The "Favorite Candy" Thread
Posted 29 May 2012 - 09:16 PM
pretty much any home made chocolate/peanut butter confection will send me into a homer simpson frenzy
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Posted 29 May 2012 - 10:19 PM
I am on a huge candy bar kick right now. We have them at work, and I can get them somewhat cheaper, so it's turning into borderline addiction for me. Snickers is the old reliable for me: chocolate coating, hearty peanuts that fill you up, and the fantastic texture of chewy nougat (there's caramel in there too, right?). When I want something more decadent, I dig into a Three Musketeers or a Milky Way (you can chew these things and savor them for a good while). Recently tried Midnight Milky Way, and that my be my current favorite. I tend not to love things like Nestle Crunch or Hershey bars just because they don't seem to last as long, or fill you up as much.
If you can't tell, I am a chocolate fanatic. Not to say that I don't love some fruity candies. Skittles are probably tops in that category for me, because you can just stick big chaw of them in your mouth and suck out the sweet juice. Boy, do these things fuck up your teeth and cheek though!
I think I have turned the corner on peanut butter based candies. I still enjoy them, but they're not my first pick anymore (used to be addicted to peanut butter cups).
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Posted 29 May 2012 - 11:55 PM
I am a complete Reese's whore. My favourite is a toss between the above mentioned Pieces of the Reese's variety, and Reese's Big Cups.
Those chocolate oranges are great, but I'd have to go with Reese's Pieces for 1st place (at least for candy that's readily available).
Also, fuck yes caco! Good times.
Posted 30 May 2012 - 12:05 AM
In the more traditional sense, there's a Idaho Spud, which is kinda hard to come by:
Off the shelf:
Or it's more common brother ...
Basically, stuff with coconut, an peanut butter ftw.
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Posted 30 May 2012 - 12:07 AM
'readily available' is probably rolos or caramello
not always easy: cadbury creme eggs (but i get burnt out on them fast in season because they are soooo sweeeet), this crazy ass caramel/fudge/prailine bar at the Hyatt bakery, and smoked peanut butter and caraml squares from Lucis @ 16th and bethany home
Posted 30 May 2012 - 12:13 AM
... Why does Butterfinger say "bar barra?" Are they big among Latinos? And would they not know it was a bar without the Spanish?
Posted 30 May 2012 - 01:41 AM
^I dunno if you have this in the states, but it's not very similar to actual lokum. It's just this nice purple jelly stuff covered in chocolate.
There used to be these toffees called Toffos, and there were superb fruit-flavoured versions of them. I haven't seen them anywhere in years, unfortunately. I generally much prefer crisps to chocolate and candies anywho. Can we talk about crisps here too?
(I like Crunch bars as well, but I'll be fucked if I'm giving Nestle my patronage.)
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