Can You Name The Greatest Candies Ever?

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Where would the world be without candy? Nowhere, right?! We love it as much as you do, which is why we want to test your knowledge of some of the best and sweetest confections to have ever existed on this planet. And we're not just talking about the new stuff!

Do you remember what Boston Baked Beans look like? How long did it take you to finish a Jolly Rancher? And how great did it feel to wear a Ring Pop on your finger? Will you remember all of these amazing confections? Or is your candy knowledge a distant, childhood memory?

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1. Easter isn't the same without this classic...

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  1. Cadbury Creme Egg
  2. Mounds
  3. Cookies 'n Cream Drops
  4. Now and Laters
Cadbury's Creme Egg has a chocolate shell. The inside has a sweet fondant that resembles egg white.
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2. Unfortunately, they won't pop if you stick them in the microwave.

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  1. Wonka Bar
  2. Sixlets
  3. Candy Corn
  4. Sky Bar
Candy Corn is a pretty controversial candy. You either live for them or you despise them.
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3. These bars are all about biscuits, caramel, and milk chocolate — and they come in a pair!

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  1. Walnut Krush
  2. Twirl
  3. Malted Milk
  4. Twix
The Twix bar is one of the most popular candy bars on the planet. If you taste one, it's easy to understand why.
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4. Brad Pitt is rumored to love this twisted candy:

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  1. Welch's Fruit Snacks
  2. Kinder Egg
  3. Warheads
  4. Twizzlers
Twizzlers are twisted candies made out of corn syrup, wheat flour, and artificial flavors.
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5. What's the name of these German, fruit-flavored treats?

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  1. Gumdrops
  2. Black Jack Gum
  3. Googoo Cluster
  4. Haribo Gummy Bears
Haribo's gummy bears are extremely popular. While they were first made in 1922, it wasn't until 1967 that the world-famous "Gold Bears" were created.
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6. For Valentines Day, we'll give you a...

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  1. Tic Tac
  2. Jelly Belly Jelly Bean
  3. Hershey's Kiss
  4. Andes Chocolate Mint
Traditionally, Hershey's Kisses are covered in silver foil. During the holidays, they get more festive, with green and red foil coverings.
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7. Despite their name, you won't find these malted milk balls at Burger King.

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  1. Mentos
  2. Chewing Gum
  3. Sour Skittles
  4. Whoppers
Whoppers, created by The Hershey's Company, are malted milk balls covered in chocolate.
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8. These round, colorful favorites are...

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  1. Necco Wafers
  2. Hershey's Krackel
  3. Lindor Chocolate Truffles
  4. Lemonheads
Necco Wafers have been in production since 1847. Although production of the wafers stopped in 2018, they're now back by popular demand!
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9. Give me a break, give me a break, break me off a piece of that:

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  1. Hershey's Bar
  2. Starburst
  3. Kit Kat Bar
  4. Mountain Bar
Kit Kats are well-beloved, chocolate-covered wafers created by Rowntree's of York, United Kingdom.
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10. This red-hot candy sounds like something that could scorch the earth:

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  1. Mike and Ike
  2. Truffles
  3. Dum Dum Pops
  4. Atomic FireBall
Atomic FireBalls are a very intense, cinnamon-flavored candy. Some say they're so hot that they cause eaters to break out into a sweat.
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11. You can also enjoy these in a Dairy Queen Blizzard!

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  1. Oh Henry!
  2. Sno-Caps
  3. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
  4. Spree
These delicious little cups have been around for 91 years and are a big seller in the US, particularly around Halloween. Variations of the Reese's Peanut Butter Cups include the Big Cup, the Minis and the Thins, with different fillings like caramel, hazelnut cream, and marshmallow.
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12. Which spun sugar treat is a favorite at carnivals?

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  1. Froyo
  2. Heath Bar
  3. Push Pop
  4. Cotton Candy
Many people have fought for the honor of being named the creator of cotton candy. Some say it was invented in Europe in the 19th century, while others claim to have found traces of the dessert in the 15th century.
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13. Who knows, you just might find some of these in a Nordic lake:

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  1. Swedish Fish
  2. Squeeze Pops
  3. Candy Lipstick
  4. Whistle Pops
In the late 1950s, Swedish Fish were created in Sweden, but for the US market. They are shaped like fish and come in different colors and flavors.
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14. You may prefer these colorful, button-shaped chocolates when they're filled with peanuts.

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  1. Werther's Original
  2. Dove Milk Chocolate
  3. M&Ms
  4. Gushers
Today, M&Ms can be found in many different colors. Each color has its own personality. If you're interested in knowing more, just watch an M&Ms commercial!
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15. Did you ever wear this candy like a piece of jewelry?

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  1. Salted Nut Roll
  2. Chick-O-Stick
  3. Ring Pop
  4. Nestle Chunky
Ring Pops are wearable candies, shaped like rings. Slip them onto a finger, and suck away!
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16. In need of a pick-me-up? These ring-shaped candies will "save" the day.

