View Poll Results: Select all the candies you enjoy.
Snickers 81 52.60%
Butterfinger 70 45.45%
Milky Way 58 37.66%
Mars Bar 23 14.94%
M&Ms (plain) 83 53.90%
M&Ms (peanut) 73 47.40%
M&Ms (peanut butter) 34 22.08%
M&Ms (almond) 37 24.03%
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups 106 68.83%
Reese's Nutragious 12 7.79%
Reese's Fast Break 18 11.69%
Heath 67 43.51%
Skor 48 31.17%
Whatchamacalit 26 16.88%
5th Avenue 21 13.64%
Twix (regular) 71 46.10%
Twix (peanut butter) 28 18.18%
Payday 41 26.62%
Hershey bar (regular) 56 36.36%
Hershey bar (dark chocolate) 37 24.03%
Hershey bar (with almonds) 51 33.12%
Hershey's Kisses (or Hugs) 50 32.47%
3 Musketeers 57 37.01%
Symphony 25 16.23%
Dove 46 29.87%
Mr Goodbar 28 18.18%
Caramello 38 24.68%
Baby Ruth 40 25.97%
Almond Joy 59 38.31%
Mounds 46 29.87%
Skittles 45 29.22%
Kit Kat 74 48.05%
Junior Mints 56 36.36%
Starburst 58 37.66%
What about...? 36 23.38%
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Old 05-27-2011, 08:49 PM
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What candies do you like?


(Long) Poll coming.

Myself, I cannot imagine a world without Caramello, Twix, or Reese Peanut Butter Cups.
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York Peppermint Patty? I like all of these, except Heath Bars.

There's a kind of sesame nut brittle sold in the bulk candy section of the grocery store. Sort of like the sesame seed honey brittle, only this has whole nuts in it. I allow myself a square a week , and I really really really look forward to that square a week.
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I am not a peanut person, so Snickers has never been a favorite, but a few months ago I noticed they now have a Snickers Bar a made with almonds, and I have to say it was pretty dang good, but I only tried it the one time.

I also like Cadbury Fruit & Nut chocolate bars (with raisins and almonds) once in a while, even though chocolate is not something that I typically crave too often.

(I remembered that I also like an occasional Kit Kat or Twix, so I guess that chocolate and me get along pretty well afterall....)
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I am not a peanut person, so Snickers has never been a favorite, but a few months ago I noticed they now have a Snickers Bar a made with almonds, and I have to say it was pretty dang good, but I only tried it the one time.
It's a relabeled Mars bar (well, US-version Mars), and it's a different formulation than just Snickers - peanuts + almonds... it's a sweeter, the nougat is softer, etc. It's also been re-relabeled back to Mars in some markets. I like them too, but it took me a while to accept that it wouldn't be the same dense/less-sweet experience as the original Snickers.
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Easier to list candies I don't like. Candied citrus peel, licorice and Raisnettes.

As I've grown up I realize that the "chocolate" coins in our stockings and bunnies in our Easter baskets was really just brown wax. But I've graduated to better chocolate.

My favorite readily available at most checkout counters candy bars are Milky Way Midnight, Whatchamacallit, and Hershey with Almonds.

If you stood me in the candy aisle of a big store and said "you must choose one item in this aisle and that's the only candy you may have until your 50th birthday" I'd pick peanut M&Ms.

I'm a Doper on a pretty tight budget these days, but when things loosen up I enjoy quite a few of the chocolate offerings at Trader Joe's, particularly the organic dark chocolate truffle bar.
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Old 05-28-2011, 10:58 AM
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I am not a peanut person, so Snickers has never been a favorite, but a few months ago I noticed they now have a Snickers Bar a made with almonds, and I have to say it was pretty dang good, but I only tried it the one time.
My new fave, knocking Milky Way Dark off its longtime perch.
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I really don't consider most of the choices "Candy". Candy bars, yes, but not 'candy'. M'Ms are candy and I like them. Don't care for skittles, and JR Mints are ok

Candy bars? 3 Musketeers, Reeses Cup, Peppermint Patties, Caramello, but sometimes I go years w/o eating any of them.
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Hmmm, there needs to be an easy way to Select All Options.

And then I'd unselect Skittles.
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I also select those Sunkist jellies.
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Does anyone even buy Mr. Goodbar? I think that if they weren't included in multibags of Halloween candy, nobody would ever bother with them.
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I like a lot of these choices, but anything containing chocolate is not "candy" to me. My favorite kind of candy is pretty much any kind of gummy, but especially Wine Gums.
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I really don't consider most of the choices "Candy". Candy bars, yes, but not 'candy'.
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I like a lot of these choices, but anything containing chocolate is not "candy" to me.
This baffles me. Of course chocolate bars are candy. I've never heard of anybody making this distinction before.

