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American Candy Bucket List: 91 Best Ones to Eat

Do you have the ultimate sweet tooth and want to try ALL of the best American candy you can? If so, you’re in luck! Some of the names on this list will be a complete surprise, whereas others will be nostalgic. Will you dare to try them all?

Even though I travel the world tasting popular sugary treats, the ones on this list have a special place in my heart.

Why not combine your candy eating efforts with our American Food Bucket List that includes mostly savory dishes?

American Candy Bucket List: Names of the Best Sweet Candies to Eat!

American Candy Bucket List: Names of the Best Sweet Candies to Eat!


1. 100 Grand

The 100 Grand Candy Bar is a chewy bar that tastes like caramel, milk chocolate and crisped rice. The story says that it originated when someone challenged a candy creator to make something as luxurious as money. After many attempts, they settled on the concept of worth being referred to in terms of “dollars” instead of cents!

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2. 3 Musketeers

The 3 Musketeers American candy bar is an ideal treat for those of us who can’t decide between a chocolate or a nougat filling because it contains both in every bar. For over 80 years ‘3 Musketeers’ has been delivering smiles; each bar brimming with fluffy whipped nougat and creamy milk chocolate, representing all that is great about the nation’s favorite confectionary.

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3. 5th Avenue

“5th Avenue”  is the perfect combination of peanuts and caramel, it’s no wonder why this candy bar has been around since the 1930s! It first popped up as a Hershey product, and quickly became popular because of its unique flavor.

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4. Air Heads

Air Heads is sweet and chewy candy that’s been around since 1985 and still going strong! It’s the perfect balance of sweet, tart, and tangy. Air Heads come in a variety of flavors, but all have that chewy texture you know and love.

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5. Almond Joy

Almond Joy is a delicious chocolate bar that makes your taste buds dance, because it’s got almonds and coconuts tucked into its milk chocolate sweetness.

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6. Andes Mints

Andes Mints is known for its iconic green wrapper and melt-in-your-mouth chocolatey mint flavor. They were invented in 1950, and the recipe has remained unchanged ever since.

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7. Atomic Fireball

Atomic Fireball candy is not just a candy, it’s a fiery explosion of flavor in your mouth! The intense heat and bold cinnamon taste will satisfy any lover of spicy treats. Made by Ferrara Candy Company, a subsidiary of Ferrero, it’s a classic candy that will never fail to satisfy your cravings for something spicy and sweet.

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8. Baby Ruth

Baby Ruth is a brand of candy bar that was first created in 1921 by the Curtiss Candy Company. The bar is made of peanuts, rich creamy caramel, and chewy nougat, all covered in a layer of smooth milk chocolate. The candy bar is named after President Grover Cleveland’s daughter, Ruth Cleveland, and not the baseball player Babe Ruth as it is often thought. The candy bar is still being produced and sold today and it is considered one of America’s classic candy bars. With over nine decades of delighting taste buds, Baby Ruth isn’t going away anytime soon.

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9. Bit o Honey

Imagine a chewy and gooey honey flavored taffy infused with crunchy bits of almond that tantalize your taste buds with every bite—that’s Bit-O-Honey. The American candy is a perfect blend of texture, the smoothness of the taffy against the crunch of the almond bits creates an explosion of flavors in your mouth that will keep you hooked. It’s a classic candy that’s been around since 1924 and has stood the test of time.

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10. Blow Pops

Blow Pops are a type of lollipop that has a hard candy outer shell and a soft, chewy bubble gum center. The candy was first introduced by the Charms Candy Company in the 1970s and it’s still being produced today. It comes in a variety of flavors, including cherry, grape, apple, and strawberry.

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11. Boston Baked Beans

Boston Baked Beans candies by Ferrara Candy Company are not just a candy, but an explosion of flavor in your mouth! Imagine biting into a small, perfectly shaped cylindrical candy, covered in a red, sweet and tangy, slightly spicy chocolate coating that’s packed with a delicious, savory, and sweet peanut flavor.

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12. Butterfinger

Butterfinger’s are made with a unique recipe that includes a crispy, peanut butter-flavored center that is coated in a layer of chocolate. The candy bar is known for its distinct, flaky texture and its combination of sweet and savory flavors. The candy bar is made by Nestle, and it’s considered one of America’s classic candy bars.

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13. Cadbury Egg

If you can imagine biting into a smooth and creamy chocolate egg, filled with a velvety, rich and sweet fondant center that will make your mouth water, then you’ve got yourself a Cadbury Egg.

