We sold the Cherry Mash(along with many mentioned here) in our family store for $0.10. It was soooo sweet that it made your teeth hurt......still does just thinking about it!!!
^^Another vote for Clark bars. The company that made them was bought out last year or year before. Not sure if they've been brought back to market. My second choice; Zero bars, which can be hard to find.
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Chunky and Charleston Chew, haven't seen them in years though they are still made.
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Exactly the two I was going to post! Found them on Amazon, but likely won't order them.
We always kept the Charleston Chews in the freezer so they'd last longer.
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Twin Bing bars.
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Lindt 95% Cocoa EXCELLENCE Bar (2.8 oz)
for some reason 95% is hard to find. i see 90 and 85 a lot. the higher the cocoa content = less sugar. i eat them by the square to better count the carbs.
85% - 9g net per serving (4 squares) = 2.25g net per square
90% - 4g net per serving (3 squares) = 1.30g net per square
95% - 3g net per serving (4 pieces _) = 0.75g net per square
The candy bar your speaking of wouldn’t be Kathryn Bike ? MG
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My favorite, too. Can't eat them anymore so they just mock me silently while I pay the bill at Cracker Barrel.
Thanks for the reminder. We kept them in the freezer too.
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It's the law.
Mallomar cookies. Can't find them out here in the PNW.
Cherry Mash. Finally found them online.
I used to love Charleston Chew candy bars. You can get the small ones in a box but they don't taste the same as I remember. I also liked the Reggie Bar.
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hell of it
Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
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Hell yes. Just had one for the first time a few months ago and now I am eating the shit out of a box as I type this.
Also, frozen Kit Kat dipped in a Wendy's Frosty. You are welcome.
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Well, they are going to make them again in Pennsylvania, it seems. I hope they are the same as they were before the sellout.
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When I was a kid, one of my aunts returned from a trip to China with a present for our family: Chinese “candy”. It was individually wrapped pieces of meat preserved in lemon juice. Very tasty and very unusual – I’ve never seen it offered for sale in the US. I just checked Amazon – not there either. Maybe I didn’t use the right search string.
I did find this though:
Edible Insects Bag of Mixed Edible Bugs. Grasshoppers, Crickets, Silk Worms and Sago Worms.
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Looking up some of these I stumbled across Powerhouse candy bar by PeterPaul. I can't recall what these even tasted like. I want to say like Baby Ruth but that may be just because the package was similar.
Anyone recall Powerhouse?
I loved Zero candy bars years ago, but I think I ate one too many. All I know is at some point in my childhood I decided I didn't want one again.
Is that a joke?
I used to buy German-made Rittersport in Rum Raisin Hazelnut flavor regularly, but I think it was discontinued in my area due to the rum content.
Violet Crumble is good if you like chocolate covered honeycomb.
I also recommend Nestle Aero bars, especially mint Aero. I think they are easier to find if you live near the Canadian border.
If you get the chance, try green tea Kit-Kat, but I think it's only made for the Asian market.
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