I’ve made some peanut butter buckeyes and chocolate peppermint bark for Christmas before. This book looks amazing!!!

  • Barb

    I just signed up to “like you” on Facebook – can’t believe I didn’t do that already since I am on your blog daily!!!

    I make caramels for holiday presents – this year I am going to make sea salt caramels…yummy…

  • Shannon Qualls

    I already “like” you, and I make cinnamon buttercream chocolates at Christmas.

  • I made valentine candy for my bridesmaids, chocolate covered everything! Would love to make more!

    Love your blog by the way!!!

    : )

  • I’ve made some bark before. Yum!!!

  • Rena

    I often make caramel corn (if that counts)- yumm! Would love to try making fudge.

  • Angela R.

    I love to prepare toffee!!!! we have a family recipe =)

  • Roxi

    I already like Amy Adams on Facebook and I have made chocolates, and even hard candy suckers!

  • Cecily

    I have made english toffee, and peanut butter andies covered in molds. It is so much fun.

  • Kira

    I love making chocolate pretzels!

  • Monika

    I already Like you on FB. The only candy I can remember making is chocolate covered pretzels….

  • ive liked you on face book made some white choclate truffles with almonds in the past.. they were heaven but difficult to make

  • Judy L

    I have made chocolate truffles and chocolate lollipops.

  • Danielle

    In culinary school we made marshmallows and caramel from scratch, among other things. The marshmallow gets so shiny and beautiful! 🙂

  • Amy Lutz

    I have tried simple candies – truffles, caramels, barks. Would love to try some different things and the photos in the book look delicious and beautiful.

  • Helen

    I love making Fudge – the grainy coarse kind, not the creamy kind. I struggle making it to the perfect setting consistency but I love watching the gooey bubbles as they boil and toss themselves around the pan when cooking.

  • Michelle

    What a lovely cookbook! While I don’t have a lot of experience making candy, I sure have enjoyed the few experiences that I have had. When I was a kid, I made suckers with my Mom and the plastic spoon melted in the hot sugar mixture! So, when we ate the suckers, there were strands of plastic throughout! My candy making has improved since then, but I still would like to learn more, especially with my extra-large sweet tooth… 🙂
    Thanks for the give-away.

  • Nee

    I love candy!!!! I make pralines during the holidays and love them!!! Became infatuated with them when I was in the Navy stationed down South!!!!

  • I’ve never made Candy before and would LOVE to learn! The book looks like the perfect book to start with 🙂

  • sydney85

    I have made caramels before. I made these for christmas gifts for family and friends. I would love this cook book to try another recipe for christmas gifts for this year.

  • Ruth Allmart

    I just ‘liked’ you on Facebook, don’t know why it took me so long to do that. I once made homemade fruit leather, does that count as candy? Love your blog Amy, have been following you for some time now.

  • Rita Danielle

    Like you on Facebook and caramels are my favorite thing to make but during the holidays I also make fudge, marshmallows, and truffles.

  • kristi b

    i make a mint fudge and oreo bark during the holiday. yum!

  • Dana

    I’ve made praline!

  • Peanut better candy for Christmas few years ago! Nuts!

  • Otilia

    The only candy I’ve made is Rock Candy on a stick.

  • Making candy has always scared me … but those Salted Chocolate Caramel Lollipops make me want to try. SmilynStef at aol dot com

  • Pilar castro

    I love to make cakepops and cookie pops!

  • Yes I’ve made candy… From cocolate candy, lollipops, and gummies

  • Dalia

    I’ve made liquor infused pralines, tehina and halva squares, homemade marshmallow and recently bakerella’s gum drops. Every other day my kids ask “…Mom, what are we making today?”

  • One of the first encounters I had with my step mother was making chocolate butt lollipops!

  • I’m gonna try for the first time this afternoon.Lollipops !

  • Blanca

    love making chocolate fudge and I also make marshmallows dipped in chocolate with sprinkles! I’ll have him take it to his Soldiers and they love it also good treat after working 12+hrs shifts.

  • Kerri Shaw

    I grew up making candy with my mom for the holidays. Now, I am a school social worker and, for Valentine’s Day this year, made peppermint heart-shaped lollipops and distributed them with information about teen relationship violence with my Girl Power group!

