Satisfy your sweet tooth and indulge your nostalgia by whipping up any of these 12 treats inspired by the junk food you enjoyed as a child. The overall taste will remain the same, but the quality will far surpass any pre-packaged sweet treat.
Moist, yellow vanilla sponge cake is filled with fluffy marshmallow cream in the cupcake version of the classic snack cake.
Find the recipe at Lady Behind The Curtain
Make your own glazed donuts from scratch and enjoy them warm and fresh.
Find the recipe at The Pioneer Woman
Homemade Peanut Butter Cups
These creamy, peanut butter filled treats are made with high quality dark chocolate for a gourmet take on the classic cup.
Find the recipe atFood 52
Homemade Cotton Candy
Whip up a batch of this gorgeous cotton candy that looks like spun gold in your own kitchen.
Find the recipe at Cooking Books
These marshmallows are surprisingly easy to make and lend a quality you just can't get from store bought. Perfect for enjoying as is or dipping in chocolate fondue.
Find the recipe at Buns In My Oven
Homemade Hostess Cupcakes
These DIY versions of Hostess Cupcakes are filled with marshmallow fluff and topped with chocolate ganache.
Find the recipe at 52 Kitchen Adventures
Homemade Blueberry Pop Tarts
Warm blueberry preserves fill a flaky pie crust envelope in this easy-to-make Pop Tart recipe. Who doesn't want on-the-go pie?
Find the recipe at Rosie Eats
This golden, deep-fried county fair classic is super easy to make-- the batter is made with pancake mix.
Find the recipe at Piece Of Cake
These candy treats are surprisingly simple to make and will bring back childhood memories of carnivals.
Find the recipe at Bakingdom
Melted milk chocolate, peanut butter and candy corn make up this homemade version of the Butterfingers candy bar.
Find the recipe at Sweet Little Details
Fig Cookie Bars
Like Fig Newtons, but better because they're homemade!
Find the recipe at Brown Eyed Baker
Joyful Almond Coconut Chocolate Bites
These homemade bites inspired by the Almond Joy bar are vegan and gluten-free.
Find the recipe at Tasty Yummies