It's near impossible to ignore all of the chocolate and candy displays out there right now with Valentine's Day right around the corner but that doesn't mean you have to give in to their hefty price tags. Creating your own candy at home is incredibly easy and rewarding once you know where to start.
In July 1885, Addie Orne opened Orne’s Candy Store in downtown Boothbay Harbor, according to the candy store's website. She started out with just ice cream, bananas, and a handful of different candies, the website states, and she expanded her candy selection over the years...
Halloween is only one week away and as an adult, I'll admit that I sneak in a piece or two (or maybe more) of candy as I hand out the candy to the trick-or-treaters. Then there is November 1st and all that leftover candy to dive into! Before you do, let us put a big bah hum bug into your Halloween.
According to influenster.com, Maine and Massachusetts share their choice of favorite trick-or-treating candy. They surveyed over 40,000 people to uncover which Halloween candies are number one in each state.
Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup was one of only three candies to be voted as one of top treats by every single state in the US...
We've previously shared with you videos of poor kids making adorably sour faces while tasting the deceptively delicious candy Warheads. These kids are expecting something sweet, and what they get is punch of sour right in the face.
There’s one single treat in the history of all candy deliciousness that makes us feel so torn. Candy corn -- we hate to love it and love to hate it. How is it possible it can taste so bad, yet be so irresistible? It’s a Halloween trick AND treat. (See what we did there?)