  • I’ve made chocolate monarch butterflies to top cupcakes with.

  • I’ve experimented with candy melts and molds, but this looks way more fun! 🙂

  • Vanessa

    I made chocolate bunnies with a milk chocolate ganache centre last easter. I am about to attempt to make chocolate footballs for my nephews birthday in October…should be interesting!

  • Robyn Amott

    What an amazing find! I grew up making candy. My Mum use to turn our kichen into a chocolate production factory as she made order after order of gorgeous chocolates for her market stalls. I remember hand painting gorgeous easter eggs – made to order! I guess that’s where my obsession with making every occasion candy filled came from. My husband now calls me the candy kid when it comes to the spreads for my children’s birthday parties. My next attempt for my daughter’s 5th birthday is chocolate cake-pops covered in white chocolate and multi coloured sprinkles (hundreds-n-thousands).

  • Cristina


    I love all your posts.I hope to recreate one of your table setting ideas soon.
    Also I tryed making some minipie pops this weekend.Unfortunately not all of them stayed on the stick.I need to try more:)

    Now I am interested in trying some liquor lolli pops.

    All the best

  • Teresa Hemsworth

    I have never made candy before, but would love to try! And, chocolate covered potato chips, yum!!

  • I mostly do cakes, but as far as candy go, my faves are sweet/salty nut brittles, fudge and truffles. I already like Amy on Facebook 🙂 Thanks for the chance; the book looks amazing, and I am a fellow cookbook reader/collector as well. 😉

  • Melinda

    I’m already a fan of Amy Atlas on Facebook! I’ve made caramels before (and subsequently, Chocolate Pecan turtles)…and marshmallows – yum! This book looks wonderful!

  • My mom and I used to make homemade peanut butter cups and other chocolate candies (out of vintage candy molds!) when I was younger (usually before going to craft fairs) and as I’ve gotten older, I’ve graduated to truffles, lollipops, and toffee. I can’t wait to see what other yummy treats are featured in this lovely cookbook!

  • I remember making chocolate scrolls & graduation caps with my mother for my sister’s high school graduation party. I was 9 years old and loved popping the little candies out of there molds.

  • Lesley

    I already like (LOVE) Amy Atlas on Facebook. I mostly make cakes and would like to try my hand at making candy. I have made some, with varying success. It would be especially nice to make some lovely Christmas goodies for the loved ones 🙂

  • Rochelle

    I’ve tried to make fudge and toffee. I”m not a pro but I certainly love to try new things. =)

  • Stephanie Gonzales

    I love making fudge….mmm :

  • Casey

    I’m already a fan of yours on Fb! I have never been brave enough to try making candy – here’s hoping!!

  • Tiffany

    I’ve never made candy before, I heard it’s dangerous. Ha!

  • Lia

    Tons of caramel and honey comb!!! Amy I <3 you!!! CAN'T WAIT FOR YOUR COOKBOOK!!!!

  • Tiffany

    I have made fudge and attempted to make lollipops, but they weren’t working so I just made little pieces instead.

  • Heather Nolting

    I have made truffles before and would love to make lollipops and caramel.

  • Emily Nguyen

    AAF! I have made fudge before-does that count as candy? I’ve also made chocolate dipped pretzels and strawberries, too. Again, not sure if that counts as candy. Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

  • Rebecca

    I love to bake and I think I want to move onto candy. I have made caramel, so that’s a start!

  • I love to try new things…this cookbook would be perfect for that! I already make caramel alond with other goodies! Love to see what others are doing in the kitchen!

  • Svetlana

    I have made only once prunes with almonds in chocolate! Mmm 🙂

  • Jeannie Acevedo

    I already like you on FB, if there was a love button I would have clicked it because I think you are truely talented and you have inspired me tremendously. As for making candy, I love chocolate so I have made everything from chocolate truffles to chocolate fudge and everything in between.

