Kids party candy favor ideas
Kids parties and candy just seem to go together like peanut butter and jelly. If you're
going to throw a kids party, then you've got to throw some novelty candy into the mix.
Novelty candy is also fun for stocking stuffers.
Candy that looks like food? Candy that tastes like something it's not supposed to?
Candy mom or dad had as kids? You'll find that candy that's hot, extra sour, strange,
creepy or retro cool is the candy kids crave, and adults love to share. Here's our top
list of novelty candy to try with your kids for your next party:
Our Favorite Novelty Candies
- Bean-Boozeled®. Each box contains weird and wild flavors. Tops on the list right
now is Bean-Boozled jelly beans from the Jelly Belly Candy Co. The gift box
version of candy and game all in one! Spin the wheel to decide what bean to
eat. You've been BeanBoozled if you choose a jelly bean that has a strange
taste. Booger or juicy pear? ! Will it taste like canned dog food or chocolate?
Strawberry or Centipede flavored? Banana or pencil shavings flavor? Black
licorice, or skunk spray? Toothpaste flavor or berry blue? Baby wipes or coconut?
Barf or peach? Moldy Cheese or caramel corn? Also available in favor packs. Dare
- Grillz Candy: Bring a little "bling" to your teeth with candy grillz (rapper style
flashy candy teeth) in "gold" and "Platinum" colors with different designs. This
hard candy sucker comes in four fruity flavors: peach, sour apple, strawberry
and watermelon, so kids can suck while they show their bling.
Retro Novelty Candies
- Cocktail Wienies Bubble Gum. No cocktail party is complete without a crock-pot full
of cocktail wienies simmering in a red sauce. This mini tin of wienie-shaped gum
pays tribute to these tiny, tasty morsels. For the kid who won't eat their dinner,
or the kid who has everything, these novelty candies make great April Fool's Day
surprises or birthday treats!
- Meatball Bubble Gum. Having a pizza party, then "chews" this: meatball
bubblegum, right! Meatball bubblegum would make a fun finale to a pizza party
and comes highly recommended by candy aficionados. Manny the Meatball says
"Atsa chewy meatball." How can you doubt the emphatic assertion of a talking
meatball? Now that's meatball novelty at its finest!
- Candy Popcorn: Gummy popcorn, right is perfect for movie night. These yummy
gummy candies are in the shape of popcorn, and even aerated to give them the
feel of popcorn - light and airy. Assorted fruit and popcorn flavors, but are all
yellow in color. Eat bite is a mystery from strawberry to watermelon: kids have
to guess which flavor they are eating!
- Pucker up for Wax lips: Kids love looking at themselves in the hilarious puffy wax
lips candy. Made of chewable, cherry flavored wax, these wax lips hey're just
like the wax fangs that were popular in the 1970s around Halloween.
- Atomic Fireballs. Atomic Fireballs are hot! Atomic fireballs, left, is the original
super intense cinnamon candy.
- Felt horse candy cane cover
More kids candy ideas and resources
- Looking for a candy gift box? The Kooky Kid Crazy Candy gift box, left, includes a
sampler of kid favorites (hand selected and boxed): Bug City candy jar,
Beanboozled Beans, gummy Sour Burger, gummy Sweetart Bugs, Hot Tamales
fire, Pop rRcks, wax fangs, push pops, Wurms & Dirt, Atomic Fireballs & Cry Baby
Gum. It makes a great birthday treat for your candy girl or boy.
Here's a Nostalgic look at candy through the decades:
Candy in the 1920s
- Babe Ruth
- Charleston Chew
- Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
- Milk Duds
Candy in the 1930s
- Kit Kat, Snickers
- 3 Musketeers
- Choward's Violet mints
- Red Hots
- Boston Baked Beans
Candy in the 1940s
- Bazooka Bubble Gum
- Junior Mints
- Fun Dip
- Licorice laces
Candy in the 1950s
- Atomic Fireballs
- Big Hunk
- Candy cigarettes
- Hot tomales
- Smartees candy necklaces
Candy in the 1960s
- Starburst fruit chews
- Swedish Fish
Candy in the 1970s
- Bubble Yum
- candy rings
- Pop Rocks
- Reese's Pieces
- York Peppermint patties
Candy in the 1980s
- Gummy Bears
- Gummy Worms
- bubble gum tape
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