Fall Art Festival Candy- Food Review
In case anyone is wondering, no I didn't buy any art for myself. I went to every booth and well besides gifts for others I ended up just buying sweets. Since it has been a long time since I reviewed food I decided to review them all for you to enjoy. I'll also give credit to the creators of the sweets as well as all of these are made by local people.
All of the candy above is from Kitty Hawk Krunch which you can order from kittyhawkkrunch.com These candy are unique as they are all made by freeze drying. A process that often leaves them having a melt in your mouth texture(except the skittles). I got 4 because they had a 4 for $20 deal and I have no self control.
Smores Saltwater Taffy
Sweet melt in your mouth goodness with a smores flavor. You can really taste the graham cracker, marshmallow and chocolate.
Pumpkin Spice Saltwater Taffy
Similar to the Smores taffy, but with a sweet pumpkin pie like flavor.
These are not as soft melt in your mouth as the taffy, but they are packed with flavor.
If you like the flavor of skittles but want crunchy not chewy these are for you.
These 3 are all by different people. So I will give credit in each review.
Christian's Maple Cotton Candy- Made by Doyle and Julie Christian, Christian Sugar Bush in WI
It tastes just like maple syrup but its fluffy not sticky.
Peanut Butter Bomb- Made by Groveland Confections
As the name states this is the bomb! Sweet milk chocolate filled with peanut butter and chocolate. It is very sweet and the filling melts in your mouth.
Wisconsin Maple Root Beer- Made by WMSPA Wismaple.com
A good root beer with a maple taste. I made this in a float as it said to do so on the can. The float was heaven.