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Candy Review: Hershey’s Air Delight

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Hershey's Air Delight Candy Bar

Everybody knows the name Hershey and everyone out there has probably had a Hershey bar. After all, they aren’t called the “Great American Chocolate Bar” for nothing ya know. Now they’ve come out with this new chocolate bar called Hershey’s Air Delight. It’s essentially a regular Hershey bar full of air holes which is sort of like the Nestle Aero bars or even the Bubble Chocolate.

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Katy Perry Becomes Hershey’s Favorite Artist

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Katy Perry Rolling Stone Cover

Photograph by Terry Richardson for

Unless you’ve been living under a Pop Rock, you’ve heard the pop tunes of Katy Perry — maybe on your radio or maybe your kids have been singing about “California Gurls” or “E.T.” On the cover of the latest issue of Rolling Stone, Katy Perry has donned a Hershey’s Kiss bra. I’m sure there are some folks in Pennsylvania thanking the artist for putting their chocolaty treats on the minds of tweenyboppers all over the planet.

Candy Recipe: Hidden Reese’s Cup Sugar Cookie

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Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Cookies
I have always been a bake-it-from scratch kind of girl. Until I had three kids, and then I had to get lax on my from-scratch snobbiness and face reality. With three little whirlwinds in the household, scratch-baking just isn’t gonna happen. I don’t want to cheat my kids of the joy of cookie baking (one of my fondest childhood memories), so I picked up a few Betty Crocker Sugar Cookie mixes to make with them. There are dozens of ways to hack the mix and make just about any kind of cookie imaginable. Of course, I had to combine my love of candy with the mix to see what happened.

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Candy Review: Ice Breakers Frost mints

Categories: Candy,Candy Reviews,Mint Candy,New Candy,Sugar-free Candy

Ice Breakers Frost

A powerful mint with a pleasant taste can be difficult to find. Too much “minty-ness” will leave a mouth burning – a sensation I seldom welcome in general. Particularly, I have this problem with peppermint mints. I like the peppermint, but it’s almost too much of a good thing. I also don’t like Big Red gum or Atomic Fireballs for this same reason. It’s like there’s no middle ground with mints. You either get super-minty-burn or a lackluster, vague mint flavor. Psshh, I don’t want that! I’m not particularly fond of mints in general because I can’t find that happy balance. Or so I thought.

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Hershey’s Wants To Share the Love With You (aka Hershey’s Candy Giveaway!)

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hersheys basket

Did you know that every time you buy Hershey’s part of the proceeds go to support the Milton Hershey School? The school began 100 years ago as a dream and vision shared by Milton Hershey and his wife Kitty. Unable to have children of their own, they took their wealth and created a home and school for orphaned boys in 1909. After his wife died, Milton Hershey gave his entire fortune to the School. Mr. Hershey has been quoted as having said, “The School was Kitty’s idea. If we had helped a hundred children it would have all been worthwhile.” One hundred years later, Milton and Kitty Hershey’s legacy lives on and has educated thousands of students. You can read more about Milton and Kitty’s story and the school at

To celebrate 100 years of giving, Hershey’s wants to give two lucky Candy Addict readers a gift basket like you see above full of things like Kisses, Twizzlers, Whoppers, Reese’s, and much, much more. To enter, post a comment below sharing your own story of uncommon love in general, a story about favorite Hershey’s candies from childhood or adulthood, or a story about how a (your?) child loves Hershey’s candy. We will pick our favorite as one winner and the other we will choose randomly from all valid entries.

Be sure and use your REAL email address (it will not be shown on the site) when you post a comment and make sure you do not auto-mark na email from as SPAM. You can’t win if you can’t receive the winning email!

Offer open to U.S. residents only and prize must be shipped to a U.S. address. Limit one entry per person. Entries accepted until midnight EST, May 14, 2010. Winners must be 18 years or older to win. Void where prohibited by law. If the winner does not reply by email within 48 hours when we send the winning email, the prize will be forfeit and another winner will be chosen.