White Rabbit Creamy Candies

Follow the White Rabbit

Edit: Well there seems to be some contamination problems with these. In other words: Do Not Buy.

Name: White Rabbit Creamy Candies
Type: Taffy/Nougat (?)
Price: $1.99
Candy Origin: China
Place Bought: World Market in Austin, Tx
Reason for buying: Bunny!
Rating: 7/10

While out shopping a few years back, we came across the cutest little bag of candy. Honestly, the only reason we bought it was because of the bunny on the bag. It soon became one of our favorite travel candies! There’s only 5 ingredients: Corn starch, syrup, cane sugar, butter and milk. This candy is the reason we’ve started trying new and unique candies wherever we go.

Pros:
It’s the perfect little candy to travel with. You can stuff several in a bag or car and there’s plenty to share! It has a nice milky taste and it isn’t too sweet.

Cons:
If the bag isn’t completely fresh, then the candy will be hard. The solution to this is just leaving it in a hot car. Works like a dream.

Overall:
We give White Rabbit Creamy Candies a rating of 7 out 10. It’s cute and yummy!

Links:
White Rabbit Creamy Candy Wiki
Nutrition Facts

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