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What candy (chocolate) Bars do you still crave?

Lately I've been craving Cadbury Flake and Bournville bars, as well as Yorkie Bars! I'm going to have to plan a trip to the "Burbs to buy some.

What bars do you crave or miss?

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  1. Twix. Just thinking about them makes me want one really REALLY badly. (My daughter came home with one the other day & shared, before that, I wouldn't have been able to answer this question.)

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    1. re: shanagain

      I have a great throwing arm and 50 in my freezer that I save for the grands.
      How far do ya live? hahahh

      1. re: iL Divo

        So funny, because I'm staring down a bagful after putting together a care package for my son in college. So far I haven't stolen any. (I did nab a Slim Jim - another odd guilty pleasure of mine.)

    2. Mounds. And sadly, because they are available in little candy dishes as my afternoon need for a little bit of chocolate kicks in at work, "the great American chocolate bar" (Hershey's) really does the trick. I also just cut out a coupon to try new Dove bars with creamy peanut butter filling...mmmmmmmmmmm! Anyone tried these yet?

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      1. re: kattyeyes

        Mounds. Always Mounds. I'd love a Waleeco bar too (same idea) but they aren't made any more. 8<(

        1. re: Bob W

          I love mounds and almond joy bars too. I wish Peter Pan would create a hybrid of the two.... coconut, dark chocolate, and almond. Wouldn't that be so good? But I also love heath bars.

          1. re: kubasd

            As a college freshmen I worked at seven-eleven and was therefore privy to all the promotional and "special edition! limited time only!" candies and snacks. My all time favorite was the all to short time we had dark chocolate almond joy. I must've eaten an entire display box by myself. This was a most guilty pleasure for me due to my life long, overt hatred of anything containing flaked coconut. As a little kid I'd decided they must really be cuticles and someone (my sister) was trying to fool me.

            1. re: jdoyle2254

              I'm not a huge fan of coconut myself, but for some reason Almond Joys always slip through...I'm surprised the dark chocolate didn't make it.

              1. re: schrutefarms

                I can still find them all over the place, you mean they're hard to come by now? they are the best......

            2. re: kubasd

              love heath and almond joys and skor and synphony toffee.

              there is a recipe on here somewhere for home made almond joys.
              I really must try to make it one day. I can do a 'sorta' version of a heath but that's easy.

              Canada has something like almond joy called bounty I think they're good too

        2. the only one i recall craving in recent years is Goldenberg's Peanut Chews because they were mentioned in a thread a few months ago. now that i think about it, even if i did crave one, i can't imagine wanting more than a bite or two - the thought of any more than that sort of sickens me when i think about how cloyingly sweet most of them were. having said that:
          - Toblerone
          - 100 Grand
          - Baby Ruth
          - Whatchamacallit
          - Milky Way Dark
          - Kit Kat
          - Skor or Heath
          - 3 Musketeers
          - Coffee Crisp

          of course now i'm nauseated from thinking about all of them at once!

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          1. re: goodhealthgourmet

            Oh, GHG, I remember our Goldenberg's discussion, and it's sad that even now that I'm on the wrong coast, they just don't exist. One of the last things I did (literally) before moving from NY was buy two bags of the individually wrapped ones (original dark choc., of course), one for the SO and me on the cross-country drive, one to keep "for later."

            Once in a blue moon, I give in to Reese's cups or a Kit Kat, twice in a blue moon, I'll have a York Pppermint Patty or peanut or almond M&M's. This adds up to a couple times a year, as opposed to dark choc. bars which may or may not have other flavors (usually not). When confronted with a vending machine and a need for sustenance, Baby Ruth was always my choice, with its high peanuts-to milk choc. and sweet goop ratio.

