1. # 5 Boston Baked BeansSource:www.smithsonianmag.com
I remember buying this candy by the pound at the mall growing up. You might say that Boston Baked Beans are not really a Halloween candy, but according to wikipedia this treat has nothing to do with Boston. The family that first started making them is from Italy and they founded the company in Chicago. Boston Baked has a sweet hard shell and a peanut in the middle and in my book, that is candy sweetness.
2. #4 Bite Size SnickersSource:www.lovethispic.com
Im not really a snickers person when it coming to the regular size but it’s something about those bite snickers that I just cant pass up. I think it’s because Snickers bars deliver the right amount of chocolate, caramel and peanuts I need. Do yourself a favor – when you see a bowl of them, don’t just grab one, you will only be hurting yourself.
3. # 3 SkittlesSource:www.skittles.com
Skittles has evolved over the years with some crazy flavors from the original to wild berry, sour and my favorite, tropical. If you are giving away skittles this Halloween you just might see the Bassman at your door yelling “Trick or Treat, Trick or Treat giving me something good to eat!”
4. # 2 Jolly RanchersSource:www.rusnakfamilydentistry.com
This hard candy truly lets me savor the flavor with my favorite choices of watermelon, apple, and cherry . The only negative side to this candy is that I would always get busted by my mom trying to open it up in church. The wrapper was so loud, but once you get it open and in your mouth you realize it was worth the trouble.
5. # 1 Now and LatersSource:www.samsclub.com
As a child and even now, if you see me in church you can best believe I just might have some Now and Laters in my pocket. This will forever be my number one go to candy and my favorite flavors are green apple and cherry. Side Note: As a child, my sisters and I would put Now and Laters on the back of the hot TV so they would get soft! I know that sounds crazy,