  • Shelley G

    I LOVE being a fan of Amy Atlas!!!! Those book pics are AWESOME! I think the chocolate dipped potato chips look interesting to try!!! I love making choco dipped pretzals rolled in different colored sprinkles but the chips – I have never made!!! ::)

  • Sherry G

    I am a fan on facebook. I make lollipops and caramels. I would LOVE a new book for some new ideas

  • mila smith

    I used to make candies and sell to my aunts when i was younger but recently did some chocolates for a friend’s baby shower and my passion for candy making came right back in!!1 This weekend i was in a woman’s retreat and learned to make pretzels covered with chocolate. This book will be SUCH an addition to my passion.

  • Megan

    I “liked” Amy on fbook! I have made candied walnuts and almonds, cookies, homemade birthday cakes, and white chocolate peppermint “bark”. That is about the extent of my abilities, this cookbook could help me greatly!

  • Helen

    I’ve never made candy! But want to give it a try 🙂 I have melted chocolate and made chocolate dipped pretzels & also chocolate whales from whale molds for a baby shower…but never made from scratch candy. And I’ve ‘liked’ Amy on facebook for months now.

  • I have! I recently made homemade graham crackers and homemade marshmallows for a campfire cookout, and I made chocolate dipped sea foam the other day as a treat to eat during karaoke with some friends. I loove candy making and this book looks really cute.

  • I LOVE this cookbook! Yes, the candy thermometer and I are great friends. I even had a toffee business for two years and sold a ton of treats right out of my own kitchen. But, then I decided that working with food all day is exhausting in a lot of ways, so I came up with a new business and now I make personalized lap desks.

  • Nancy

    I’ve made classic fudge and orange liquor truffles, and almond truffles 🙂 My usual bookstore was Borders, but since they all closed down haven’t had the opportunity to check out Barnes and Nobles but will do!! Thanks for the everyday inspiration Amy!!

  • DeDee

    I have made a couple of easy things, and although I would love to make many more things, I admit I have fear of the candy thermometer. Maybe this book will help me overcome and help my events become candilicious!

  • Love2Create

    I already LOVE Amy Atlas on FB 🙂 And my fav candy to make are Peanut Butter Crunchy Chocolate balls with my mom every christmas!!
    Thank you for the chance!

  • Laura

    I’m a fan. Also I’ve made lollipops for parties before. I really want to try rock candy

  • Sarah mograbee

    my latest obsession is cake pops!

  • I’m already a fan on Facebook and your dessert tables have been a source of inspiration for me for quite some time now. I’ve given candy making a shot a few times.

  • Veronica LePinske

    Never-failed fudge was my grandmother’s recipe. I could remember standing over the stove and making this with her as a child. She past away on June 10, 2001 and that Christmas, I thought I would make it for the family as a remembrance. Let’s just say, the never-failed fudge, failed 5 times but was perfect over ice cream, considering it never hardened.

  • Donna C

    I liked the facebook page.

    I have made crunch bars and peanut butter cups 🙂

  • Sydnie

    I haven’t made candy before but i have always wanted to!

  • Laura

    I just made fleur de sel caramels! I love to make chocolate covered cherries for Christmas, but I haven’t in years. I’ve never done lollipops, and I think I could have a lot of fun with that.

  • Betsy

    I usually make lots of fudge and various other types of candy during the holidays to give as gifts to family, friends and co-workers. Like you I am a sucker for a good cookbook with beautiful pictures.

  • {Just Liked you on FB!} So far I’m miserable at making candy. I tried making brittle at one point and it came out super-soft (still tasty though!). Then I tried making a creamy caramel. It came out completely liquid. I could use some good instruction!

  • like your facebook page- i’ve tried marshmallows but wasnt so impressed with the outcome

  • Laura

    Candy now your talking!! I’ve tried carmel corn several times, some good some not so good

  • Tracy

    Fudge is about all the candy I have tried to handle so far, but I did buy a candy thermometer this year so I can try some more at the holidays.

  • I’ve only made truffles 🙂 The ideas in the cookbook look like a lot of fun though!

  • I already “like” you on FB 🙂 I have made chocolate covered goodies before, but never hard candy. This looks like a great book!

  • Amy Atlas facebook fan!I haven’t ventured into candy, I’m still working on cakepops

  • Raquel

    I’ve never made candy before, but those salted caramel lollies look to die for–maybe dipped in chocolate?

