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What is your favorite candy?

Started by ChrissyRyan, March 30, 2024, 12:47:58 PM

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What is your favorite candy?
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Northern Star Girl

 
Chocolate candy bars for sure....  and if coconut is involved, there
is nothing better than chocolate and coconut together.  :) 

 Hershey Bars   Snickers    KitKat    Almond Joy    Mounds
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LoriDee

I admit that I am a chocoholic. But I prefer just good old Hershey's milk chocolate.
But my favorite is caramel. I can eat a bag of it and want more.
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Dear LoriDee:

I completely agree with you regarding  Hershey's milk chocolate.
              American chocolate at it's best in my opinion.

I have traveled quite a bit around various places in the world and I have
sampled all kinds of fancy local chocolates... some of it quite renowned
and expensive....
...but when I get back home, the smooth flavor of a Hershey's milk chocolate
candy bar, is what I like... and the price is more affordable than most
of the esoteric chocolate brands.


HUGS, Danielle


Quote from: LoriDee on March 30, 2024, 02:36:38 PMI admit that I am a chocoholic. But I prefer just good old Hershey's milk chocolate.
But my favorite is caramel. I can eat a bag of it and want more.

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I started HRT March 2015 and
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LoriDee

So true!
On my first tour in Germany, I was introduced to Marzipan. Ugh. Totally gross, but the Germans are not big on sugary sweet chocolates.

Now, I will let you in on an ancient family secret — Goat's milk fudge.
My grandmother showed me and it is awesome. Take your favorite fudge recipe, even a box of Duncan Hines. Where the recipe calls for a can of condensed milk, substitute a can of goat's milk. They usually sell them in the same place in the grocery stores. I have checked all of the chains and mom-and-pop chocolate factories and it's like no one has heard of it. Try it.

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Jessica_K

My favourite just has to be fruit sours. The more sour the better, followed by the fruitiness of the jelly sweets

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Paulie

Dark chocolate's hard to pass up.  I don't really care for milk chocolate and I'll usually pass on it.  I can't bring my self to eat a Snickers Bar, milk chocoholic, sticks to my teeth (see the toffee thread) and too sweet. 

Mounds - dark chocolate and coconut, that I'll do if I'm looking for something sweet.  It's not the best dark chocolate but still good.  Too bad they don't make the Almond Joy with dark chocolate..   

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