The Most Underrated Candies You Need For Easter
Tim Tams. These are from Australia, so they're not exactly easy to find but they're AWESOME and worth ordering on Amazon. YUM.
Take Fives. This little kernel of heaven hardly gets the credit it's due. Pretzels, nougat, caramel, chocolate and peanuts? Excuse me? I'll take fourteen thousand... boxes.
Turkish Delight. That scene where Edmund meets the White Witch in Narnia is solely responsible for my affinity for what might be the weirdest candy ever. You'd be surprised at how many flavors there are. It's like the fudge version of jellybeans, which is far more wonderful than it sounds. Trust me.
Hershey's Cookies n' Cream Bar. I didn't like these as a kid because, ew, white chocolate. But now, as an adult with a refined, and developed pallet, I appreciate the mild crunch of chocolate cookies in a solid bar. Looking back, I should have known that cookies n' cream flavored anything is worth trying.
Sky bar. If you don't want a shmorgusboard of flavors in one bite, the Sky Bar is for you. Not in the mood for caramel? Nibble on a fudge square. Not feeling the fudge? Take a break with vanilla. Genius, right? You bet your $1 bunny ear headband it is.
Mars Bar. I'm going to let the picture below speak for itself.
Twizzlers Bites. Everything you love about Twizzlers in a bite-able size. You can even still use them as a straw if you get a really shallow glass. What's not to like?
Lion Bar. I've never heard of this but it's amazing simply for the fact that it looks like a snarling lion when you split it in half. The chocolate coating is the mane, and the white wafers are the teeth. Also, I found this raving review of it on The Great British Diet: ... a chocolate shell, rice , wafer and a shot of caramel through the lot. The chocolate layer is reasonably thick, not overly sweet and riddled with puffs of rice, [making it] lighter than one might expect. Overall, the experience is tasty one but to be most admired are the textures from the milky chocolate and crisp rice exterior to the denser caramel and wafer core.