  • megan

    i’ve never made candy but would love to add it to my repertoire!

  • I’ve made some candy before, mostly candy apples, caramels, and fudge. This cookbook could be dangerous to have, but I love what I see of it already!

  • Angela Willis

    I am your FB friend!

    I taught my kids how to make homemade truffles, since they are super easy to make, and they adore chocolate (like their Mother!) They know how to choose quality ingredients and make incredible tasting truffles! We typically make these for Thanksgiving, to give us a little rich chocolate treat to go along with the pumpkin pie! ; )

    Angela W.
    [email protected]

  • Trish

    I love baking – chocolates, popcorn balls, fudge, molasses taffy, oh yum such fun!!

  • does making fudge with condensed milk and chocolate chips considered candy making?…no …then no I have not made candy

  • Ellen

    I grew up making flavored hard candy as a teachers gift. It was always a lot of fun. I have been it a few times since being married, it makes great gifts! Excited to try more recipes!

  • Cynthia Flores

    I’m a huge fan! Never made any candy, but always wanted too and this book will definitely motivate me!

  • Luci

    I’ve made truffles and chocolate-coveered peanuts (in the crockpot — so easy!) but yes, I have been afraid of recipes requiring a candy thermometer. This cookbook looks great, so I hope I win!

  • I’ve made coconut ice, fudge and hokey pokey before. Hokey Pokey is really fun to make because it blows up all puffy when you add the baking soda.

  • Many attempts, few successes… My all time fav right now is lovingly referred to as “candy crack”. Saltine crackers, butter, brown sugar, and chocolate, thank you Paula Dean!

  • Samantha Steves

    I used to make meltable chocolates in plastic molds in elementary school…. does that count? 🙂

  • Jena Hagen

    I LOVE making caramels…licorice is my favorite flavor of caramel…but I’m in LOVE with your ideas, they are so pretty!

    • Tiana

      mmm…I love licorice flavored caramel!

  • Katie

    I’ve only made candy a few times and it’s mostly to decorate cakes with, like candy coral or easy lollipops.

  • Caroline Finch

    I have always loved making little bite sized candies and truffles – although some turn out better than others. They are perfect for any occasion and definitely a crowd-pleaser. This book looks like so much fun with fabulous photographs(usually my favorite part of any cookbook) and great tips.

  • Tiana

    I made candy jewels for a treasure chest cake I made. They added spark and shine!

  • I like you on Facebook!

    I’ve made coffee candy, caramels, and fudge before…but I’d like to try other types of candies, like the lollipops.

  • Tracy

    Oooh…I love making toffee. Those lollipops are to die for!

  • I make candy all the time, especially marshmallows, chocolate bark, brittle for the holidays. They’re all such great gifts and friends love them!!

  • Nika

    When I was 11 I went to Hawaii to visit my grandma and my sister(she went to high school there) and my sister’s boyfriends mom ( confusing…I know) taught me how to make Li Hing Mui lollipop’s. I’m 27 and still use the same recipe!

  • isms

    I’ve made a few RANDOM candies and I’ve messed them up in just about every way possible. hehehe So I guess I hope this book provides thorough instructions and foolproof recipes 😉

  • I love my sugar thermometer and use it often enough. I made some dinosaur chocolates as cupcake toppers last week. Nougat on the menu this weekend.

  • Brooke

    I attempted to make truffles once and failed miserably. Other than that just caramel-does that event count? ha

  • Elissa Pugh

    I have made marshmallows!

    Elissapugh at gmail. Com

  • Jocelyn

    My fiance and I are getting married in November and so I’m madly working on the dessert buffet, besides a medley of chocolate cookies, I’ve made salted caramels, apple spice truffles, and inspired by some of your s’mores posts (and the camping trip where we got engaged) homemade marshmallows are next on the list!

  • I am already a fan of yours on FB. I’ve never made candy before and I’d love to try! My kids would surely vote me “best mom”! LOL!

  • I have been a fan of Amy Atlas for the longest time. Im your fan from the Philippines! I have liked your page on fb.
    I have made chocolate lollipops in the past. Now would love to make different flavor lollipops!

