This is a post from the seventh edition of my (mostly irregular) Week of Lists where I bring you seven list-type posts, one per day starting on Saturday, October 25th and ending on Halloween, leaping from the darkest corners of your internetz and scaring you into mild confusion. Stay tuned!
Based on the eager efforts of the girl this year, our kitchen table is currently covered in a variety of Halloween candies. Fun-sized chocolate bars dominate the mix, but the collection spans a much wider array of chews, chips, taffies, and toffees. I may be biased –and to be honest, I don’t eat that much candy anymore– but among my favs are…
4 of the Best Halloween Candies Ever Invented
In my humble opinion, some folks are a little too eager to dismiss this particular classic, but by being not too overly-sweet and simultaneously parcelled out in pill-sized bits, you can nibble on a pack of these for a long time before your tastebuds are overwhelmed.
In our house, we practically fight over the rockets… and I rarely win.
A favourite of extraterrestrial beings everywhere, I’ll take a little bag of these peanut butter filled bites of awesome over their cup-based counterparts any day.
You may have noticed by now that there isn’t much in the way of chocolate on this little list I’m writing. But as an unofficial aficionado of many things gummi-based the desire for chocolate is all but overwhelmed by one of my all-time candy favs.
There is no real-world fruit equivalent to the famous swedish berry, at least none that I’ve ever tasted. So, I’ll stick to my bursts of red-deliciousness.
The girl tosses these little baggies my way on a pretty consistent basis because as she tells me “dad, I’d rather have the puffy kind.”
I don’t know how widely the crunchy style of cheese puffs are available around the world, or if we are privileged to keep them all to ourselves here in Canada, but I’ll take my share either way.