Jumat, 28 November 2008

Christmas Candy Special - Great Gift Idea For This Christmas

Hi Christmas is coming again next month, pwuhh that's fast huh? So are you doing Christmas shopping lately? Maybe you could consider our candy package for your Christmas gifts.

Christmas - Candy you ate as a kid® 4 lb.- all decades assortment with personalized box top message - $ 34.99

Wax Lips, Fizzies, Slo Pokes, Wax Bottles with flavored syrup, Candy Cigarettes, Necco Wafers, Candy Buttons on paper tape, Sugar Daddies, Mary Janes, Chiclets, Zagnut, Chunky, Abba-Zaba, BB Bats, Sen Sen, Chick-O-Sticks, Teaberry Gum, Kits, Sugar Babies, and many more candies from the 50s, 60s, 70s and 80s... still available after all these years.

Kamis, 27 November 2008

Talk About Butterfinger Loaded With Ice Cream Bar

Butterfinger Candy Bar comes with a beautiful dark yellow wrapper, and there's a small light blue triangle on it. The brandname "Butterfinger" is in blue with a light yellow background, below the Butterfinger brand name there are words, "crispety, crunchety, peanut buttery" printed in small black letters. Under that there is a small red rectangle with a large light yellow letters that say "loaded", this triangle also outlined in a light yellow color, the piece of Butterfinger bar also appear to fly out of the bar in the picture.

What Butterfinger candy bar promises?

Butterfinger candy bar promises to give a crispy and crunchy taste, it also say it will be loaded with the taste of peanut butter, it's also stated on the wrapper that both natural and artificial flavors have been added to the product.

What Butterfinger candy bars offers?

You need to keep them cold so it won't melt because these are ice cream bars, put them in a bag or in a freezer so the bars will be kept fresh, you can see the chocolate coating when you open it, and there are pieces of Butterfinger bar stuck in the coating, you can also find the ice cream inside the candy bar after it being eaten, the picture itselves is quite accurate to describe how the bars actually look like, so the taste is nothing like a cold

Butterfinger candy bar but it's like ice cream but with a Butterfinger bar pieces.

Is Butterfinger finger candy bar worth to buy?

I think that these delicious ice cream bars are worth every penny you spend, you can buy these candy bars for the occasional treat, they can be found in the Nestle freezers at your local video rental places or even gas stations, if the price is less than $2 per bar then it's okay to buy it once a while.

Senin, 24 November 2008

My Best Chocolate Candy Bars

As children we all had our favorite best chocolate bars. For me it was one thing, for my friends another. We all hovered around the same top three best chocolate bars at that time. They were the Snickers, Baby Ruth and the Musketeer chocolate candy bars. Although another favorite of mine was Hershey's milk chocolate almond candy bar.

Man, that was back in the day when we could buy a chocolate candy bar for .35 cents and a soda for .55 cents and still get some penny candy all for under a dollar! I am old, it has finally happened, I am old. But I still like my favorite chocolate candy bars.

The Best Chocolate Candy Bars

1. Snickers Candy Bars

2. Hershey's Candy Bars

3. Baby Ruth Candy Bars

First up is the Snickers bar. This bar is made by the company Mars, Inc. and has existed since 1930. Named for one of the Mars families horses, it has been popular since. It used to be known as Marathon outside the US, but that name was changed to Snickers. Why is this one of the best chocolate bars ever made, well because it is delicious that's why!

Peanuts, nougat, caramel all covered in milk chocolate make this bar have a little bit of everything all in perfect balance. I love the crunchiness of the nuts mixed with the chewy caramel and nougat. The nuts and caramel separate it from the bland and boring Three Musketeers and Milky Way. There are certain times I crave a good chocolate bar, and only a Snickers will do. For that it ranks high on my list of best chocolate bars.

Second on the list is the Hershey chocolate almond bar. This bar is the my favorite Chocolate Bar and the one that is simple but satisfying. The first bar was introduced in 1894 and while variations exist, when one wants a good old fashioned American chocolate bar, Hershey, is the one to enjoy.

Finally, there's the Baby Ruth. A little historical fact floating around is that the Baby Ruth chocolate candy bar was named after Ruth Cleveland, President Cleveland's daughter. Some think it was named after Babe Ruth, but either way it is one of my favorites that I got many cavities eating.

So, this may not be your pick, but they are representations of a time when health and chocolate eating were not on everyone's mind as today. They were meant for a snack, not your main meal. These were the top ones you went for at Halloween too. So, what's your favorite?

