Sunday, November 9, 2014

see's candy

October meant many birthdays in my family. My grandma, dad, brother, and niece all had a birthday. Plus we have some anniversaries in Oct. It is a busy month. So what is a gift that I can get any of them? See's Candy of course!

See's Candy has always been a family favorite. My grandma Anna used empty See's candy boxes as a decoy. People would get used to the box having something else in it and stop looking inside the box. Then she could replace the decoy box with one with candy and eat them without anyone knowing. Otherwise the candy box would be empty immediately as everyone always wanted a piece.

My mom and dad's favorite seems to be the box of truffles.

Another family favorite is the Milk Chocolate Soft Centers
I personally like the Milk Chocolate Molasses chips.
I also like to get a custom mixed box and pick whatever favorites I want.

See's candy makes the perfect birthday, anniversary, or holiday gift. You can use them as a treat for Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, etc.
Milk Chocolate Turkey
Thanksgiving Chocolate Creams
Marshmallow Trees
Milk Chocolate Santas
Chocolate Mint Truffles
See's candies are always a hit. They have a great variety of flavors so there is something for everyone.  I have used See's candies for many presents and even as stocking stuffers. I have loved getting See's candies as gifts too. I have a See's nearby, but if you don't. You can always order online. Enter to win a $25 See's gift card a Rafflecopter giveaway


Allison H. said...

I like to read romance novels

Tracy R said...

I like to read collections of short stories, thrillers, mainstream novels and biographies, but I bet you meant to ask me about See's Candies! I have been a fan all of my life. I love their butterscotch squares and their dark chocolate creams and those chocolate mint truffles! I know they are seasonal and I'm hoping that seeing them on this post means that they are out already. I need to stop by See's and get some!

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