Need a Special Treat this Halloween? Try These Made With Honey Candies

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What do bees and Winnie the Pooh have in common? They are both great Halloween costume ideas and love honey! We do too, especially during the run-up to Halloween when more and more candy starts to hit store shelves. From traditional made with honey sweets like Brach’s candy corn and Bit-O-Honey to brand-new confections, pick up these candies to celebrate a sweet Halloween.

 

Brach’s Candy Corn
Did you know that this timeless, classic, authentic Halloween candy is made with honey? Brach’s has concocted three new made-with-honey varieties that are sure to satisfy the entire family’s sweet tooths: Harvest Corn, Pumpkins and Candy Corn.

 

Pearson’s Bit-O-Honey
This iconic chewy candy us another classic to hand out this year. The sweet treat is made with almonds and honey and comes in both taffy and bar form, a great way to include younger or older kids in your giveaway selection.

 


Lovely Honey Gummy Bears
This fruity spin on gummy bears contains honey! Lovely Honey Gummy Bears come in cherry, lemon, orange and apple varieties, and are a great buy for consumers that want all-natural sweetness in their Halloween candy. A natural delight from Lovely!

 

Taffy Town Honey Taffy
Another traditional favorite! Real honey is infused into this salt water taffy from Taffy Town, a company that has been providing taffy for more than 100 years. The taffy is nut- and gluten-free, and each individually wrapped piece is perfect for Halloween night giveaways.

 

Bob’s Red Mill Better Bars
What kid doesn’t love peanut butter and jelly? Bob’s Red Mill’s signature rolled oats expanded into the snack aisle in 2019 in a big way, with five new varieties in its Better Bar line. And the best part? All five contain honey. Along with Peanut Butter Jelly & Oats, trick-or-treaters can try Peanut Butter Banana & Oats, Peanut Butter Chocolate & Oats, Peanut Butter Coconut & Oats, and Peanut Butter Apple Spice & Oats. 

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