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Candy Bars are one of our favorite ways to satisfy a sweet craving.
Candy bars often include chocolate, caramel, nuts and other tasty
ingredients. Some say that God's gift to man, was the candy bar. Some of
our favorite candy bars include these listed below.
Which candy bar is your favorite?
3 Musketeers Bars - Light, fluffy nougat covered with chocolate. These bars are a tasty and unique candy bar treat. Love the commercials where they are so light, they float away.
100 Grand Bars - I used to really love getting these as a kid, because from the name they sound really valuable. A gooey, tasty, crunchy good time.
Almond Joy Candy Bars - Little coconut delights, put 2 almonds on top and cover the whole thing with chocolate. If you like coconut and nuts, you will love Almond Joys.
Baby Ruth Candy Bars - Baby Ruth's have a long tradition in the United States. They were first introduced in 1921, after being renamed and reformulated, they were first called "Kandy Kake". The candy bar includes peanuts, caramel, chocolate flavored nougat and is covered in chocolate. They are a bit odd shaped and lumpy looking, which is part of the appeal.
Butterfinger Bars - Made really popular by the Simpson's as Bart and Homers Favorite candy bar. Slogan: Break out of the ordinary.
Hershey's Bars - Nearly everyone has tasted this iconic classic chocolate bar. Comes equipped with a dark brown wrapper that almost looks like chocolate. A true American classic, hailing from Hershey Pennsylvania, you can even tour the factory when you are in town. Hershey started the great American tradition of Chocolate Bars, Hershey's is one of the oldest and most respected Candy Bar Brands. Some of their top Candy Bar Brands include the Classic and Iconic Hershey Bar, Almond Joy Candy Bars, Cadbury Chocolate Bars, Kit Kat Bars, Mounds Bars and the Reese's Peanut Butter Cup Chocolates.
Kit-Kat Bars - Kit-Kat bars have that lovely crunch that makes them great. Now you can get them in white chocolate too.
Mars Bars - I guess this candy bar is aptly named, because it's out of this world. Chocolate and caramel mixed together, kind of like Milky Way but sweeter and the texture is firmer.
Mounds Candy Bar - Just like slogan says, "Almond Joy has nuts, Mounds don't". Same exact thing as an Almond Joy candy bar, without the nuts.
Mr. Goodbar - Comes in an easy to spot yellow wrapper with giant text in red that reads mr. Goodbar. A simple blend of fresh roasted peanuts and Hershey's chocolate, that works together like a champ.
Nestle Crunch Bars - The tin foil wrapper and texture on this beauty are one of a kind. The trademark "crunch" of these babies has to be tested for yourself to be believed.
Milky Way Bars - Caramel, nougat and chocolate somehow oozing together, this is
one delightful and decadent snack.
Snickers Bars - When they say that Snickers really satisfies, they mean it. This brand of candy bar is one of the greatest of all time. Snickers is the World's biggest selling Candy Bar. In 1930 Frank Mars invents the SNICKERS candy bar as we know it today by adding a chocolate coating to an already existing nougat, peanut and caramel snack.
Take 5 Candy Bars - An interesting candy bar that is certainly different, as it combines caramel, peanut butter, peanuts and pretzel. Lots going on here, a must try for the candy addict.
Twix Candy Bars - Twix bars are a candy bar favorite of many. They come in the easy to recognize gold wrappers and they have that great crunch when you snap into one. The package includes 2 tiny bars which are a crunchy cookie covered in chocolate and caramel, yummy, yummy good.
Whatchamacallit Candy Bars - This candy bar was first introduced in 1978 and was a chilhood favorite of mine. It has a rice crispy center with peanut butter flavor and is surrounded by a thin layer of caramel and an outer layer of chocolate. The candy bar with the funny name, that tastes great!!