            1. re: Caitlin McGrath

              one day soon after that discussion i spotted the current Just Born version at the checkout stand at Shop Rite, so of course i had to buy a pack out of curiosity. one look at the ingredient list told me i was in for disappointment, but i tried a bite anyway. awful waxy flavor & consistency. ick.

              so sad :(

              1. re: goodhealthgourmet

                Yep, actually saw them in a video rental place in CA after they went into production, but had already heard, harrumph, ain't the same, so I didn't bother trying. At least if Godenberg's were still around, I could mail order if the hankering got strong enough - but the CA move, Goldenberg's fold were about simultaneous, so they're impossible nostalgia now.

              1. I am more of a savory person. I eat chocolate rarely but when I do...

                GooGoo Clusters
                (English) Cadbury's
                Heath bars

                1. Mallo Cups, Zagnut, and Zero Bars

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                  1. re: Infomaniac

                    I remember my grandma giving me a dime to go to the 5 and 10 to get us 2 mallo cups and we "sneak them"...she would always say we can't let your mom and dad know! (I was not allowed to eat chocolate)

                    It was our thing...thanks for reminding me of the great memory!

                    1. re: Infomaniac

                      Aww yeah, Zero Bars! I haven't seen those in ages, but I loved 'em as a kid.

                      1. re: Infomaniac

                        I have always loved Zero bars. They are a little hard to find, but worth the search. The "Y" I went to as a kid had them frozen in the the snack bar. That's what got me hooked on them!

                        1. re: meatn3

                          Zero bars frozen is the way I like to eat them as a kid too.

                          1. re: meatn3

                            I used to love Zero bars, and I don't know if this is just because my tastes have gone more to the savory side since i've been a kid, but to me it tasted like the changed the recipe. Same with Icy Squares and Icy Cups, which are similar tastes.

                            1. re: im_nomad

                              Are those the same chocolates called "Ice Cubes"? Man, I LOVED those as a kid. Are they still available?

                              1. re: nofunlatte

                                these are icy squares:

                                made by Moritz ?

                                These are the icy cups:

                                Don't know who makes them, I always thought it was the same place. I've seen them in stores around here. As i've never had an "ice cube", i don't know if they're the same sorry.

                                1. re: im_nomad

                                  The "icy squares" (the ones in the red and gold package) appear to be the same as "ice cubes"--see my post below). Perhaps they are the same product made by Mortiz and marketed under 2 different names. Appearance very similar. I've only had ice cubes, and have never seen "icy squares."

                                  1. re: im_nomad

                                    I think the Icy Squares are the same as the Ice Cubes--and Moritz is the company that makes them. I may have to order these!

                                  2. re: nofunlatte

                                    Mmmmmmmm Ice cubes! Man I love them. We still have them around here in northeastern pa. I remember when they cost a nickel and now I think they are a quarter. Well worth it tho. Now I have to get me some..:)

                                    1. re: nofunlatte

                                      oh those Ice Cubes I got when I was just a young girl, they were mouth meltingly delicious and what 2 cents each

                              2. Clark Bar!! Sort of like a butterfinger, but BETTERER! Can't find 'em here in Oakland; don't even know if they exist back East either. Like the late, lamented Scooterpies.... adam

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                                1. re: adamshoe

                                  You're right - I haven't seen a Clark bar for years. Yum.

                                  1. re: cycloneillini

                                    there's a really ancient candy/smoke store in Pittsburg in the center city area I think it's called "the Strip" area.
                                    anyway, they have Clark Bars in there. I noticed them when I was buying my 5 lb'er of GoodNPlenty's

                                  2. re: adamshoe

                                    Adam, they're available online: Clark your heart out at this site: http://search.candywarehouse.com/sear...

                                    1. re: adamshoe

                                      I was at a Cost Plus/World Market today and they had Clark Bars, O'Henrys and Chunky chocolate.

                                    2. my favorite is that new twix PB

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                                      1. re: fabian3dg

                                        I'll second this. Probably my favorite candy in general second only to Reese's Peanut Butter Cups...If they made the PB Twix with dark chocolate, game over.

