The best Halloween candy. It’s one of the most heated debates amongst households every year. A topic so touchy, it can divide families at their core. A topic that is not considered from every angle can result in catastrophic disaster.
In some cases, families fight over if Halloween candy should be handed out at all. Maybe you should just go down the route of toothbrushes and dimes. Because we all know there’s nothing more pleasing to a child than being handed a stick with bristles and a form of currency that hasn’t had the power to purchase anything in the last 25 years.
With so many options to pick from, it can be nearly impossible to pick the correct bag of candy without input from every member of the house. Whatever you do, do not come home with those individually wrapped orange and black “peanut butter kisses” that tastes more like petrified peanut butter from the 1700s.
Like skittles and starburst and had a hankering for a Jolly rancher there’s a pack for that. Love your Nestlé’s crunch and Butterfingers yet still want some sweet tarts, is a pack for that. Everything else he can possibly think of. In my house, I go with what will likely eat throughout the rest of the year.
For me, the best Halloween candy would be sweet and sour treats. Mainly Skittles and Starbursts. And since I’m in control of who’s getting what when the trick-or-treaters come to the door, you can bet that my least favorite flavors are going out first. If I have to, and that’s a big if I have to, the skittles and lemon starburst will make their way to a trick-or-treaters candy sack. However if the rush of trick-or-treaters happens to and before my candy dish reaches the point of no return, though be a lot of skittles waiting for me for the months to come.