I love snickers, recess cups, and kit kats!! Those are my three favorite!
Kit kat, milky way, and candy corn. Even snickers and almond joy, love them.
Reeses, which they seem to mysteriously disappear from my daughter's candy bag while she is at school ;-), and Candy Corn, for very sentimental reasons.
Of course I'm not picky and I'll eat any of the others too, except those yucky sesame candies that were popular when I went trick or treating 40 years ago.
Definitely candy corn ( witches teeth), followed by the bite size version of all my favorites, i.e., Reese Cups, Baby Ruth's, and Plain M&Ms. I hate when I have a bunch left over, though. Halloween really is the unofficial start of holiday weight gain. Ugh!
Definitely Mounds or Almond Joy. I think they are the closest I can get to Girls Scout Samoas (Caramel Delights to those on the west coast), at any time of the year.
I am also a big fan of Reese's. They remind me of being a little kid. I used to poke the middle out, then try to peel every bit of the remaining peanut butter out. That way I was left with a solid chocolate ring to enjoy. (I know, I know. I'm weird. Judge me if you must)
Like someone else mentioned here, the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups shaped as pumpkins. I also love Skittles, Twix, and Kit Kats. Dear me, now I want candy!
I absolutely love those little orange pumpkins that supposedly are the same thing as candy corn -- but they taste way better! I look forward to them all year and gain no telling how much weight during October because of those things.
by nanderson500 6 years ago
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by Joelle Burnette 9 years ago
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by Handicapped Chef 6 years ago
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by Brian L. Powell 7 years ago
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