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Candy Review: Hershey’s Bliss

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Hershey’s Bliss

How do you find your bliss? Hershey’s hopes we’ll all find it in their Bliss Chocolates, and they’re banking on three flavors to satiate our palates. I recently sampled all three – Milk Chocolate, Milk Chocolate Meltaway, and Dark Chocolate. I found that only one of the candies left me feeling blissful.

Each variety comes as individually wrapped foil squares in flavor-specific bags. They all have a nice, chocolaty smell, and the color choices for the foil are appealing. I can imagine a cute display of Bliss squares in a candy dish. Cute or not, I’m most interested in taste.

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Top Ten Candies We Want in our Easter Baskets

Categories: Candy,Chocolate Candy,Holiday Candy,Limited Edition Candy

The 2008 Top Ten list of Candy Addict’s most-wanted Easter candies ought to have you crossing your fingers that at least a few of these treats end up in your basket. Although some may not agree with all of our selections, there’s definitely something for everyone on this list. Wait – make that something delicious for everyone! Happy Easter!

10. Reese’s Pieces Pastel Eggs

Reese's Pieces Pastel Eggs
Crunchy, peanut buttery, addictive. Reese’s Pieces Pastel Eggs seem to taste even better this year than they did last year. Festively colored and egg-shaped, these candies are easy to eat by the handful. Try not to get carried away – there are nine other candies that will hopefully end up in your basket!

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Easter Bunny Cake and Candy Creation

Categories: Candy,Candy Recipes,Chocolate Candy,Holiday Candy

Easter Bunny Cake with M&M's

Home Economics: my dream class, and one that ended up being a lot more useful than just providing an opportunity for an easy “A.” I can’t remember if I took Home Ec in middle or high school, but what I can remember is one of the most fun ideas to ever sit atop the kitchen counter – the Easter Bunny Cake.

Of course, there are time-consuming and rewarding recipes to make a cake and the frosting from scratch, but we were teenagers, and our teacher wasn’t about to delve into scratch baking with us. Besides, it was a lot more fun to turn some random round cakes into an Easter Bunny than it was to learn how to actually bake.

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Easter Candy Review: Reese’s Peanut Butter White Egg and Peanut Butter Fudge Egg

Categories: Candy,Candy Reviews,Chocolate Candy,Holiday Candy

Reese's Peanut Butter White Egg
After reading the Awesomely Addictive raves about Reese’s Peanut Butter Egg, I was ecstatic to find Reese’s Peanut Butter White Egg and Reese’s Peanut Butter Fudge Egg at Walgreen’s for fifty cents each. I generally love all Reese’s candy, and couldn’t wait to get home and try the eggs. I wasn’t sure what to expect – would the peanut butter be mixed with different flavors, or would the coatings just be different from the usual milk chocolate?

I randomly chose to open the White Egg first, and took note of the flat-back egg shape similar to the Almond Joy and Mounds Eggs. The White Egg was solidly encased in an off-white substance that looked and felt a little oily. My excitement dwindled, and I cautiously bit into the candy.

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Catch Squishy Fishies Gummy Candy

Categories: Candy,Candy Gadgets,Gummi/Gummy Candy,Novelty Candy,Weird Candy

Squishy Fishies
Did someone say gummy sardines? If not, you should have, because the Squishy Fishies available on’s candy page are a hilarious idea and come in a whimsical plastic case.

I’ve never eaten sardines – gummy or otherwise – but I have marveled at the cool tins that efficiently package the dead fish. The Squishy Fishies container mimics a real sardine tin, and even comes with a key to turn to open the lid. I have to admit, I love this idea. I’m a sucker for tins (even if they’re not actually tin), and the fake sardine gimmick just seems like a whole lot of fun. Plus, the gummy fish are fruit-flavored, not fish-flavored, which makes the product much more appealing.

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