The candy is made by Cadbury, the British multinational confectionery company, known for their high-quality chocolate. Cadbury Eggs are typically available during the Easter season and it’s a classic Easter treat that you don’t want to miss out on. With different variations like classic milk chocolate, dark chocolate, and white chocolate, these eggs have something for everyone.

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14. Candy Corn

Candy Corn is shaped and colored to resemble the traditional corn kernel. It is tri-colored with a yellow base, orange middle, and white tip. The candy is made primarily of sugar, corn syrup, and other ingredients. It was first created in the late 19th century by the Wunderle Candy Company and it’s still being produced today by various manufacturers. It’s considered a classic Halloween treat and is widely available during the Halloween season—(eating some is actually on our Halloween Bucket List!).

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15. Caramello

Cadbury Caramello is like a dream come true for chocolate and caramel lovers! It is a bar of creamy, smooth, and gooey caramel that’s encased in a layer of delicious milk chocolate. Each bite is a symphony of flavors with the sweetness of the chocolate and the rich creaminess of the caramel.

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16. Charleston Chew

Charleston Chew is a type of candy bar that was first created in 1922 by the Fox-Cross Company. The bar is made of chewy nougat on the inside, and covered with chocolate on the outside. They come in three different flavors: chocolate, vanilla or strawberry.

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17. Cherry Sours

Cherry Sours are the perfect treat for those who love a little sour with their sweet! These little candies pack a big punch of flavor, with their sour sugar coating and delicious cherry taste. 

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18. Chick-o-Stick

Chick-o-Stick is a type of candy that was first created in the 1930s by the Atkinson Candy Company. The candy is made of a combination of peanut butter and toasted coconut, which is then formed into a stick shape and coated in a layer of chocolate. The candy is known for its unique crunchy texture of the coconut and the creamy texture of the peanut butter.

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19. Chunky

Chunky is a brand of chocolate bar that is made by Nestle. It  is known for its unique shape and large chunks of peanuts, raisins or other nuts that are mixed in the chocolate. The bar was first introduced in the 1940s and it’s still being produced and sold today.

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20. Clark Bar

The Clark Bar was first created by David L. Clark in 1917 and it’s been a favorite among candy lovers for over a century. The bar’s unique texture and taste make it a perfect treat for those who love the combination of sweet chocolate and savory peanut butter.

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21. Crunch 

Crunch is the perfect treat for any American candy lover! Made with creamy, smooth milk chocolate and crunchy crisps, it’s the perfect blend of sweet and savory. This unique flavor combination gives Crunch a distinct flavor that’s hard to find in other candy bars. Not only is it originally made in the United States, but it’s also gluten-free! Any fan of simple yet delicious chocolates should give Crunch a try – you won’t be disappointed.

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22. Dots

“Dots” are sugar coated candies that come in small round shapes attached to paper—you just have to pop them off!

They come in many delicious flavors, like cherry, orange and lime. Each has its own unique tarty-sweetness that makes them perfect for anyone looking for a different flavor combination than what most other classic American candy bars on this list offer.

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23. Dove Bar

You can find the Dove Bar in many different flavors, from rich dark chocolate and crunchy cookies to creamy caramel and sweet cream.

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24. Fun Dip

Fun Dip is the perfect way to bring back a bit of childhood nostalgia. It is a sugary treat that comes with little flavored sugar crystals and an accompanying stick to dip the sugar crystals into.

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25. Ghirardelli

Ghiradelli is named after its founder, Domingo Ghirardelli, who opened his first chocolate shop in San Francisco. Ghirardelli specializes in high quality and luxury chocolate snacks such as dark and milk chocolates bars often containing nuts, caramel or marshmallow centers, fudge sauces and chocolates with sea salt. They are also known for their signature jars of hot fudge sauce which can be used to top desserts or eat straight from the jar!

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26. Jawbreakers

Jawbreaker is a classic hard sugar candy that comes in many flavors and is usually round. Because they are so large and hard, it can take someone a while to finish one; this makes it a great sucking candy. 

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27. Goldenberg Peanut Chews

Goldenberg Peanut Chews is a  chewy chocolatey peanut treat that has been around for over a hundred years, since 1917. The chewiness comes from mixing molasses with the nuts and covering it in dark or milk chocolate.