                                        1. Admittedly my recent experiences are limited (typically to nibbling on Halloween candy as the neighbor kids pass through), but still, candy bars seem kind of nasty lately. I used to love Mounds bars, but now they just seem sticky. 3 Musketeers? Where's the flavor? Milky Ways are flat. The only things that appeal are chocolate bars with something added - KitKat or Twix with their cookies, Heath or Skor with their toffee, etc.

                                          I'd like to think that my palate has become more sophisticated, but that strikes me as improbable. Are the "fun size" made differently, or have candy bars in general taken a turn for the worse?

                                          1. I haven't had a Cadbury Crunchie bar in a while. I remember really liking those when I lived in London. Remind me to stock up on my next visit.

                                            1. Chunky, "What a chunk of chocolate."

                                              Almond Joy, when we go to the movies.

                                                  1. A friend read this thread last night and brought over a couple Cherry Blossoms.

                                                    1. Cadbury's Crunchie, a real Coffee Crisp bar (Rowntree's, in the foil wrap with a sort of tissue-y overwrap, seemed to be more adult than usual choc bars, a bit on the cigarette packaging side - the Nestlé version doesn't have the real taste or shape either), Macintosh Toffee. All favourites of my Canadian girlhood.

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                                                      1. re: buttertart

                                                        summer on the beach = frozen snickers or milky way...or one of each!

                                                      2. The small size Snickers frozen. When we lived in SF, we had trick or treaters but didn't want to deal with the older kids - who could be real jerks at times. So after the little kids had come by early, we'd freeze the remainder of the candy, turn out the lights on the main level of the house and stay in our bedroom on the back of the house. TMI. But the point is that we always had months worth of frozen Snickers which made a nice dessert for us.

                                                        1. I really don't miss any, since if I am craving one, I have no problem buying and consuming right away. Although Kit Kat came out with a new flavor -coffee- a few years ago, which didn't last long, unfortunitely. I thought it was great.

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                                                          1. re: schrutefarms

                                                            Take it from someone who stored M&Ms too close to the espresso and found a new taste sensation--mocha M&Ms...try storing a Kit Kat or two next to/on top of either your coffee or espresso. Betcha by golly wow, that'll do the trick. ;)

                                                          2. I still crave snickers, I had one last winter, which is kinda when I'm in the mood for them. Classic childhood memories every time I eat one.

                                                            I became a big fan of take two bars, but am now a bigger fan of a rolo topped with a pecan on a square pretzel, cooked in the oven until the rolo just starts to melt, then cooled (or frozen)

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                                                            1. re: madgreek

                                                              Ever try the wrapped cookies with Rolos in the center? You'd love 'em. If you don't know of them and are interested, LMK and I'll post the recipe for you on home cooking...just not tonight. ;)

                                                              1. re: madgreek

                                                                take two bars? did you mean take FIVE? if not, what exactly are take two bars??

                                                              2. U-NO bars are a soft and unctuous as a candy bar can get. Always loved them, and best when frozen.

                                                                Heath bars are at the opposite end in texture, and I love those too.

                                                                In between, there's Almond Joy, oh boy! Oh boy!

                                                                1. The old original Mars bar, milk chocolate, they were flatter and wider and had 4 or 5 whole almonds on top, light green wrapper, they haven't been around since the '60's.

                                                                  1. Flyer Bars. Haven't seen them in years.

                                                                    1. I hardley ever crave sweets, but once in a while I see a Mr. Goodbar sitting there - and I just have to buy it!
                                                                      I am really surprised by it's un-popularity - it's so chock full of peanutty goodness!

                                                                      I also AWLAYS buy Peanut Chews if I see them - they are my all-time favorite - and these days they are so rare to find.

