Looking for a flavor adventure? Want to diversify your tastes and satisfy your sweet tooth? Try some of these sweets and candies from all over the world.
Gingerbread men, candy canes, and other classic Christmas desserts made the cut. Thanks to Utah, so did Jolly Ranchers.
Sugar plums didn't originally contain plums, and their name once doubled as a not-so-sweet euphemism.
Depending on which survey you’re looking at, candy corn is either the best or the worst Halloween candy ever created. Either way, here’s how it came to be.
Helen Pfeil thought some kids were much too old for treats, so she played a nasty trick on them instead.
The practice of trick or treating didn't appear in North America until the 1930s, when kids started emulating front-page criminals and used principles of extortion and racketeering to demand candy—or else.
Target locations around the country will become “Boo Avenues,” a less germy way to celebrate the holiday.
There aren’t any 10-foot strawberries to dip in it, but there is a tasting room at the end of the tour.
The 54-year-old consumed one-and-a-half bags of black licorice a day for weeks before his heart stopped. An ingredient in the treat is to blame.
The small town of Olten was besieged Friday morning by a dusting of cocoa powder, the result of a factory mishap.
Two years after Necco shut its doors for good, Necco Wafers are headed back to your necco’ the woods.
Apparently, many people are hoping the Easter bunny doesn’t bring them any Peeps or Cadbury Creme Eggs.
If you think you can handle the spice, these new pepper-flavored jelly beans may prove to be the perfect challenge for your taste buds.
Chocolates have become the default Valentine’s Day gift, but the treat didn't earn its romantic reputation overnight.
From love spoons to obligatory chocolate-giving, here are some ways people will be celebrating Valentine’s Day around the world this year.
After taking a year off, SweetHearts are back for Valentine’s Day 2020—but most of them are missing their signature conversation starters.
Candy canes and peppermint bark do a lot, but it turns out that mini Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups do the most.
Trick-or-treating for candy on Halloween only became common a few decades ago, but the tradition's roots stretch back to ancient pagan celebrations.
Use this data to triumph over any candy corn sympathizers or Snickers skeptics during your office-wide debate.
The adult novelty item has a surprisingly rich history involving organized crime, food science, and the difficulties in patenting the name "Candypants."
Kale candy canes from Archie McPhee have "the flavor of kale with none of the dietary benefits." Win-win?
Based on this information, trick-or-treaters might want Hot Tamales and candy corn more than you thought.