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28. Goo Goo Cluster

Have you ever heard of a “Goo Goo Cluster”? It’s an iconic  candy that’s been around since 1912! But what makes a Goo Goo Cluster a Goo Goo Cluster? As you may have probably guessed from the name, it is a cluster of several types of candy into one: marshmallow nougat, caramel, and roasted peanuts covered in milk chocolate.

Eating one was on my Nashville Bucket List! And checked off quite a few times.

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29. Goobers

Goobers are made of melt-in-your-mouth milk chocolate covering a fresh roasted peanut—this delicious treat is the perfect combination of salty and sweet. 

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30. Good & Plenty

Good & Plenty is an iconic  candy that has been around since 1893 and is believed to be the oldest candy brand in the United States! This classic treat consists of pink and white licorice-covered capsules. 

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Good And Plenty

31. Gushers

Gushers are in the shape of a fruit and have a soft, chewy texture. They are known for their unique “juice-bursting” center, which is a liquid-filled pocket in the middle of the candy. 

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32. Heath

A Heath bar is a toffee-covered candy bar with almonds and milk chocolate is a favorite in many households. You can enjoy it by itself, or use it in cakes and other desserts to add a crunchy texture and nutty flavor. 

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33. Hershey’s Bar

The Hershey’s Bar  was first manufactured by Milton Hershey in 1900 and still enjoyed to this day. It’s simplicity might be what makes it so popular and a favorite for makers of S;mores, it’s made from Hershey’s milk chocolate.

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34. Hershey’s Kisses

Hershey’s Kisses are trusty little chocolate morsels that have been around for over a century, having been first manufactured by The Hershey Company. The chocolates come in a range of flavors including Milk Chocolate, Dark Chocolate, Extra Creamy White Chocolates, Filled Chocolates and even Cookies ‘N’ Crème! Wrapped up in their many wrappers bearing the classic “KISSES” logo, they make an ideal treat for holidays like Valentine’s Day

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35. Hot Tamales

Hot Tamales are chewy cinnamon capsules that pack a powerful punch. With its burst of spiciness, they have become one of the most beloved  candies of all time. 

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36. Hubba Bubba

Hubba Bubba is a classic bubble gum that is a sweet treat that offers a flavor explosion of juicy fruit and sugary happiness in every chewy bite. Packaged as single sticks of gum, Hubba Bubba bursts with long-lasting taste that will bring you back to those childhood days spent playing outside and blowing bubbles. 

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37. Jolly Rancher Hard Candy

Jolly Rancher is a popular hard candy that comes in a variety of delicious flavors, like green apple, watermelon and blue raspberry.

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Jolly Rancher Hard Candy

38. Jujyfruits

Jujyfruits are chewy, jelly-like sweets packed with fruity flavors such as raspberry, cherry and licorice. All of these flavors combine to make an experience that’s sweet and sour, crunchy and chewy. 

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39. Junior Mints

Junior Mints combination of rich chocolate and creamy minty center is loved by millions! It is one of the top choices for movie-goers all over America! 

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40. Kit Kat

Kit Kats feature layers of crunchy wafer that are coated with a rich milk chocolate outer layer. What makes it even better is that you can break off one of the four bars for your snack time cravings. 

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41. Laffy Taffy

Laffy Taffy is a tangy American candy that’s been around since the 1970s. This chewy, fruity snack comes in a variety of flavors and sizes, including bites, mini and regular bars. 

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42. Lemonhead Candy

With its tart lemon flavor, Lemonhead Candy has become a much-loved favorite among kids and adults alike. The small, bite-sized treats have even earned the nickname “The Original Fiercely Sour Candy”! As an added bonus, these zesty little snacks come in a variety of flavors, from sweet and sour cherry to tangy and tart watermelon. 

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43. Lifesavers

The original Lifesavers are a timeless classic! These little hard ring-shape treats come in a variety of flavors such as grape, watermelon, raspberry and more. Now, they’ve also got “Lifesavers Gummies” where you can get your favorite flavor in gummy form. 

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44. M&Ms

M&M’s might be one of the most well known chocolates on this American Candy Bucket List. The classic version is a semi-sweet chocolate sphere with a crunchy candy shell, but now there are plenty of other versions too. You can choose from almond, peanut butter and even chocolate mint.

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45. Mars Bar

Mars Bar is a chocolate bar filled with nougat, roasted almonds, and caramel. The bar was invented in 1932 in Slough, England and quickly gained a huge fan base due to its delicious and indulgent taste. Since then, it has been exported to dozens of countries around the world and a version in now made in the United States! 

