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Socktober Treat Time It wouldn't be "the holiday season" (running roughly from early fall until shortly after Valentine's Day by my estimation, with a brief coda for Easter) without theme candy!! I tend to measure my seasons by food anyways. Fall to me means butternut and delicata squash, pumpkin everything, nutmeg, cinnamon, honeycrisp apples, sweet potatoes, pecans, and the beginning of ginger and mint and cranberries, And the ever ubiquitous candy corn! How is this a flavor? It's like pure sugar, but somehow it is. My brief review: of course candy corn is candy corn and not good per se, but so evocative of diving into leaf piles and donning twenty costumes with enormous candy bags that it cannot be resisted. The Candy Corn M&M's are pretty much white chocolate M&M's and thus decidedly not my thing, but not bad either. The Pumpkin Spice Kisses taste kind of like a holiday themed candle. I won't say they're exactly tasty, but I kind of find myself eating them repeatedly to remember what the flavor was...  Still on the quest for candy corn oreos. Also, my socks taste like socks. Ewww. 

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We got the Hershey kisses last year and were petty grossed out. I like the candy corn M&Ms, but I also like white chocolate generally. (The straight up white chocolate M&Ms they were selling at Easter were delicious baked into brownies.)
Oh, I can handle white chocolate in brownies... it's a good contrast. It just becomes a little much for me all by itself. But still worth popping some of the M&Ms into my mouth, even if I'm more of a dark chocolate mint kinda gal.
Oh, I liked them on their own, too, but I am in favor of white chocolate, generally.

The mint ones are super tasty.
Luv the munchies you got there my dear, just like the socks candy corn!:-)
Carry On!
Haha, +Rebecca Rippin  I have to admit that I love novelty and nibbles of everything, but tend to tap out on nearly any food after about a bite. My typical pattern is to buy a bunch of candy/junk/sweets that excite my imagination, take a nibble and then pawn the rest off on +Andrew Wright ... who is fortunate he loves cycling for five million hours on end or who would already be obese and fighting diabetes by now. 
I want this picture for my screensaver!  Great colors and mouth watering (at least in tought) candy! :)
You can have it for three simple payments of $9.99... or just downloading it I suppose, but that's totally cheating!
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