Grapefruitprincess ReLoaded: What's in your Stocking? // Favorite Christmas Candy by State

Thursday, November 30, 2017

What's in your Stocking? // Favorite Christmas Candy by State

If you can read this: Congrats - you survived Thanksgiving dinner! And since our stomachs are already stretched and ready for more food: Let's talk Christmas Candy today! (If you use links in this post, I may earn a commission. Full Disclosure

For me, nothing beats home made Christmas cookies. My sisters are all awesome bakers - I think I'm just not patient enough to bake more than two different kinds of "Plaetzchen" (that's how we call them in Germany). But they go all in. Huge variety, all neatly decorated, good old recipes and new ones... They just rock. I sure will miss their Plaetzchen this year... but then again my waistline will be happy.


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Besides good ole cookies there sure is tons of Christmas candy out there. CandyStore.com already had this awesome interactive map for Halloween (check here), and now they did the research for Christmas and put together another map showing the top 3 favorite Christmas candies by state:

Source: CandyStore.com

In Arkansas it's Starburst. I don't really understand. That's too fruity! Christmas for me means cookies, chocolate and candy canes. I dig the Californian Top 3 way more!

What made your state's top 3? Do you agree?


4 comments :

  1. Nice map :-) Interesting to know. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving. Our state Colorado shows hershey Kisses on top! I love them too.

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    1. Can't beat chocolate!
      Since I'm German I don't really celebrate Thanksgiving either. This year I went to Dallas to watch the football game live. My kinda holiday :)

      Delete
  2. Skittles, candy cane, and Pez? Wha? No, completely disagree! I disagree with Arkansas, too (I lived there years ago). What ever happened to peppermint bark?

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    1. Right?? :oD
      I really love what made the top for California. THAT'S Christmas.

      Delete

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What's in your Stocking? // Favorite Christmas Candy by State

If you can read this: Congrats - you survived Thanksgiving dinner! And since our stomachs are already stretched and ready for more food: Let's talk Christmas Candy today! (If you use links in this post, I may earn a commission. Full Disclosure

For me, nothing beats home made Christmas cookies. My sisters are all awesome bakers - I think I'm just not patient enough to bake more than two different kinds of "Plaetzchen" (that's how we call them in Germany). But they go all in. Huge variety, all neatly decorated, good old recipes and new ones... They just rock. I sure will miss their Plaetzchen this year... but then again my waistline will be happy.


Background image created by V.ivash - Freepik.com


Besides good ole cookies there sure is tons of Christmas candy out there. CandyStore.com already had this awesome interactive map for Halloween (check here), and now they did the research for Christmas and put together another map showing the top 3 favorite Christmas candies by state:

Source: CandyStore.com

In Arkansas it's Starburst. I don't really understand. That's too fruity! Christmas for me means cookies, chocolate and candy canes. I dig the Californian Top 3 way more!

What made your state's top 3? Do you agree?


4 comments :

  1. Nice map :-) Interesting to know. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving. Our state Colorado shows hershey Kisses on top! I love them too.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Can't beat chocolate!
      Since I'm German I don't really celebrate Thanksgiving either. This year I went to Dallas to watch the football game live. My kinda holiday :)

      Delete
  2. Skittles, candy cane, and Pez? Wha? No, completely disagree! I disagree with Arkansas, too (I lived there years ago). What ever happened to peppermint bark?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Right?? :oD
      I really love what made the top for California. THAT'S Christmas.

      Delete

Thank you so much for taking the time to leave a comment. I love reading them all and will try my best to answer all of your questions. If you would like to contact me for a quicker response please feel free to tweet me at (@grfrprincess), message me on Instagram (@anni_s) or email me. ~Anni