  • Candy making is definetly on my to do list before this year goes by!

  • Trish

    I’ve never made candy before, but now that I have all this time on my hands post-Bar, I’ve been looking forward to giving it a try!

  • Mary

    I’m already a fan of yours on FB. Candy making is one of my fun and dandy things to do specially during the holidays. For this halloween I’ll be creating a candy/dessert table for a few of my hallo-friends. One of the many candy details will be a dark chocolate-tequila lollipop, with a hint of chili powder… yumo!

  • I LOVE AA on Facebook. 🙂
    I haven’t made actual candy, but rather often dip things in chocolate like oreos, marshmallows, pretzels, etc! I would love to win a copy of this book!

  • I love making homemade marshmallows. This book looks divine! Great photography by Todd & Diane.

    p.s. – I “like” you on FB! (

  • Following in Facebook and No I haven’t try my hand at candy making.

  • Im already a fan of Amy Atlas! Im from Montreal, Quebec. I have made marshmallows, caramels and some chocolates. I love it!

  • Denise Stec

    I like your Facebook page! I’ve made chocolate pops before, but am getting so much inspiration from your blog to expand my horizons!

  • Anika

    Yummy!!! I make caramels at Christmas to give to friends and neighbors.

  • Meghan

    One Christmas I made toffee with my grandma. And of course I like your Facebook page!

  • Jenny

    I just find your blog today and I really love your style. Facebook is blocked in China, so I cannot visit. The candy I made at home was chocolate nougat. It is fun to make candy at home.

  • Marisol

    Last Christmas I made homemade peanut butter cups for my family….delicious!

  • Tricia

    Love to bake but I’ve never attempted candy making. Guess it is time to try!

  • Jana

    I like you on FB. I used to make caramel and chocolate lollipops with grandma in Europe when I was a little girl.

  • I haven’t been super successful when making candy, but I have mastered the dipping of things in chocolate!

  • Cheryl M

    Yup, made lots of candy over the years… fudge, salt water taffy, peanut brittle…. so much fun!

  • Kelsey

    I’ve made caramel before, but that’s as far as I’ve gotten with candy! Would love a cookbook like this!

  • Teresa

    I like you on FB. I have made Cholocate lolipops and fudge but Candy is a little tricky… I would love this book.. I have a little girl Julianna in Pre-K and a little one Ariella in Kindergarden.. It would be great to made crafty fun treat for both little girls to trake to shool and being a stay at home mommy now would love to have fun at home too.. I would love love this book!

    Thank you

  • Nikki Ballard

    liked. I NEED this book!! Candy makes great gifts!

  • I love making candies! Oreo truffles and peanut brittle are tied for favorites in my book! 🙂

  • Ashley

    I enjoyed learning about ribbon candy, made by my Grandmother and friends, for a Victorian dinner fundraiser for the local historical society…those ladies know how to put on a beautiful party!

  • Victoria

    I am an avid baker/cook. I read and collect cookbooks. I eat the recipes as I read them. I am a total foodie. I love making elegant chocolates and candies for friends and families….I am teaching my grand daughters to carry on the tradition and would really enjoy learning and teaching them from your book. Thank you!!!

  • Claudia

    Hi Amy
    Regarding chocolates I only have done some shortbread cookies or strawberries dipped in it. But I would love to start doing bonbons and candies. I just started buying some molds and start with this chocolatie adventure. Since my little one is turning 1 very soon I love to try something different (I usually do cupcakes, cookies and mashmallows).
    I missed your book signing when you came to Houston but I got one at W-S.
    Love your work.
    Thanks for your ideas!!!!!

  • Michelle

    I LOVE making chocolates at Christmas – but it looks like I could get into making these all year round 🙂 This cook book looks amazing!

  • Michelle

    I love making chocolates, cookies, candy – any sweet I can think of! These recipes look amazing!

  • Oh I love Every thing about these chocolate yummies!
    I’ve never made lollipops before
    I’m Inspired by today by these!
    Can’t wait to try and make and eat them!YUM

  • Laura

    My husband is the pastry chef in our house but I’d love him to try candy!