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46. Mike and Ike

Mike and Ike was first invented in the 1940s as a fruity-flavored chewy candy. While they come in various flavors today, you must try the original: cherry, lemon, lime, orange and strawberry.

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47. Milk Duds

For over 90 years, Milk Duds have kept generations coming back for more. They contain a creamy caramel center covered in a thick chocolate shell that just melts in your mouth. Its combination of sweetness and richness that makes these addictive treats a staple of movie theaters and candy shops everywhere. 

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48. Milky Way

A Milky Way is a smooth, creamy milk chocolate bar that gets its delightful flavor from the sweet nougat and caramel filling inside. This American crowd-pleasing candy has been around since 1923, and continues to spread joy to chocolaty snackers all across the U.S. 

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Milky Way

49. Mounds

Mounds is made of milk chocolate and coconut goodness—two of the best flavor combinations out there in my opinion. This candy bar was created by Peter Paul Co. in 1920 and has been delighting taste buds ever since. 

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50. Mr. Goodbar

Mr. Goodbar is a classic American candy bar that has been around since 1925. It’s an old-fashioned treat made of crunchy peanut butter centers dipped in creamy milk chocolate. 

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51. Nerds

Nerds consist of crunchy, small morsels of crystallized sugar. They come in several flavors and come packaged in a box that is split up into two separate sides. Each side contains different flavors, including grape, strawberry, lemonade and orange, among many others. Despite their small size, they are incredibly flavorful and great to satisfy your sweet tooth cravings! It’s also fun to mix the two sides together for an unexpected flavor combo every time you pull out a handful of Nerds. 

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52. Now and Later

Now and Later candy is a chewy, taffy-like confection that comes in dozens of different flavors. Some of the most popular are blue raspberry, cherry and watermelon.

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53. Oh Henry!

Oh Henry! is a candy bar that has been around since 1920. It consists of peanuts, caramel and chocolate all sandwiched between a light wafer. 

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54. PayDay

PayDay candy bars are an  institution! Since 1932, these chewy peanut and caramel treats have been bringing deliciousness to countless homes, offices, and parties. Combining crunchy salted peanuts that are surrounded by sweet smooth caramel—all atop a delicious nougat core—it’s no surprise why. 

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55. PEZ

PEZ is a brand of candy that is dispensed from a plastic rectangle container with a flip top. The fun part is there’s over 500 different dispenser heads! The brand was first introduced in Austria in 1927 and it was intended as an alternative to smoking. PEZ dispensers were first marketed as a novelty item in the United States in the 1950s, and they quickly became popular with children.

The candy itself is small, rectangular-shaped, and comes in a variety of flavors.

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56. Pop Rocks

Pop Rocks is a candy that has been a favorite since its introduction in 1976. It’s a fun, tingly treat like no other, because each crystal-shaped piece of candy is made of sugar and contains small bubbles of carbon dioxide gas—it’s the same type of carbonation used to make soda bubbly! When you eat Pop Rocks, it’ll make your mouth tingle and pop with each bite, plus it makes fun sound effects which is part of the experience. 

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57. Raisinets

Raisinets are a brand of candy made by Nestle that consist of small, chocolate-covered raisins. The raisins are coated in a layer of milk chocolate or dark chocolate. They have been marketed as a sweet treat that also provides the benefits of fruit, such as the raisins being a source of natural antioxidants and vitamins. They were first introduced in the 1920s and they are still being sold today. 

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58. Razzles

Razzles were first introduced in the 1960s and were marketed as a “candy that changes to gum.” When placed in the mouth, the candy dissolves and turns into a chewing gum! These round disc-shaped candies come in a variety of flavors, like Blaze’n Blueberry, Razzle Raspberry and Kiwi-Lime!

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59. Red Hots

Red Hots are bright red, cylinder-shaped, cinnamon-flavored candies. They have a crunchy outside with a chewy center and pack a spicy punch when you bite into them! They were first introduced in the 1930s and are still popular today as a sweet treat and also as a breath freshener.

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60. Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups

Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups is a delicious combination of milk chocolate and creamy peanut butter in perfect harmony and it’s one of the most beloved treats on this American Candy list. Try making s’mores with them! 

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Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups

61. Reese’s Pieces

Similar in shape to M&M’s, Reese’s Pieces is covered with a crunchy shell, but it is filled with peanut butter.