I have a prodigious sweet tooth and could add more candies to this list all day. But the most glaring omission is Lifesavers.
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Old 05-28-2011, 09:48 AM
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Mike & Ike Hot Tamales
Jelly Beans
Junior Mints with my movie popcorn
Milk Duds

Walnettos suck.
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How about Zagnut? To this day, whenever I think about Zagnut (which, to be fair, isn't very often), I think of the movie 48 Hours. When Eddie Murphy's character was complaining that he was hungry, Nick Nolte bought him a Zagnut bar from the vending machine and said "Here's your goddamned dinner". I don't think I've ever actually had a Zagnut bar, and no one I've ever asked about it has either. But I know it's a real candy, and apparently is still around.
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I also like: malted milk balls, Gimbal's gourmet jelly beans, Blackberries and Raspberries and their Cherry Lover's jelly beans, Laffy Taffy, caramels of all flavors, toffees, Jolly Ranchers and peanut brittle.

I'm quite sure there are more.
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duplicate post. sorry, nothing to see here.

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How about Zagnut? To this day, whenever I think about Zagnut (which, to be fair, isn't very often), I think of the movie 48 Hours. When Eddie Murphy's character was complaining that he was hungry, Nick Nolte bought him a Zagnut bar from the vending machine and said "Here's your goddamned dinner". I don't think I've ever actually had a Zagnut bar, and no one I've ever asked about it has either. But I know it's a real candy, and apparently is still around.
Zagnuts are very good, in a toasty-coconut sorta way. I'll also second Coffee Crisp and Aero bars.

And I think there has been no mention of Sweet Tarts (?)

And finally, no love for Smarties , which are criminally underrated.


mmm

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Zagnuts are very good, in a toasty-coconut sorta way.
They sound awesome, something I would really like. But I'm not sure I've ever actually seen them in person (or I just haven't noticed). I think they're a victim of terrible marketing. Awful name and bland packaging. Shame, because they do sound pretty yummy.
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Here's how my votes (<==) rank among the sorted results after 113 voters:

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View Poll Results: Select all the candies you enjoy.  

Reese's Peanut Butter Cups    81 71.68% <==
Snickers                      60 53.10% <==
M&Ms (plain)                  59 52.21% <==
M&Ms (peanut)                 57 50.44% <==
Heath                         54 47.79% <==
Kit Kat                       54 47.79% <==
Butterfinger                  52 46.02% <==
Twix (regular)                47 41.59% <==
Starburst                     45 39.82% 
Hershey bar (regular)         44 38.94% <==
Almond Joy                    43 38.05% <==
Milky Way                     42 37.17% 
3 Musketeers                  41 36.28% 
Junior Mints                  41 36.28% <==
Hershey's Kisses (or Hugs)    39 34.51% <==
Hershey bar (with almonds)    38 33.63% <==
Mounds                        36 31.86% <==
Skor                          36 31.86% 
Skittles                      35 30.97% 
Dove                          35 30.97% 
Payday                        34 30.09% <==
M&Ms (almond)                 31 27.43% <==
Hershey bar (dark chocolate)  29 25.66% 
Caramello                     29 25.66% <==
What about...?                29 25.66% 
Baby Ruth                     28 24.78% 
M&Ms (peanut butter)          27 23.89% 
Symphony                      21 18.58% 
Twix (peanut butter)          20 17.70% 
Mars Bar                      19 16.81% 
Whatchamacalit                18 15.93% 
Mr Goodbar                    17 15.04% 
Reese's Fast Break            16 14.16% 
5th Avenue                    13 11.50% 
Reese's Nutragious            12 10.62% 

Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 113. 
It ought to be easy to copy/paste into NotePad or similar text handler and replace my marks with yours, if that sort of thing lights up your life!

Fun poll, and I may have to try some of those higher-ranked things I never have before. Just for trivia's sake, according to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%26M%27s M&M's and I arrived the same year!
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You left out my all time favorite-Zero bars! Just had one tonight at work in fact. Mmmmmm.
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Nestle 100 Grand and Goo Goo Cluster are two I like that's not on the poll.

Some I don't buy because they don't fill me up. Mr Goodbar, Herseys Bar, M&M's for example leave me still hungry. All those calories and I'm hungry.
Kit Kat , Snickers satisfys my hunger much better.

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I voted ""What about.....?"

Marzipan. Is that considered a candy here in the US, or a confection (it comes in many forms, such as small figures, outhouses, animals, etc)? Anyway, I love it, and can't stop eating it when I'm in Germany.

This IS candy, but I don't know what it's called: It's a caramel circle with a sweet white paste in the middle and one could buy it as a theater snack.

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This IS candy, but I don't know what it's called: It's a caramel circle with a sweet white paste in the middle and one could buy it as a theater snack.
Oh yeah, I remember those. Goetze's Caramel Cremes.
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Dark chocolate M&Ms, 100 Grand, malt balls, Marathon, Oh Henry, Rolo.
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You left out the Milkshake Bar. Probably because they haven't been made for years and were never a national brand.
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Ohhhhhhhh... I had forgotten about Milkshake bars! Those were yummy!
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I'm a hard candy fan, so where are my Jolly Ranchers?