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  1. Almond Joy
  2. Life Savers
  3. Blow Pops
  4. Sour Patch Kids
Life Savers are ring-shaped gummy candies that come in different colors and flavors. They were first created over 100 years ago, in 1912!
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17. Do you hang this minty treat on your Christmas tree?

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  1. Gushers
  2. Orange Slices
  3. Candy Cane
  4. Mike and Ike
Candy canes are, traditionally, holiday treats. They're peppermint-flavored and shaped like walking canes.
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18. Called a "Caramilk" in Canada, what's the name of this bar in the US?

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  1. Caramello
  2. Andes Mints
  3. Chunky
  4. Oh Henry!
The Caramello is exactly what it sounds like. Caramel and milk chocolate. What could be better?
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19. Pucker up and get ready to eat some...

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  1. Double Deckers
  2. Sour Patch Kids
  3. Baby Ruths
  4. Rolos
Sour Patch Kids are designed to resemble real people. If you're a true fan, you are in luck. Now you can even get Sour Patch Kids ice cream!
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20. Some are sweet, some are sharp, all are out-of-this-world. But what are they called?

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  1. Clark Bar
  2. Good N Plenty
  3. Starburst
  4. Aero
Starbursts are almost 40% sugar, but don't worry. They include real fruit, too.
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21. Hit one out of the park with this decades-old American staple!

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  1. Flake
  2. Toxic Waste
  3. Baby Ruth
  4. Skittles
Although the name "Baby Ruth" sounds incredibly similar to the baseball legend, the peanut-based chocolate bar was actually named after President Grover Cleveland's daughter, Ruth Cleveland.
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22. This "hilarious" staple has been on the market since the 1970s...

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  1. M&M's
  2. Laffy Taffy
  3. Butterfinger
  4. Reese's Pieces
Don't eat Laffy Taffy if you've got weak teeth. These will challenge your jaws!
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23. What do these colorful lollipops hide in their centers?

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  1. Fireballs
  2. Tootsie Rolls
  3. Twirls
  4. Cotton Candy
Tootsie Pops are hard candy lollipops filled with chewy, chocolate-flavored Tootsie Rolls.
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24. Only an astronaut could tell you if these chocolate bars exist in space.

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  1. Milky Way
  2. Caramello
  3. Marshmallow Peeps
  4. Jelly Beans
Milky Way was created by the Mars company nearly 100 years ago. When it came out, you could buy the bar in one of two flavors: chocolate or vanilla.
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25. These spicy candies are:

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  1. Hot Tamales
  2. Goobers
  3. Bounty
  4. Jujyfruits
Hot Tamales have been one of the top-selling cinnamon-flavored products on the market since 1999.
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26. This Swiss chocolate is famous for its pyramid shape...

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  1. Dots
  2. Toblerone
  3. Runts
  4. Caramel Apple Pops
Toblerone is a Swiss chocolate, shaped like joined triangular prisms or pyramids. This classic has been around for more than 110 years.
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27. What are these gumdrops called?

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  1. Zero Candy Bar
  2. Bazooka
  3. Bit-o-Honey
  4. Dots
Dots are gumdrops. Fun fact? They are now vegan! The brand takes pride in being "America's #1 selling gumdrop".
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28. This candy first came in three complementary pieces:

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  1. Goo Goo Cluster
  2. 3 Musketeers Bar
  3. Fun Dip
  4. Hot Tamales
3 Musketeers has been around since 1932. The candy first came as three pieces of candy in one pack (vanilla, chocolate, and strawberry). Due to budget cuts during World War II, the strawberry and vanilla flavors disappeared.
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29. Eat this candy out of a dispenser shaped like your favorite action figure!

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  1. Mars Bar
  2. PEZ
  3. Smarties
  4. Cadbury Mini Eggs
PEZ is a hard candy famous for its dispensers. These come as different characters including Mickey Mouse and the Ninja Turtles.
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30. The original slogan for this candy bar was "indescribably delicious":

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  1. Twirl
  2. Mound Bar
  3. Idaho Spud
  4. NutRageous
The Mound Bar is a sibling of Almond Joy. The Almond Joy bar is made the same way as the Mound, but with milk chocolate and a whole almond crowning the coconut.
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31. What are these totally indestructible, "bookish" candies called?

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  1. Nerds
  2. Peanut Butter Twix
  3. Everlasting Gobstoppers
  4. Raisinets
Eat Nerds by the handful and we guarantee that you'll achieve a serious sugar rush in no time at all. You might not get smarter, though...
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32. What is the name of this explosive candy?

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  1. Peach Rings
  2. Sourbrite Crawlers
  3. Bubble Tape
  4. Pop Rocks
Pop Rocks claims to be the "original" mouth-popping candy. The company achieves the candy's "popping" effect by adding pressurized carbon dioxide to the hard candy.
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33. This peanut butter and milk chocolate bar is named after a famous New York City landmark.

