With Halloween just around the corner, CVS is full of “scary deals” on giant bags of candy, and the fun size candy bars are popping up in offices and neighborhoods across America. What other American holidays allow you to go door-to-door and receive free food? Answer: none of them. But free candy at a door isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Sometimes, the candy you receive was not even worth the trudge up a 20 foot long driveway. With this thought in mind, Serious Eats recently published their list of the Top Ten Worst Halloween Candy. Additionally, other blogs, such as Food Fight, having been weighing in with obvious nominees, such as these:
The Serious Eats list of the ten worst contains a few items you would expect to make the list, such as these orange, white and yellow “treats”, or as I like to call them, concentrated evil in candy form:
However, the list is lacking some of America’s worst candy, perhaps because even though they are popular, they aren’t typically associated with Halloween. I’m thinking here about two of the most foul and disgusting candy creations to ever grace the planet earth:
So Good readers, I’m looking for you to weigh in on this one. What is the worst Halloween candy out there?