Top 5 Crazy Candy Cane Flavors
No matter what it is you’re looking for these days, it seems like there are more options than ever. Just take a look at the choices you have in the cereal aisle of a supermarket or drive down a local street and count the number of pizza shops. Seeing as how National Candy Cane Day is December 26th, it had us thinking about how many new candy cane flavors have hit store shelves lately. While many of the new flavors sound delicious such as Swedish Fish and Cookies and Cream, others are downright weird. Here are 5 of the weirdest candy cane flavors you can try this holiday season.
We don’t know anyone that actually likes kale, so we’re not sure who would enjoy kale candy canes. The bigger question is, does eating a kale candy cane count as eating a vegetable? If so, we might have to reconsider.
Typically, dill pickles are an accompaniment to a hearty sandwich or juicy hamburger, not your sweet holiday desserts. But hey, don’t be a holiday pickle puss. Give dill pickle candy canes a try. Maybe they’re not as gross as they sound. Maybe...
Mac N Cheese
Warm, gooey, creamy and extra cheesy… candy canes? That’s right. Now all you mac and cheese fans can chow down on a candy cane that tastes just like your favorite side dish. No utensils required!
These days, there is literally bacon-flavored everything, so why not candy canes? Maybe you can even try one with a mac and cheese candy cane for a bacon mac and cheese experience.
Do you know that saying “tastes like chicken”? Well, it turns out that these candy canes actually do. No holiday dinner would be complete without a box of these rotisserie chicken-flavored candy canes. If you’re not the best cook, these may actually come in handy.
If these crazy candy cane flavors have you cringing, you can always count on Royal Wholesale to bring you sweet and delicious peppermint candy canes for a traditional taste that is tried and true.