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                                                                      1. re: NellyNel

                                                                        That's so funny--I will always pass up Mr. Goodbar in the standard assortment of Hershey's miniatures. The bag goes like this for me in order of pref:
                                                                        1. THE Hershey bar
                                                                        2. Krackel

                                                                        As to Special Dark and Mr. Goodbar, they can just sit in the dish with their other mini-friends as far as I'm concerned. HA HA HA! Or, alternatively, I'll just save Mr. G. for you, OK? :)

                                                                          1. re: NellyNel

                                                                            That is too funny! I will try to remember you as my friend who's "looking for Mr. Goodbar"...so to speak! HA HA HA! I remember our Ray Liotta conversation about Easter pie even better. ;)

                                                                          2. re: kattyeyes

                                                                            i agree -- special dark and mr. goodbar can rot in the dish... for me tho, my order is the reverse -- prefer krackel to straight Hershey

                                                                        1. Every now & then I get a craving that can only be relieved by MORE COWBELL....(Sorry, wrong website!)....by either a Lion bar or a Double Decker. Discovered them in London about 10 years ago. Fortunately World Market gets them in from time to time.

                                                                            1. McVitie's Penguin Bars. I loved them when I lived in England for a summer and whenever I see them at a specialty store here, I have to buy them!

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                                                                              1. re: CreativeFoodie42

                                                                                I used to buy Penguin Bars too when I lived in the UK, but i never thought they were special -
                                                                                Until NOW - when I can't get 'em anymore!! Yeah they were good!

                                                                                1. re: NellyNel

                                                                                  There is a specialty shop that sells them for outrageous prices but I can't resist whenever I'm in there!

                                                                                  1. re: NellyNel

                                                                                    If you happen to be in/near LA, the Canyo country store in Laurel Canyon has a HUGE selection of imported candy-I know I've seen Aero, Flake, and Violet Crumble, and wine gums.

                                                                                    1. re: schrutefarms

                                                                                      Aero is another favorite but sadly I'm in Boston :-(

                                                                                2. Reese's Peanut Butter Cups.
                                                                                  Almond Joy
                                                                                  ONLY IN THAT ORDER...................

                                                                                  1. Flake
                                                                                    Zero bars (the ones from Belgium)
                                                                                    Ice cubes (I think they're German--small square milk chocolates)

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                                                                                    1. re: Gigi007

                                                                                      Oh no! My curiosity got the better of me, so I googled "ice cubes" and found the little chocolate squares (that are made in Germany!) available for sale in tubs of 120 pieces. Some places actually ship them with an ice pack b/c they are "delicate". I wonder if they still taste the same as they did when I was a kid...

                                                                                      1. re: Gigi007

                                                                                        OOooohhh, they were INCREDIBLE! I seem to remember them costing somewhere between 2-5 cents originally, and then later on, they were a quarter. I hope they haven't tinkered with the original recipe!

                                                                                        1. re: Gigi007

                                                                                          When I was a kid we'd get the Ice Cubes at a market at Alpine Village in Torrance. They were one of my very favorites... sooo smooth. I can still remember the way the chocolate started to melt as soon as you took a bite, or better yet, just let it sit on your tongue and slowly melt. ;o) I've run across them from time to time in the past few years too in other places. I've tried them and they seemed to be the same smooth, melty consistency and I'm pretty sure the taste is still the same,

                                                                                          1. re: schmoopy

                                                                                            Thanks, Schmoopy. I always loved ice cubes when I was a kid. Good to know that those creamy chocolate squares are still the same. It seems that a lot of places sell them on the internet, but the issue is getting them to their destination before they melt. One place even sends them with an ice pack in the package!

                                                                                        2. re: Gigi007

                                                                                          Wow, I just replied upthread about Ice Cubes. I loved these! My parents always got a few from the local German deli when it was still in business

                                                                                          1. re: nofunlatte

                                                                                            I loved them too, The bad thing is that I found a ton of places on the web to order them from (apparently they come in big tubs of 120 pieces--that's why it's b-a-a-d!)! I am going to hold off until the weather is a bit cooler though as I don't want to be disappointed by melted "ice cubes". Wish someone sold them locally. They used to have them at a German deli here in DC. I'm going to double check before I order them.

