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Candy Review: Disney 80 Calorie Mini Milk Chocolate Snacks

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Disney 80 Calorie Snack Bags

photos in this post courtesy of Anthemic Tangle

I don’t know what it is with me this spring – first I reviewed Barbie chocolates, and now I’m chowing down with Disney. Courtesy of the All Candy Expo stash, I got to try these whimsical little chocolates before they hit the market.

As it turns out, you get a three-tiered Disney bonanza with these babies.

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Sweet Places: Walt Disney World Part 2

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Walt Disney World Castle

In the first part of my Walt Disney World candy review I tasted some of the fruity offerings that the parks had to offer. Now, what about the chocolate, you ask? Rest assured, I’m getting to that.

Looking back on my tasting decisions, I couldn’t help but wonder how much the packaging of these Disney confections influenced their sales. Would the child eyeing these treats in the store buy a candy based on the character packaging or the actual confection? My decicions were based on the latter but I couldn’t help but wonder how many little girls insisted they wanted the Princess chocolate bar despite the fact that they hated peanuts and then refused to eat it later.

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Sweet Places: Walt Disney World Part 1

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Walt Disney World Castle

A few months ago I was fortunate enough to join my family on a vacation to Walt Disney World. I was excited to go for many reasons, but one of the biggest was the opportunity to try and find all the interesting candy Disney World had to offer!

Once in the parks, I noticed that there was a pretty standard selection that was offered in all the stores and gift shops (excluding Epcot’s World Showcase, and that’s another entry in itself!). There were a few “normal” candy bars there, like Snickers (can anyone vouch this for me? Remember any others?) and the “standard” theme park fare, like cotton candy (which was so good!).

Despite all the sweets I could choose from, I was most interested in the candy that Disney World offered exclusively. There was a lot to choose from. There was a whole line of bags of lollipops, hard candies, and gummi worms that had Goofy all over them. Mickey laid claim to chocolate with bags of malt balls, chocolate caramels and a few chocolate bars. The Disney Princesses’ weren’t left out either, with beautifully packaged chocolates and lollipops. Pirates of the Caribbean had their cut of stuff too, like a bag of Skull Lollipops.

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Candy Review: Disney Marshmallow Treats

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Editor’s note: This review was written and submitted by a reader named Jenny! Thanks, Jenny, for the great review!

I remember when I was a kid and the prospect of getting my favorite candies – only in pastel – along with a lot of jelly beans that I would only have to pick the black ones out of was so thrilling I could hardly contain myself. It was the penultimate if I got one of those bird’s nest things, you know, the green chocolate-covered coconut rounds with three jelly beans (eggs) in the middle? Then as the years went by I got bored with the same old pink and yellow Peeps and jelly beans that started arriving in stores too hard to eat by the time they got there (and besides that, except for the generic brands, they never have lime! Green is always apple or melon! What’s up with that?).

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Candy Review: Pirate Pearls – White Chocolate M&M’s

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Pirate Pearls - white chocolate M&Ms

Adding to the expanding line of M&M flavors comes the new Pirate Pearl White Chocolate M&Ms (the first time M&M’s have ever been available in white chocolate, I might add). They are a promotional tie-in with the new Pirates of the Caribbean movie, and the pastel colored M&M’s feature both pirate-themed bag artwork, as well as pirate designs printed directly onto the candy (see above).

How do they taste? Actually, not all that bad, considering I am not usually a fan of white chocolate. I think I got my fill of it when I was young and allergic to Milk Chocolate. Since then, I’ve always had an aversion. I found it interesting that you can really taste the candy shell on these. I had always assumed the candy shells were chocolate, or flavorless, but with the white chocolate you can really taste the shell and tell that it definitely adds something to the entire M&M taste.

In addition to the white chocolate creation, M&M’s is also releasing M&M’S Minis Sunken Treasure Mix which actually change color – I can’t wait to try those! There’s also M&M’S Milk Chocolate Pirate Gems and M&M’S Peanut Chocolate Captain’s Gold varieties. It should go without saying, but these are limited edition (even though the bag doesn’t say it, they are), and were just released nationwide this week, so keep your eyes peeled for them if you want to try them.

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