Frozen Candy

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doug_ua
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Frozen Candy - Fri, 12/5/08 9:12 AM
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My favorite candy to freeze - Twix and Charleston Chew! Yours??

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RE: Frozen Candy - Fri, 12/5/08 9:16 AM
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Milky Way!!!!

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RE: Frozen Candy - Fri, 12/5/08 9:46 AM
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It has to be a snickers and next up would be a 1000 grand bar!

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RE: Frozen Candy - Fri, 12/5/08 10:51 AM
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Reeses Peanut Butter Cup

Or (not really a candy) Fudge Covered Oreos

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RE: Frozen Candy - Fri, 12/5/08 10:56 AM
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All of the above!!

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RE: Frozen Candy - Fri, 12/5/08 11:25 AM
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Why, a frozen "Milk Shake" bar of course! Too bad they've been discontinued and are unavailable

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RE: Frozen Candy - Fri, 12/5/08 1:51 PM
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Another vote for Snickers. Also not a candy, but Girl Scout Thin Mint Cookies are wonderful frozen.

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RE: Frozen Candy - Fri, 12/5/08 2:05 PM
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I make a pan of heavenly hash, cut in squares and freeze them. Not candy, but chocolate chip cookies too.

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RE: Frozen Candy - Fri, 12/5/08 2:09 PM
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mbrookes - I never eat Thin Mints that aren't from the freezer.

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RE: Frozen Candy - Fri, 12/5/08 2:57 PM
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York peppermint Patties and Andes Mint Thins, Girl Scout Peanut Butter Patty Cookies.

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RE: Frozen Candy - Fri, 12/5/08 3:06 PM
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Also not candy but fund raiser cookie dough.. It comes preformed and I can fit a frozen ball of it in my mouth.. If I've had a bit to drink and am no longer minding my calorie intake I can put quite a dent in one of the boxes in our garage freezer.. Perhaps I should have posted this under guilty pleasures.

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RE: Frozen Candy - Sun, 12/14/08 5:44 PM
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i also loved frozen milk shake candy bars!
frozen homemade brownies are great

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RE: Frozen Candy - Mon, 12/15/08 12:46 PM
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I used to love putting "Marathon" bars in the freezer during my misspent youth.

BRING BACK MARATHON BARS!!!

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RE: Frozen Candy - Mon, 12/15/08 12:57 PM
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When I are sweets it was chocolate covered cherries.

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RE: Frozen Candy - Tue, 12/16/08 5:18 AM
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Hello all,
I love to freeze chocolate covered marshmellow Santa Bars, or
Easter Bunnies.
Take Care,
Fieldthistle

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RE: Frozen Candy - Tue, 12/16/08 5:52 AM
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Back when candy was cheap and was the pre (warnings) days. A group of us with the cool moms would compete, we buy as asortment of candy, help mom cook it then cool it and put in freezer. Then on Saturdays we would all bring our mess to anothers house and sample. Mom just never did buy my stomach on Sunday morning was from vegetables lol.

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RE: Frozen Candy - Fri, 12/26/08 11:38 PM
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I don't like many candies frozen but I do adore miniature, dark chocolate mounds bars frozen.  A girl at work started me on it and now we share a bag in the freezer there. 

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RE: Frozen Candy - Sat, 12/27/08 12:25 AM
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Joyva chocolate covered marshmallow twists.

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RE: Frozen Candy - Sat, 12/27/08 10:12 AM
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Almost identical to the Marathon bar, and I've seen it at a few places is the Curly Wurly bar from Cadbury.
 


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RE: Frozen Candy - Sun, 12/28/08 11:12 AM
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snickers or milky way

porkchopexpress
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RE: Frozen Candy - Sun, 12/28/08 11:13 AM
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3 musketeers are darn tasty as well

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RE: Frozen Candy - Sun, 12/28/08 12:37 PM
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Pearson's Dinner Mints or any of the Mar's bars.

I also love frozen M&M's

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RE: Frozen Candy - Mon, 06/22/09 9:23 PM
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Back when I had teeth, I'd love a frozen Three Musketeers.  As a kid, though, the frozen Milkshake Bar was the absolute best!

Worst thing as a frozen threat?  Bubble gum ice cream with whole Chiclets.  Who devised that, a soft ice cream filled with gravel?  The American Dental Association?!?!?!?!

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RE: Frozen Candy - Tue, 06/23/09 8:12 AM
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Definately Milky Way, frozen solid and then smashed on a table so I can eat the pieces. Yum!

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RE: Frozen Candy - Tue, 06/23/09 8:12 PM
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Good memories of frozen Milkshake bars. Where I grew up in NJ, the deli we used to frequent had them in the ice cream case wth popsicle sticks already in them.
Now it's anything Snickers (I'm an addict), and the dark chocolate Milky Ways. I believe they are called Midnite Milky Ways.

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RE: Frozen Candy - Sun, 07/5/09 10:58 AM
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I love frozen M&Ms.

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RE: Frozen Candy - Sun, 07/5/09 11:30 AM
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Has anyone had the strawberry peanut butter M&Ms yet?

Mint Three Musketeers bars frozen are good, I also like just normal chocolate from the freezer.

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RE: Frozen Candy - Sun, 07/5/09 12:56 PM
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I've tried the coconut M&Ms, which I liked, but I haven't been able to find the strawberry peanut butter ones in my area yet.

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RE: Frozen Candy - Wed, 07/8/09 5:21 PM
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I haven't tried the coconut or the strawberry peanut butter ones yet.  I did have the pleasure of eating M&Ms that were made the day that I ate them (factory less than an hour from where I live), and they did taste different than the ones I have been getting that have "aged" on the shelf.  I like frozen Milky Way bars, and Whatchamacallit and 1000 dollar bar (are those still being produced?)  Mint treats usually taste good frozen to me, but then I do love Mojitos and they are not frozen.