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62. Reese’s Take 5

Reese’s Take 5 is a five-layer delight that combines something for everyone: salted pretzels, peanut butter, caramel, peanuts and creamy milk chocolate. 

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63. Ring Pop

A Ring Pop is just what it sounds like—a wearable plastic ring with a colorful candy in the shape of an oversized jewel. These sucking candies come in a variety of fruity flavors and make for a cute Valentine’s Day gift!

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64. Rocky Road Candy Bar

A Rocky Road candy bar is typically made with a combination of chocolate, marshmallows, and crunchy cashews. 

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65. Rolo

Rolo’s are small, cylindrical pieces of smooth, creamy, chewy toffee that is wrapped in a thin layer of milk chocolate. The candy was first introduced in the United Kingdom in the 1930s and it became popular worldwide. They are often sold in small, paper-wrapped tubes or in larger, resealable plastic pouches. 

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66. Skittles

Skittles is an extremely popular candy. This tasty treat consists of different flavors of tangy, fruit-flavored chewy candy pieces in a rainbow of colors. Skittles were initially sold in Britain before being brought to the US where they quickly gained a loyal following due to their deliciousness. The irresistible combination of sweet and sour makes Skittles one of the most beloved brands of candy by people of all ages. 

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67. Skor

Skor is a brand of candy bar that is made with a combination of toffee and chocolate. The candy bar typically consists of a thin layer of toffee that is covered in milk chocolate. The toffee is made with butter, sugar, and almonds, which gives it a rich, creamy, and crunchy texture. Skor candy bars were first introduced in the United States in the 1980s by Hershey’s.

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68. Skybar

Skybar Candy is made up of five sections, each filled with a unique combination of flavors, including caramel, vanilla nougat, peanut butter, and fudge. All these delicious layers are covered in a layer of decadent milk chocolate for your enjoyment. 

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69. Slo Poke

Slo Poke is a chewy caramel lollipop that was first introduced in the 1920s. The candy is shaped like a small, elongated cylinder and is sold in a paper wrapper. The name “Slo Poke” refers to the slow, easy-going nature of the candy, which is meant to be savored and enjoyed over a longer period of time than a typical hard candy. 

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70. Smarties

Smarties are small, round, hard candies that are made in the form of a tablet. They come in a variety of colors, and are usually sold in rolls wrapped in a bright, colorful foil. The candies are made with sugar, corn syrup, and natural and artificial flavors. Smarties candies are similar to another brand of candies named M&M’s. The difference is that Smarties are tangy/sour candies and M&M’s are chocolate candies. Smarties were first introduced in the 1940s and are still popular today.

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71. Snickers

Snickers is the perfect combination of crunchy peanuts, caramel, and creamy milk chocolate. It was first introduced in 1930 and has since been enjoyed by millions around the world. You can even find the delicious treat in your favorite milkshake or smoothie nowadays!

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72. Sno-Caps

Sno-caps are small, round, dark chocolate candies that are covered in white nonpareils. They are sold in small, paper-wrapped boxes or in bulk. The nonpareils give the candy a snowy, “capped” appearance, which is where the name “Sno-caps” comes from. 

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73. Sour Patch Kids

Sour Patch Kids are a tart and sweet treat that have been delighting sweet-tooths around the world since its inception in the early 70’s. As an iconic gummy-based snack, Sour Patch Kids have gone on to inspire generations of confectionery creations. 

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74. Spree

For those who get a craving for some sugary goodness, Spree Candy is just the ticket. Spree is a classic treat first debuted in the 1960s and is still as beloved today as ever. The bite-sized, round candies are covered with colorful fizzy sugar crystals and come in four delicious flavors – citrus, grape, cherry and lime. 

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75. Starburst

Starburst Candy is a sugar-packed delight that dates back to 1960 and it has been crowd-pleasing favorites ever since. One unique feature of Starburst is its chewy texture—it’s a little more tender than crushable and hard candies. There are many varieties to choose from as well, such as Original Fruit and FaveReds flavors, making this one of the most popular among fruity sweets. 

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76. Sugar Babies

Sugar Babies have been tantalizing taste buds since 1935 and are made with just three simple ingredients – caramel, peanut butter and rich milk chocolate. 

