You know what I could really go for right now? A stale melted Jolly Rancher sandwich. How about you guys?
It’s been over a month since the last time we posted a deal on Haribo Gold Bears, so you’ve finished your last bag and you’re ready for a resupply, Amazon’s marked it back down to $10 with Subscribe & Save, or $11 with standard shipping.
Whether you celebrate Easter, or just really love candy, today’s Amazon Gold Box will put you in a sugar coma.
Update: Now down to $10!
The internet is abuzz with the news that, come July, Reese’s is putting out Peanut Butter Cups with tiny Reese’s Pieces inside. Corn-looking yellow candy piece aside, this doesn’t seem like that great of an idea.
This fall M&Ms is adding one of three new peanut flavors to its lineup. Much like the presidential race, they’re asking folks to eat each one and vote for which tastes best. Which one gets my vote?
Easter has passed and the bunny has come and gone, but the candy remains. You may have some leftovers, or you may—in your infinite wisdom—have hit up the clearance aisle to stock up on peanut butter eggs and hollow chocolate rabbits. Either way, here are some of the most delicious things you can do with your sweet…
When I was a child, Peeps were Daylight Saving for my soul. As the days grew warmer, the technicolor hues of the marshmallow candy began sprouting on drugstore shelves, the confectionery equivalent of daffodils and tulips.
As snackers around the world prepare for one of the most important holidays of the year—the day after Halloween—Snacktaku celebrates the only flavor combination powerful enough to knock pumpkin spice off the fall charts.
Skittles, sorted by hand? Absolutely unacceptable. The year is 2015 and if someone wants to sort Skittles (or M&Ms) it has to be done with a 3D printed machine, like the one Nathan Peterson built.
What’s it like opening up a box filled with random Japanese snacks and candy every month? Much like this, though probably without nearly as much beard.
If you buy the current love of your life sweets for Valentine's Day that can be purchased in a drug store, you're doing it wrong. See how a real chocolatier feels about the heart-shaped boxes that'll be 75 percent off on February 15.
While Snacktaku tends to focus largely on foods available in the U.S. or Japan, we must never forget that the world is filled with wonderful things to put in our mouths. Things like Jelly Babies, Aero bars and the rest of the British candy showcased in the latest vid from Anglophenia.
Japan Crate is one of a growing number of services that, for a monthly subscription fee, deliver a box filled with Japanese snacks and candy to your front door. This is pretty much everything anyone needs.
There's plenty to mock about the leaders of the dude-food movement—Fieri, Zimmern, the Epic Meal Timers—and their bag-tag army of regular doofs united by pork-themed t-shirts and their exaggerated disdain for small plates and Whole Foods. But we're not here to make fun of their indoor sunglasses or their spicy…
It wouldn't be Easter without candy, and it wouldn't be a Sunday evening at Kotaku without LEGO. Let's kill two sugar-coated marshmallow birds with one Creme Egg.
The company behind Candy Crush Saga has withdrawn their trademark application for 'Candy' in the United States, according to documents they filed with the U.S. Trademark Office yesterday.
When you make a deal with the Candy Cartel, you'd better have the money at the ready. Cause if you don't—if you don't honor the deal—they'll off you like you're a candy-filled piñata. With NERF guns, of course.
Simple yet elegant, seductive while at the same time innocent, the lollipop is one of the true icons of the candy snacking world. It deserves the star treatment, which is exactly what San Francisco-born, Austin-raised candy company Lollyphile delivers.
This weekend I went on a magical flavor journey across the Pacific, to a land where what Americans deem worthy of snackhood is laughably tame. This weekend I tasted 15 different varieties of Japanese Kit Kats, and I am forever changed by the experience.