Article written by Joseph Young, http://www.chocolatecandylovers.com/

Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Joseph_Young

Jumat, 21 November 2008

Butterfinger Candy Bars Recipe Was Lost

The legendary Butterfinger candy bar was first produced by the Curtiss Candy Company in Chicago, 1923. This delicious candy consists of a crispy orange-colored peanut-buttery center covered with a delicious chocolate coating, if you buy today's Butterfinger candy bar it may not be quite the same as the original candy bar, according to some reports, the first original candy bar was LOST when Nabisco aquired the Curtiss candy company and from that point on, none of the employees claimed to remember how to make the Butterfinger candy bars, so a new recipe is invented to keep the production up and running.

But somehow, Butterfinger candy bars still have its magic touches...

Just hear what this person has to say about Butterfinger taste....

Being a person who loves butterfingers, find it hard to desribe the rich, delicious taste of them. There is sort of a peanut butter taste. You can't forget the smooth milk chocolate. Here are a list of flavors: nutty, chocolately, chewy, carmely, peanut buttery, um, good, DELICIOUS, all around good.

Kamis, 20 November 2008

How To Make Butterfinger Cookies

Butterfinger Cookies

1 3/4 cups all-purpose flour
3/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/4 teaspoon salt
3/4 cup granulated sugar
1/2 cup (1 stick) butter or margarine, softened (we recommend LAND O LAKES® Butter)
1 large egg
1 cup (about three 2.1-ounce bars) coarsely chopped NESTLɮ BUTTERFINGER® Candy Bars

PREHEAT oven to 375°F.

COMBINE flour, baking soda and salt in small bowl. Beat sugar
and butter in large mixer bowl until creamy. Beat in egg;
gradually beat in flour mixture. Stir in Butterfinger pieces.
Drop by slightly rounded tablespoon onto ungreased baking sheets.

BAKE for 10 to 12 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool on
baking sheets for 2 minutes; remove to wire racks to cool completely.

Makes about 2 1/2 dozen cookies

Jumat, 14 November 2008

What They Said About Butterfinger Candy Bars

Butterfingers memories... In the 1940s, my uncle was a Curtiss Candy salesman. He stored his inventory of candy in a playhouse behind his house, which we nickname the "candy store." My fondest memory of visiting him was when he would let us go with him to the "candy store" and pick out a candy bar.

I can still smell the wonderful sweet scent of chocolate, and the Baby Ruth or Butterfinger candy bars he would let us have. Ironically, I did not have any sense of guilt back then when I ate one or two bars. To this day, I still crave a Butterfinger, but always think about the calories. Oh, for the good old days of no guilt! ~ Pat from Texas

From the earliest days that I can remember, I loved Butterfinger. But, some of the reasoning for this may not have to do with eating the candy bars. According to family lore, my grandfather was a commercial artist in the Chicago area in the teens and early twenties. While also taking classes at the Chicago Art Institute, he would take on small contracted jobs to keep food on the table.

One of these small "jobs" was for Curtis Candy to design the artwork for a couple of candy bars. I am sure that the amount of money he made was not enough to retire to an artist's colony, but for me it sure keeps his memory alive every time I purchase a Butterfinger or Baby Ruth.

If anyone has anything resembling Curtis Candy historical archives, it would sure be interesting if my grandfather's name could be found somewhere therein. ~ Mike from Michigan

I remember when I was a lad of ten. I was living in Wisconsin at the time. My family and I were on a road trip to see Ed Geins farmhouse, when all of a sudden a deer darted out in front of our car, and the next thing we know our car is out of commission. My mother was pregnant, and my father didn't want to leave her, so it was up to me to walk to a gas station for help.

When I walked into the store the first thing that caught my eye was Butterfinger. I knew that I couldn't possibly carry the gas all the way back to the car, so I figured someone would come by eventually, so I bought Butterfingers with the money instead. A few hours later I got back to the car, with chocolate on my lips and my breath smelling of peanut butter. I could already tell my father was going to give me quite a licking, but it was completely worth it for those delicious Butterfingers. ~Eric from Pennsylvania

History Behind BabyRuth Candy Bar's Name

BabyRuth Candy bar first came out on the market in 1921, that year hundreds of children sent Mr. Babe Ruth the candy wrappers and ask for his autograph. Because of this marketing rush, Ruth demanded his share of royalties, but unfortunately was turned down in the courts. One year later he tried to run his own brand that called "Ruth's home run candy" and pointed the same manufacturers of Baby Ruth, but again the patent office turned down his product because the new product would cause confusion among candy lovers.

So what's the truth behind this Baby Ruth's name?

Well, based on the inquiry that was sent to Curtiss's main office in Chicago in 1973, they said that the Baby Ruth candy bar was made its initial appearance back in 1921, long before Babe Ruth even became famous and the name itself was just a coincidetal. Baby Ruth actually was named after President Cleveland's daughter, Baby Ruth Cleveland who came to visit the Curtiss company plant years ago when the company was getting started that apparently influenced the company to name the candy bar "Baby Ruth"

Cleveland hadn't been president for nearly a quarter of a century when his daughter was so honored, and Ruth was clearly famous by 1921; in fact, his exploits dominated the front page of every afternoon daily in New York, even overshadowing President Harding and other nationally important figures."