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77. Swedish Fish

Swedish Fish was originally created in Sweden and launched in the U.S. in the 1950s, it quickly gained traction as a popular treat among kids and adults alike. It has a unique shape resembling a fish (hence the name) and comes in an array of flavors including cherry, orange, grapefruit, raspberry, tropical fruit punch, and more! 

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78. SweeTarts

SweeTarts is a confectionery treat that has been around since 1962. It’s a chewy and tart candy that is often recognized by its bright colors. They come in a variety of shapes, such as their classic round discs, along with “gummies” and even chewier versions.

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79. Tootsie Pop

A Tootsie Pop is a hard-shelled lollipop with a chewy tootsie roll center, creating a unique and deliciously sweet combination. 

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80. Tootsie Rolls

Tootsie Rolls are an iconic  candy – if someone mentions them, chances are you can picture the chocolatey chewy treat. Tootsie Rolls were manufactured in the US in 1907 as a chocolate flavored penny candy, in other words, a sweet that only cost one cent! Over the years they’ve become a classic candy, adding to their timeless appeal. 

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81. Turtles

Turtles candies are decadent treats made of chocolate, caramel and pecans halves. When all these ingredients come together, it looks like the shell of a turtle—hence the name.

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82. Twix

Twix is a candy bar that was created by Mars, Incorporated. It consists of two crunchy, buttery biscuit fingers covered in a rich layer of golden caramel, all coated with chocolate. Enjoying a Twix is like having a combination of foods: the texture of a biscuit, the sweetness of caramel, and the unmistakable heavenly taste of the chocolate coating. Even better – it’s pre-portioned into two finger bars small enough to eat as snacks or bite-sized treats.

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83. Twizzlers

Twizzlers are a popular licorice-flavored treat made with wheat flour, corn syrup, and natural flavors. Many different varieties of Twizzlers have been released over the years – from classics like Strawberry and Cherry to intriguing combinations like Chocolate & Caramel with Sea Salt or even Rainbow. 

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84. Valomilk

Valomilk has a creamy, marshmallow filling that oozes out of a delicious dark chocolate coating. This deliciously melty-gooey concoction has been delighting taste buds since the 1930s and has made its way into people’s hearts worldwide. 

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85. Warheads

Warheads are an extremely sour hard candy that will make your taste buds scream! Each candy contains a combination of citric acid and malic acid, which gives it such an awesome tangy blast. 

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86. Werther’s Original

Werther’s Original is a unique confection that has been a favorite of many sweet tooth aficionados.. With its creamy, caramel center and a variety of flavors like sea salt, vanilla creme, and coffee creme, Werther’s Original offers something for everyone. 

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87. Whatchamacallit

Have you ever heard of Whatchamacallit candy? If not, it’s a rectangular-shaped bar made up of layer upon layer of crunchy peanut flavor, creamy caramel and smooth milk chocolate. 

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88. Whoppers

The original Malteser Whopper, introduced in 1949, is a spherical chocolate covered candy with a crispy malt center. Over the years, this classic treat has expanded to include the likes of Chocolate Covered Peanut Butter Whoppers and Malted Milk Whoppers. They make great additions to any movie night or can be used as a fun inclusion in lunchboxes as well. 

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89. Wunderbar

Wunderbar is made with a combination of creamy peanut butter and rich chocolate. The candy bar is composed of a layer of peanut butter that is covered in a layer of milk chocolate. They are made by Nestle and are particularly popular in Canada. The Wunderbar candy was first introduced in the 1970s and is still being produced and sold today. 

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90. York Peppermint Patty

York Peppermint Patties have been around since the 1940s, and during that time they’ve become one of the most popular candies. Each patty consists of a creamy dark chocolate center covered in a thin minty shell, making them a wonderfully refreshing snack anytime you want something sweet. They’re also incredibly versatile and make the perfect addition to desserts or even just an after-dinner treat. 

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York Peppermint Patty

91. Zero Candy Bar

The Zero candy bar is made with a combination of creamy peanut butter, caramel, almond nougat and then covered in a white chocolate fudge. The Zero candy bar was first introduced in 1920 by the James O. Welch company, but it was acquired by the Nestle company in 1984

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Which candy names from this American candy list will make your bucket list? Candy is without a doubt one of the best indulgences, enjoyed by people of all ages. Whether it be chocolates, gummies or favors like licorice and Necco Wafers, Candy is a delicious treat that never gets old. While the names of some of these candies may have been around for years companies are always creating revolutionary new confections just waiting to be tried.

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