Posts Tagged ‘Halloween’

Since it’s fall and freaky Friday, it’s the perfect day to ask:

What’s your LEAST favorite Halloween candy?

You know, the one candy you traded out as a kid (or will trade with the neighbors this year).

When I was a small fry, my brother and I would come home Halloween night and go through our stash, trading candy piece by piece. I dumped 3 Musketeers on him and he handed over all of his Almond Joys. It was a clean and fair transaction.

To entice you to share your LEAST favorite Halloween candy (just one!), you’ll be entered into a drawing to win a $25 Candy.com Gift Card. The winner can buy his/her FAVORITE Halloween candy. Watcha waiting for?  Spill it.

Based on the feedback, I’ll post a Top Ten list early next week and announce the $25 gift-card winner. TGIF!

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I know it’s still August, but I already hung a fall wreath on my front door. I couldn’t help myself. My kids are back in school and I’m sniffing fall leaves from the front porch. I also just bought my daughter a pink wig for her Halloween costume, so I’ve got trick-or-treating on the brain before Target has its “Halloween Headquarters” candy aisles up and running.

Since I’m way ahead of myself (and mass retailers), I thought I’d take the opportunity to share some unique Halloween candies that you may not find locally … but you will find online.

Jack-O-Lantern Truffles If you want to go highbrow this Halloween, Lindt’s milk chocolate truffles wrapped in pumpkin-motif foils will get the attention of even the biggest Halloween candy snob.

Candy Corn Taffy Think outside of the box this Halloween by putting candy corn taffy in your candy dish instead of traditional candy corn. This might sound like fingernails on a chalkboard, but trust me, change is good. If you can’t bare the thought, try adding roasted peanuts to your candy corn. The sweet-and-salty mix is perfect for tailgating.

Pumpkin Pie Nougat Fluff How cute are these little nougats that taste like pumpkin pie? Make a colorful party favor by putting a handful of these pretty pumpkin chews at the bottom of a clear cello bag and top with a box of Dots Candy Corn.

Black Licorice Skulls Here is another Halloween bulk item that scores a 10 on the cuteness chart …

Pop Rocks Pumpkins Pop Rocks were as popular as Dum Dum Pops and Tootsie Rolls when I was a kid, but we never got them in our trick-or-treat bags. It was probably because there was an urban legend floating around that Pop Rocks exploded in your stomach if you washed them down with a soda. Now that time has proven that these candy rocks can safely be paired with a Diet Coke, they are the perfect giveaway for modern day trick-or-treaters.

Orange & Black Mint Twists If you’re gearing up for an October wedding, birthday party,  baby shower, or general Halloween bash, this minty, yet festive bulk item would look killer in a tall glass candy dish.

Halloween Licorice Pastels I am a Good & Plenty fan, so I felt it necessary to include these chewy orange, black, and yellow licorice tubes in my list of unique finds. Like the Orange & Black Mint Twists, Halloween Licorice Pastels would add zing to any candy buffet table or treat bag.

Halloween Early Birds! Save 5% on Candy.com’s Halloween Candy by using Coupon Code “early5.” Offer applies to both wholesale and retail orders. Hurry, this offer ends August 31.

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28 Sep

First Annual Candy.com Halloween Candy Showcase 0

In spirit of Halloween we decided to create a Halloween Showcase featuring our favorites in a few fun categories. Check them out and let us know what your favorites are!

Prettiest Candy

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  1. Melville’s Barley Halloween Lollipops
  2. Orange Rock Candy
  3. Orange & Black Mint Twists
  4. Halloween Kabob
  5. Drizzled Chocolate Pretzels

Yuckiest Candy

Gummy Brains

  1. Jelly Belly’s “BeanBoozled”
  2. Hotlix Chocolate Covered Insects
  3. Oozing Jelly Filled Eyeballs
  4. Gummy Brains
  5. Bloody Gummy Bones

Scariest Candy

fingers

  1. Gummy Fingers
  2. Frankenstein Giant PEZ
  3. Gummy Rat
  4. Black Licorice Skulls
  5. Gummy Skulls
Most Remembered Halloween Candy as a kid

candycorn

  1. Candy Corn
  2. Wax Fangs
  3. Melocreme Pumpkins
  4. Orange & Black Jelly Beans
  5. Mini Chocolate Bars
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