Easy Homemade Candy Bars

Copycat Candy Bar Recipes at Home

Did you know that with just a few ingredients and a little time, you can make your favorite candy bars at home? That's right--no more stale bars and mystery ingredients. Making your own candy bars at home means your candy will be fresh, delicious, and perfectly customized to your tastes!

This list of copycat candy bar recipes has something for everyone. Scroll through, find your favorite, and get cooking! Homemade candy bars also make amazing gifts, so be sure to make a double batch for...MORE friends and family!

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    Kitty Cat Bars - Homemade Kit Kat Bars
    (c) 2015 Elizabeth LaBau

     Kitty Cat Bars are a homemade take on Kit Kat Bars. You won't believe how easy it is to recreate these classic candy bars at home! You'll need just 2 ingredients to make these copycat Kit Kats, with a much fresher taste. 

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    Mr. Greatbar - Homemade Mr. Goodbar Recipe
    (c) 2015 Elizabeth LaBau

     Mr. Greatbar is a classic peanut-and-chocolate candy bar modeled after Mr. Goodbar candies. It's amazing that just 2 ingredients can create such a satisfying candy! 

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    Take 10 Candy Bars - Take 5 Candy Bars Copycat
    (c) 2015 Elizabeth LaBau

     Take 10 Candy Bars are a copycat version of Take 5 bars. They're super fresh and flavorful, with sweet-and-salty layers of pretzels, peanut butter fudge, caramel, and peanuts. You won't be able to eat just one!

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    Paycheck Bars - Copycat PayDay Bars
    (c) 2015 Elizabeth LaBau

      Paycheck Candy Bars are a copycat recipe for PayDay bars. These simple bars have a caramel core covered with salted peanuts. I like them plain, but I also like to take things a step further and give them a good dunking in chocolate!

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    Snackers Candy Bars - Homemade Snickers Bars
    (c) Elizabeth LaBau

    This candy bar recipe features a layer of soft peanut-studded caramel on top of a light and chewy peanut nougat, all enrobed in delicious chocolate. Can you guess which popular candy bar this one resembles? The answer will make you snicker.

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    Twix Candy Bars - Homemade Twix
    (c) Elizabeth LaBau
    Homemade Twix Bars have a crunchy cookie base, smooth caramel center, and rich chocolate coating, just like their namesake. But because these homemade Twix are made fresh with good ingredients, I think they taste even better than the original!
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    Almond Delights Candy Bars
    (c) 2014 Elizabeth LaBau

    Chewy coconut is topped with whole toasted almonds and covered in chocolate, just like your favorite candy bar. If you don’t like almonds, they can be omitted and the candy will still be delicious.

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    Million Dollar Candy Bars - Homemade 100 Grand Bars
    (c) Elizabeth LaBau
    Million Dollar Candy Bars are a homemade version of the 100 Grand candy bar. A luscious strip of caramel is coated with a mixture of chocolate and rice crispies for a crunchy, chewy treat.
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    Silky Way Candy Bars - Homemade Milky Way Candy Bars
    (c) Elizabeth LaBau

    What do you get when you combine rich, fluffy chocolate nougat with creamy caramel? Silky Way Bars, of course! Using marshmallow cream in the nougat and store-bought caramels makes these bars a snap to throw together.

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    Chocolate Caramel Candy Bars
    (c) Elizabeth LaBau

    These mini candy bars, packed with soft caramel and salty cashews, aren't meant to mimic popular candy bars--they'rel originals! You can substitute any of your favorite nuts or even dried fruit into these bars for a completely customized candy bar all your own.