                                                                                            1. re: Gigi007

                                                                                              120 pieces? Oh, Gigi007, that is mighty dangerous. I might be ordering them when the weather cools off. What a great gift idea for my siblings, who have fond memories of these. So smooth!

                                                                                              1. re: nofunlatte

                                                                                                I know. I may keep looking to see if they're available in a smaller quantity. I don't trust myself! And ye, it would make a great gift.

                                                                                        3. mmm I love Flake bars.

                                                                                          I'm not much of a sweets eater, but I will say that any peanut butter cup is not safe in my vicinity.

                                                                                          I also love, and have from time to time, Jacob's Club biscuits / bars...the orange variety. And for some reason, when I read this thread, I started thinking about Big Turk.

                                                                                          1. Does anybody remember Seven-Up bars? These were chocolate bars with seven different fillings, including cherry cream. They stopped making them decades ago, but I still crave them. How about Ice Cubes, those little squares of cool, creamy milk chocolate in gold foil wrappers with red & white paper bands. They used to sell those from a glass jar on the counter at 7-11... haven't seen them in YEARS! And another one-- Pot of Gold, a round chocolate patty with a coconutty marshmallowy center. I never see those anymore, either. The ones I crave nowadays are Rochers and Lindt truffles. OMG, could eat those by the truckload!

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                                                                                            1. re: CookieWeasel

                                                                                              Re: ice cube chocolate squares, see my post above. They are available from various sources on the net! Just google "ice cubes" chocolate....

                                                                                              1. re: CookieWeasel

                                                                                                re: seven up bars, I remember a bar that was similar to the Cadbury's Rum and Butter bars, but was called treasure chest, or treasure island or something, each square had a different flavor.

                                                                                                1. re: CookieWeasel

                                                                                                  Wow, that's a flashback CookieWeasel. I can barely remember Seven-Up Bars, but I do remember them. There are a few stores here and there that specialize in the old "penny candy". I was in one last summer in Port Aransas, TX and noticed they had all my old faves including Ice Cubes. I've seen them in other similar places where at least you don't have to buy 120 at a time (although that wouldn't be all bad).

                                                                                                  1. re: cycloneillini

                                                                                                    Penny candy could be its own thread (perhaps it has been)...but sadly, not so much in the chocolate category! I really do remember the penny candy aisle, and walking down the hill from our house to Lineberry's (which is now no longer a mom & pop shop) to buy it. Fun!

                                                                                                    1. re: kattyeyes

                                                                                                      Oh yeah! My mom used to give me a dime after lunch to buy candy - it went a long way at the variety store with 2 for a penny black balls (licorice hard candies with an anise seed in the centers), ditto sour cherries (like a larger round jellybean), black licorice whips, plugs (about the size of 1/2 a 3x5 file card, 1/8 in thick, ridged), cigars, pipes (get rid of the red candy nonpareils representing the flame first) (the licorice in these last having an unusual sort of dense breadish trexture), red lcorice shoestrings and twizzlers, (all these last maybe 2 for 5 cents), sherbet fountains (fruit-flavored acidic powder in shiny paper bags with old-fashioned printing on them, with a thin hollow licorice stick to suck it up through, Pixy Stix, Lik-m-aids (both also sourish powders in fruit flavors, red anything being the best, followed by grape), flying saucers (rice-paper flying saucer shapes filled with multicolored nonpareils) etc. I would love to have the sherbet fountains again, haven't seen them for ages. And is it any wonder I love ouzo and pastis in these latter days of the law?

                                                                                                      1. re: buttertart

                                                                                                        buttertart, you just named some of the best right there, although I also remember what we called "glass" candy, and the little pastel dots on the paper, whatever they were called. Also the koo-koo strips of candy, and the little chocolate discs covered in multicolored nonpareils..we used to call them "jewel drops" for some reason. Growing up, we had actual candy stores in my home town, little mom and pop places filled with jars and jars of stuff.