I also indulge in salty licorice from time to time. Dubbel zout anyone?
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I'm a hard candy fan, so where are my Jolly Ranchers?

I also indulge in salty licorice from time to time. Dubbel zout anyone?
I'm surprised it took this many posts to say Jolly Ranchers. They're my favorite.

I love all types of sweets, though.
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Sour patch kids.
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Sour patch kids.
Yes! Best movie candy...evah! My son and I plow through a bag of those or Twizzlers every time we go to the theater.
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I voted for the vast majority of the list (because, c'mon, it's candy). To the ones I voted for, I'd also add Sour Patch Kids, Lemonhead (and Orangehead), Goetze's caramel creams, Reese's Pieces, York Peppermint Patties, Zero Bars, Zagnuts, and Reese's Crispy Crunchy Bars. And Milky Way Simply Caramel Bars.

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Twizzlers is another of my favorites left off the list.

And don't get me started on the Twizzlers vs. Red Vines debate. I've always thought Red Vines taste like Play-Doh.
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Sour Patch definitely

Where's the Rasinettes??!?!
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Where's the Rasinettes??!?!
My sentiments exactly. (Although to be picky, it's "Raisinets".) At my supermarket you can also get chocolate-covered blueberries and cherries (not maraschino cherries), which are fantastic. Bridge mix is good too. Also Turtles.

When I was a kid I used to like Chunky, but they seem to have changed the recipe or something.

No love for Crunchy Frog or Spring Surprise???
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Weird how we have only a few of those in the Netherlands. Must have something to do with licences or something, we have a company Mars that produces for the Netherlands.

Snickers
Milky Way
Mars Bar
M&Ms (plain)
M&Ms (peanut)
Twix (regular)
Dove
Kit Kat

Our most sold bars are, in addition to those mentioned above,

Bounty (with coconut);
Nuts (nougat and peanuts)
Balisto (never had it)
Lion (puffed rice, caramel and chocomel)
Bros (plain milk chocolate with airbubbles).

Many Dutch classics are peppermint candy. Like King Peppermint, chewable Mentos, and chocolate covered thin peppermint syrup After Eight.

And drop, liquorice, of course.


Me, I like jellybeans and Katjesdrop, (hard sweet liquorice).
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As to a preceding poster speculating that the recipe of Chunky must have been changed: Yes indeedy.
There are a bunch of chocolate bars that had a very distinctive taste when I was growing up in the 1960s (Chunky I seem to recollect was made by the "Ward" company; another is/was Goldenberg's Peanut Chews) that were then acquired by multinational conglomerate/decades-ago Third World baby formula atrocity perpetrator Nestle, so all the damn bars now taste like ... Nestle's chocolate.
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Heath and Skor as I love toffee, but I eat the chocolate off them before eating the toffee. Then, Payday and Reese's cup due to the salt, which is noticeable to me. Whatchamacalit for the rice crispies. The only chocolate bar I like is Mr. Goodbar, which I can recognize by taste. I never really liked chocolate.

As for what about? You forgot to lists the different Snickers. I prefer almond. Again, I separate it from the chocolate.
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Aero bars. Love 'em. Don't get 'em often enough.
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Aero bars. Love 'em. Don't get 'em often enough.
Oh, which reminds me... there's also Coffee Crisp, which, like Aero bars, are not always easy to find in the States.
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Oh, yeah. I also love Cookie Dough Bites, even though I never eat them except at the movies.
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Oh, yeah. I also love Cookie Dough Bites, even though I never eat them except at the movies.
Since I work in a grocery store (kinda sorta) I was going through the new candies we are getting and saw that we are getting "cinnamon bun bites", from the makers of cookie dough bites.
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Without York Peppermint Patties, Life is meaningless.

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Looks like Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are loved the most, followed by Snickers.
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Thinking of this thread, I saw the Snickers Almond at the checkout counter and decided to grab a couple, as the first one I had was quite good, not to mention that I couldn't find any marzipan outhouses at the supermarket....
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Fat diabetic checking in...I like just about all of them except Twix, Reese's Nutragious and Fastbreak, Baby Ruth and Payday. Of course I'm not supposed to eat any of them...
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All of the above, plus Almond Snickers!
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I really prefer Skor bars to Heath bars, but I voted for both, because they are both good. Skor bars just have better texture and flavor.
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You left out so many good ones:Rocky Road (especially the hard to find Mint flavor), Butterfinger Crisp, Uno, Krackel, White Chocolate Kit-Kat, Peanut Patties (apparently only found in Texas), those peanut butter trees you only find at Christmas, etc.
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100 grand, Milky Way Simply Caramel, Rolos, Ghiradelli Milk Chocolate Caramel. Are you sensing a theme here? Just about anything chocolate with caramel.

And then we move on to the fruity candy's. I am 47 and my niece introduced me to Sour Patch Kids last summer. Where were those when I was a kid?
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Malted milk balls. I actually prefer Whoppers with chocolate-flavored coating over Brach's with real chocolate coating. The real chocolate on the latter seems to me to have a fruity taste which I find distracting.
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