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  1. Plopp
  2. 5th Avenue
  3. Skor
  4. Lion Bar
Introduced in 1936, the 5th Avenue bar is a sticky, chewy, peanut buttery delight.
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34. Watermelon is just one flavor that these "happy" treats come in.

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  1. Sixlets
  2. Tootsie Rolls
  3. Jolly Ranchers
  4. Abba-Zaba
Jolly Ranchers! They used to be made in the United States, but back in 2003, Hershey moved the plant that produces Jolly Ranchers to Mexico to save costs.
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35. Which of these is a hazelnut favorite made by an Italian chocolatier?

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  1. Almond Joy
  2. Curly Wurly
  3. Double Decker
  4. Ferrero Rocher
Each Ferrero Rocher used to include an entire hazelnut. To cut costs, the company now only makes them with a small part of hazelnut. They still taste incredible!
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36. These sweet and sour, citrus-flavored candies are:

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  1. Krackels
  2. Lemonheads
  3. Tootsie Rolls
  4. Dum Dum Pops
Lemonheads were first introduced in 1962 by Ferrero Candy. They have sweet coats, sour shells, and hard cores, all of which have lemon flavors.
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37. What chocolate bar once came with money?

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  1. PayDay
  2. Hershey's Cookies 'n' Creme
  3. Starburst
  4. Bit O Honey
The first PayDay was released in 1932. In 1989, the company ran a special promotion where each bar contained a wrapped nickel.
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38. Nobody better lay a finger on my ________!

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  1. Thin Mints
  2. Chick-O-Stick
  3. Mr. Goodbar
  4. Butterfinger
Butterfingers! Is there anything on earth more fulfilling than crispy peanut butter topped with milk chocolate? No. No there is not.
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39. Willy Wonka liked these candies! What are they?

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  1. Malted Milk Balls
  2. Sour Pour Straws
  3. Hershey's Hugs
  4. Gobstoppers
Gobstoppers -- still popular today -- were a favorite among young boys during WWI and WWII. They even appeared in the book "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" by Roald Dahl.
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40. After you dance the twist, you'll want to take a bite of THIS chocolate bar.

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  1. Sugar Daddy
  2. Air Heads Extreme
  3. Charleston Chew
  4. Skor
This classic chocolate bar has a yummy, caramel nougat on the inside. In 2025, it will celebrate its 100th birthday!
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41. Do you go mad for these chocolate-covered fruits?

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  1. Mallo Cup
  2. Raisinets
  3. Cow Tales
  4. Oh Henry
Raisinets are raisins covered in dark, milk, and white chocolate.
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42. "Whatchu" call this crunchy, peanut buttery, and chocolatey bar?

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  1. Bournville
  2. Whatchamacallit
  3. Toblerone
  4. Warheads
The Whatchamacallit had a brother in the candy bar world for a while, the Thingamajig. However, the Thingamajig quickly went out of production.
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43. This sweet and sour bracelet won't last long. It's made out of...

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  1. M&Ms
  2. Fun Dip
  3. Ring Pops
  4. SweeTarts
SweeTarts were born in the early sixties and were made using the same recipe as Pixy Sticks. The candy is both sweet and sour, as the name suggests.
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44. Thankfully, these candies can't be smoked as their name suggests...

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  1. Tootsie Pops
  2. Candy Cigarettes
  3. Candy Corn
  4. Rolos
Candy Cigarettes were introduced in the late 19th century. From the very start, this candy has been controversial. Some parents believe they encourage children to smoke.
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45. If this English toffee chocolate bar ends up in your trick-or-treat bucket, you're a winner!

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  1. Zaps
  2. Candy Canes
  3. Heath Bar
  4. Refresher
Although Heath Bars are now owned by Hershey's, they were initially created and owned by Mr. Heath, himself.
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46. Don't worry, these aren't actually cooked legumes!

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  1. Red Vines
  2. Sweethearts
  3. Take 5
  4. Boston Baked Beans
Boston Baked Beans are a far cry from actual baked beans; they're actually sugar-coated peanuts.
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47. What was this very "rich" chocolate bar called?

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  1. Bottle Caps
  2. Marathon
  3. Zagnut
  4. 100 Grand Bar
This expensive chocolate bar was once called the "$100,000 Bar". Its slogan is: "That's rich"!
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48. First it's a candy, then it's a gum...

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  1. Strawberry Laces
  2. Razzles
  3. Blow Pops
  4. Candy Necklace
Razzles is a candy that transforms in the mouth. Once chewed, it turns into a chewing gum.
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49. This 80's chocolate bar has a Swedish name:

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  1. Skor
  2. Snickers
  3. Oasis
  4. Krispy Kreme
While skör is Swedish for "brickle", "Skor", which is printed on these bars, literally means shoes.
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50. Did your grandma keep any of these caramel candies hidden in the pockets of her purse?

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  1. Smarties
  2. Atomic Fireballs
  3. Werther's Original
  4. Tootsie Rolls
Werther's Original is a brand of caramel candy from Germany. It now includes a sugar-free variety, as well as chewy toffees called "butterscotch-melts".
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