                                                                                                        Find a place that has British confectionary (the Pete's nearby me sells this stuff), and you'll find your sherbet dips. I've also seen the flying saucers in the stores all over the place.

                                                                                                        1. re: im_nomad

                                                                                                          The candy dots on paper had been a favorite of my mother's girlhood - I was not as fond of them (given the paper that comes off with them when you peel them off). Was the glass candy ribbon-shaped? That was a Christmastime staple at our house. Nonpareils were a more upscale item, available in candy shops like the one at Eaton's department store (they also had candied ginger in chocolate, something I hated as a kid but love now). Another type I did love were jujubes - especially the red and (here we go again) the black ones.

                                                                                                        2. re: buttertart

                                                                                                          Funny- I, as well, am and always have been a huge licorce fan--and I drink Jagermeister.

                                                                                                          1. re: schrutefarms

                                                                                                            I've never tried it, is it licorice-flavored?

                                                                                                            1. re: buttertart

                                                                                                              Jager tastes like licorice-flavored cough syrup. have you ever had Sambuca? similar, but harsher IIRC (it's been many years, for good reason!)

                                                                                                              1. re: goodhealthgourmet

                                                                                                                Have you also suffered the effects of WAY too much Sambuca?
                                                                                                                I hurt just thinking of it!

                                                                                                                1. re: NellyNel

                                                                                                                  the last time i had Sambuca was in 1996. i was out with some girlfriends in Buckhead/Atlanta, and we ended up partying with some of the Atlanta Braves. back in those days, when Javy Lopez and Dave Justice bought you shots, you did 'em, no matter how wasted you already were!


                                                                                                  2. Charleston Chew...preferably vanilla and preferably frozen. YUM!!

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                                                                                                      1. re: mom22tots

                                                                                                        sometimes vanilla, sometimes chocolate...even strawberry on occasion. but NEVER blueberry (ick!). and more often than not, frozen.

                                                                                                        1. re: goodhealthgourmet

                                                                                                          Yes!! Never tried the blueberry...but it does not appeal.

                                                                                                            1. re: Ciao Italia Foodie

                                                                                                              total error on my part, i had berry on the brain. i meant Banana, which was introduced sometime in the 80's but discontinued. as much as i love the combination of chocolate & banana, a banana CC was just *wrong* somehow.

                                                                                                        2. re: mom22tots

                                                                                                          used to get one of those every time we went to the movies as kids. and yep, they'd go into the freezer at some point !

                                                                                                        3. And does anyone remember Sky Bars? Haven't had one in years, but they were bars with different sections enclosed in chocolate...marshmallow, peanut butter, caramel and I think fudge. Used to trade pieces with my sister!!

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                                                                                                          1. re: mom22tots

                                                                                                            That sounds a lot like the Seven-Up bars that I remember!

                                                                                                          2. After Eight Mints.
                                                                                                            Cadbury's Milk Tray bars
                                                                                                            Fry's Boys
                                                                                                            Walnut whip

                                                                                                              1. Take 5 bars, love the preztel-chocolate combo. Frozen is da bomb.

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                                                                                                                1. re: HillJ

                                                                                                                  Is that what Take 5 is? If you like that combo, melt some dark Callebaut (or whatever your favorite chocolate is) and dip some Pretzel Thins. Wow-wowee! I already posted this on the Pretzel Crisps thread, but since you brought it up...

                                                                                                                  1. re: kattyeyes

                                                                                                                    There's some caramel in their too but it's delicious. I've tried making homemade Take 5's for the family but it's just not the same.

                                                                                                                    Althou I have made a chocolate caramel cheese cake with a crushed pretzel crust and that was sinfully good.