Butterfinger Candy Bars Crisp King Size!

Here's what one of the Butterfinger lovers comment about this delicious and crispy candy bar...

I'm not a fan of butterfingers actually, but like these. They still have the same taste, but are lighter (well as light as these can be) and don't stick to your teeth nearly as bad. It's wafers and the orange "butterfinger" layered together. To be warned though, this is a LOT of candy and the king size bars are way too much for one person to eat. I'm not sure I'll ever reorder because of the size. The product is very good though.

Butterfinger Candy Bars For All The Generations

These days there are a lot of delicious and unique candy bars that are produced by the smallest company to the largest multinational company, but for many years the most famous and sought after candy bar would be the Butterfinger candy bars, time has proven that no one can resists its combination of rich milk chocolate and crunchy peanut butter, and the Butterfinger candy bar has continued to satisfy a young and also old people and I believe it will continue to delight many people for generation to come.

The Butterfinger candy bar consists of 36 candy bars per pack and it's a perfect choise for enjoying at your own home, the Butterfinger candy bar can satisfy even the most demanding sweeth tooh, every candy lover will be satisfied with its delicious peanut butter that coupled with the creamy smooth taste of rich milk chocolate.

Besides enjoying Butterfinger candy bars at your home, you can also put out a bowl or two at your office to satisfy the sweet tooh of your co workers, clients even your bosses, Butterfinger candy bars will be a great and delicious treat for them. Butterfinger is also giving other alternatives for you to enjoy your favorite treats in your own recipes ranging from ice cream, cakes, pies and also cookies, so what are you waiting for? Grab yourself several of this legendary candy bars and see for yourself why Butterfinger candy bar continues to become an icon in this industry.

Kamis, 13 November 2008

The History of Butterfinger Candy Bars

The Butterfinger candy bar was first fabricated by the Curtiss Candy Company of Chicago, Illinois back in 1923. The company held a public contest to pick out the name of the candy dress. The name is a slang term used to describe a clumsy person, often in sporting events to describe an athlete who can’t hold onto the ball, shaking hands, As an early publicity stunt and marketing ploy, the company dropped Butterfinger and Baby Ruth candy bars from airplanes in cities across the United States which helped increase its popularity. The Butterfinger candy bar was later sold to Nabisco, and, in 1990, Nestlé bought Baby Ruth and Butterfinger from Nabisco.

Nestlé acquired the brand in 1990 and renamed the product THE FINGER in 2008. THE FINGER candy bar is a unique combination of crispety, crunchety, peanut-buttery taste that people love. No other candy bar comes close to matching its intense flavor and texture.

Here’s the recent news on the name changes.

LENDALE, CALIF. - April 1, 2008 - Nestlé USA announced today that after 80 years, it is retiring the name BUTTERFINGER and officially changing the name of the popular candy bar to “THE FINGER.” This change is effective immediately.

The renaming of the BUTTERFINGER candy bar reflects the results of a two-year comprehensive study conducted by the company into consumer perceptions of the “BUTTERFINGER” name. According to the study, an overwhelming majority of consumers identified the phrase with undesirable traits, such as being clumsy, awkward and lacking in physical coordination, skill or grace.

The name “THE FINGER” gives the candy bar a shorter, more contemporary name while acknowledging the long heritage of the brand. Finger bars are expected to begin appearing on store shelves as early as May 1, 2008.

This is a momentous day for THE FINGER candy bar, said Nestlé Confections Spokesperson Robert Hall. Changing the name of an iconic American candy bar is a decision we did not take lightly. We are proud to have listened to our consumers, and recent consumer testing validates their feelings. At no time did we want to imply that BUTTERFINGER candy bar was just for clumsy people.

A Butterfinger candy bar consists of a flaky/crispy orange-colored peanut-buttery center all covered with a chocolate coating. The Butterfinger of today may not, however, be quite the same as the original bar — according to some reports, the original Butterfinger recipe was somehow lost when Nabisco acquired the Curtiss Candy Company. None of the old employees claimed to remember how to make the bars, so a new recipe had to be developed that customers would accept.

The Ingredients To Make Butterfinger candy bar are:
Sugar, Corn Syrup, Ground Roasted Peanuts, Partially Hydrogenated Palm Kernel Oil, Cocoa, Molasses, Confectioner’s Corn Flakes, Whey (From Milk), Nonfat Milk, Salt, Monoglycerides, Soy Lecithin, Cornstarch, Artificial Flavors, Yellow 5, Tbhq and Citric Acid (Added to Preserve Freshness), Red 40.