Tag Archives: Easter
To all of CollectingCandy.com’s readers that celebrate the holiday; Happy Easter! It’s been fun counting down to today by sharing various Easter candy goodies and bits of confectionery history this week. I wanted to close out the week’s Easter coverage … Continue reading
It’s Easter-Eve, and I wanted to squeeze in one extra post before I wrap up my Easter Week tomorrow. I also wanted to share this fun little mid-2000’s offering called Tweeterz; candy-coated Twizzler bits made especially for the Easter holiday.
Our Easter Week Countdown is almost complete and today I thought I’d share a few fun pieces of packaging that Ferrara Pan has released over the last few years. They’re primarily Easter-themed packages, though I will include a pair of … Continue reading
For today’s entry in our Countdown to Easter I wanted to share a pair of groovy trade ads from 1970, featuring the Easter candy line-up for the year from Leaf. It’s a lot of great stuff, some of which you’ll … Continue reading
For day three of our Easter Countdown I put together a new CollectingCandy.com video for an unusual Easter candy offering, but one that is awfully cool – ThinkGeek’s Zombie Chocolate Bunny!
Starting with the 2011 Christmas season, Mars has been releasing sets of holiday-themed standard-sized M&M’s packages. Though they’d been producing large-size packs with holiday themes and graphics for years, these standard-size holiday packs were new. Since their introduction, we’ve seen … Continue reading
Easter is another big candy holiday, and it’s been one as long as I can remember. Let’s face it, for candy, there’s Halloween, Christmas, and Easter – so it’s one of the Big-3. Today, I’m going to showcase an assortment … Continue reading
Just a few days left before Easter, so make sure to get your goodies while you can. Certainly one of the biggest days for candy, and for candy packaging, Easter is one we’re excited to celebrate here on the site. … Continue reading
I grew up loving Nestle Quik chocolate milk – the kind you made yourself with powder. The commercials featuring the Quik Bunny were tied into that experience and, just like the kids in those commercials, I could put away a … Continue reading