                                                                                                                    1. re: HillJ

                                                                                                                      Having never had a Take 5, I can't say one way or the other, but try making them with Pretzel Thins. I totally love my chocolate dipped ones and no reason you couldn't add caramel. Yummy!

                                                                                                                      I am filing the crushed pretzel crust idea for a later date. Thank you! :)

                                                                                                                      1. re: kattyeyes

                                                                                                                        kattye-my daughter is going to give your suggestion a try on Saturday. We'll let you know.

                                                                                                                        1. re: kattyeyes

                                                                                                                          Last night my daughter and a few friends made a Take 5 fondue. Using your idea with Pretzel thins, a pot of dark chocolate and a pot of caramel..then they dipped into crushed peanuts. NOT BAD :)

                                                                                                                  2. Ms Keg, "Every once in a while, I get a hankering for a Heath Bar".

                                                                                                                    1. I know this has nothing to do with candy bars but does anyone remember yucatan gum

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                                                                                                                      1. re: wineman3

                                                                                                                        I don't, but how 'bout Addams Wild Strawberry? I can taste it in my mind. Yummmmmmmmmy! I loved being a kid in the 70s!

                                                                                                                      2. Twix and Reese's PB cups are the ones I'm most likely to pluck off the shelf.

                                                                                                                        1. I used to take Flake bars and use them to stir my hot chocolate in the winter. They would just melt into the drink....decadence in a cold canadian winter.

                                                                                                                          1. When I was a child in the 70's one of the companies had a wintergreen patty. I think it might have been Pearson's. Just like a peppermint pattie but wintergreen in the center. They were fabulous.

                                                                                                                            1. I confess! This thread made me obsessed with Charleston Chews. I could only find the movie boxes of the mini-Charleston Chews (CVS and Giant have them). They're good, but not the same as the regular size ones! Anyone know a place in DC where you can get the regular size ones (Vanilla!)?

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                                                                                                                              1. re: Gigi007

                                                                                                                                Try posting this query on your local board. I bet alkapal can help you! :)

                                                                                                                                1. re: kattyeyes

                                                                                                                                  Thanks, kattyeyes. Alkapal is a great CH.

                                                                                                                                2. re: Gigi007

                                                                                                                                  Gigi, do you have Pathmark in DC? i just saw a big display of the full-size ones at a store here in Jersey the other day...of course it immediately made me think of this thread :)

                                                                                                                                  1. re: goodhealthgourmet

                                                                                                                                    Unfortunately we don't have Pathmark here, goodhealthgourmet, but maybe I can twist the arm of a friend in Long Island do get me some now that you mention it.

                                                                                                                                    Another confession, I bought a LARGE box of Milk Duds and and another one of MALTED MILK BALLS. So much for dieting...

                                                                                                                                    1. re: Gigi007

                                                                                                                                      ok, then do you have A&P? they're now owned by the same company so it could be worth a look...

                                                                                                                                3. Idaho Spud, Texan Bar, and to cover the smell of cigarettes... sen-sen.

                                                                                                                                  1. They were called Hollywood or Hollywoodland candy bars.
                                                                                                                                    Very very dark chocolate coated, a bit bigger or longer and wider than a snickers, a light sticky nouget inside, very simple, but simply delicious.

                                                                                                                                    At Peggy Sue's Diner in Barstow California, they have [anyone remember? > ] "Flicks" from the movies? Foil wrapped in round wrappers little round discs of chocolate...

                                                                                                                                    1. Mmmmm!


                                                                                                                                      Milky Bar


                                                                                                                                      and of course, I'm always up for a Kit Kat!

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                                                                                                                                      1. re: Breadcrumbs

                                                                                                                                        Pearsons chocolate covered salted nut roll. Hard to find, havent' seen any it in a couple of years. I used to get them at Home Depot or Lowes or Meynards, I forget which.

                                                                                                                                        Also Ice Cubes. They're chocolate with ground hazel nut. They come & go in inpulse item tubs at the counter in convenience stores.