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The Best Halloween Candies This 2019

 If there’s one thing that screams “Halloween” (aside from pumpkins and jack-o-lanterns), it’s candy. Lots and lots of them. Creative DIY Halloween costumes for moms and kids. Halloween is the holiday where you can indulge in a frightful of candies and sweet treats without judgment. Just about every house has prepared treats for trick-or-treaters, from sour patches to Reese’s buttercups, we give you the best sweets to buy this season. 


Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup 

No lie. No other words for it. It’s just simply the best candy any trick-or-treaters could possibly get.



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Milky Way

The King of the sky and the galaxy (probably the king of candy bars). This sweet treat will leave youngsters at your door begging for more.



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Sour Patch Kids

Sour Patch Kids are absolutely and terrifyingly delicious, especially when they are “fresh” or “very stale”.



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Ah yes, Twix. Such an incredible candy. There is a simple joy in every Twix you find in a bowl. It feels selfish to take it, especially when there are other kids who want it too, but go on! If you don't take it, others will probably will.


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DUH. Need I say more? Everybody wants to get their hands on this delectable sweet treat.



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This all in one ~ spooky ~ flavor mix is a burst of joy.



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Any variant of this is great. Peanut? Almonds? Name it. This sweet treat is an all-time favorite of kids and adults.



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A chocolate bar with nougat, caramel, and nuts? No wonder everyone gets crazy over this stuff.



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You can easily spot this mini treat -- a paper wrapper over a foil wrapper. When you see it, you already know it. There’s always a little joy every time you open one and pop it in your mouth.


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Of course, Nerds. A handful of this makes you go gaga.


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Aside from the taste, the packaging is really cute.


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Nestle Crunch

I mean, come on? Who doesn’t like crunch? The sweetness is just about right and it’s crunchy!


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You can find this in every bowl of treats. Crispy, crunchy, peanut-buttery kind of bar.


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You can basically find any trick-or-treating kid pulling on this treat.



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Baby Ruth

A candy bar made of peanuts, caramel, nougat, and covered in a compound of chocolate. Kinda like snickers, don’t you think?


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Laffy Taffy

I bet you heard the 2005 song by D4L when you read “Laffy Taffy”.


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Tootsie Rolls

Tootsie Rolls continue to populate children’s Halloween totes. Probably because it’s a mix of chocolate and taffy, and doesn’t melt.


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A bunch of little, colorful, candy-coated balls that you pop out of a little tube into your mouth. They don’t taste as good as M&Ms though, but their packaging and the way you eat them is more fun, it even feels more when you crunch it in your mouth.


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Three Musketeers

A candy bar consisting of chocolate-covered, whipped and fluffy nougat. Kids find it good.


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So go and get your bowl of treats filled and ready as the season of spooks is about to come!