F stands for feisty and fun. It can also stand for flavorful and fruity, right? That’s just what we’re here to uncover! In this guide, we’re going to take a deep look into candy that starts with F. We think you will find things that are flavorful and fruity but also maybe some things that are just a little bit fun too.
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Top Candy That Starts With F
As you’re checking out the options, we separated these into two categories. We’re going to start with the top choices. These are some of the most popular and many of them may be familiar to you. We bet you still learn something new though so let’s get on with it!
If you don’t know Famous Amos, you are probably really missing out. These cookies are absolutely delightful and find their way to our first spot here with good reason. These cookies were made by Wally Amos. He learned to bake with his aunt when he was growing up.
As an adult, Wally made homemade cookies for a talent agency he worked for. The goal was to use the cookies to try to encourage celebrities to use the agency he was a part of. However, at some point the cookies just no longer worked there and they plateaued. That’s when he decided to create his cookie business.
Amos opened his own cookie store in 1975 in California. That store was named Famous Amos. It was a hit. He made astronomical sales and just kept growing. They branched out to supermarkets. The company started to lose momentum and some decisions had to be made. That’s when the company transitioned to the packaged Famous Amos cookies we know today.
Ferrero has long been a popular candy company. They have many ventures under this name. One great choice is the Ferrero Rocher candy. It’s a bonbon candy that could easily fall into gourmet chocolate candy. It comes in these expensive-looking gold wrappers and small liners to make them stand out fancy.
The cany is made with hazelnut and chocolate. They are sweet and crunchy at the same time. They are perfectly bite size and individually wrapped in gold. These first came out in 1979 and was actually designed by Michele Ferrero.
You will find that these chocolate candies are available pretty much worldwide and very popular, particularly around Christmas and Valentine’s Day. To this day, the production process is still very secretive and only a few people have seen the entire process of creation from start to finish.
If you take apart the layers of Ferrero Rocher, you will find a whole roasted hazelnut that is coated in thin wafer. It’s then filled with hazelnut chocolate and topped off with a finishing layer of milk chocolate with some chopped hazelnuts on the outside too.
Fruit Stripe Gum
Do you ever remember as a child going to the candy shop and picking out Fruit Stripe Gum? This was the perfect gum for young ones, but some adults love it too. It’s just a fun chewing gum that comes in several different colors and flavors.
For quite some time, this gum was so popular because the wrappers on the pieces had little washable tattoos on them that kids could enjoy. The flavors in each packet included lemon, lime, orange, cherry, and peach. Some packets later included cotton candy as well.
This gum was first invented as Five Flavor Gum in the 1960s. It didn’t become Fruit Strip Gum until about 2003 when the Hershey Company took it over and gave it the name. Now, it’s owned and sold by Ferrara Candy Company, which is part of Ferrero.
Flake was a candy bar, or a chocolate bar, which was made by Cadbury. It’s a British brand and they’re known for using real milk with most of their chocolate. This bar was almost like a long roll or log instead of a bar.
They made Flake with chocolate that was thinly folded together. This gave it a flaky texture. It would get soft, but it never really melts. It just has that flakiness as a texture, so it was part of the look, and that’s where the name Flake came from.
Flake can still be found as produced by Cadbury, although it’s not as popular in some areas as their other products. This particular chocolate candy is considered to be a brand secret and those that make Flake in the plant are sworn to secrecy.
Through the years, there have been some other versions of Flake created. Some flavors include dark chocolate, orange, truffle, white chocolate, and even mint.
We can’t talk about candy that starts with F without talking about Fun Dip. Fun Dip is really a lot of fun. It’s just flavored sugar with a dipping stick so you can lick away and enjoy the dipping powder until it’s gone.
Fun Dip was made by Ferrara Candy Co. It was released in the United Stated in 1940 and has been here ever since. The first name of the candy was Lik-M-Aid. The name was changed to Fun Dip in 1989. While Ferrara originally came out with the candy, it was owned by Sunline Inc and Nestle. It is not back with Ferrara as it was included in the Wonka Brands, they purchased in 2018.
With Fun Dip, this flavored powder that is mostly just sugar is in a simple paper pouch. Each pouch has a dipping stick, and you just dip and lick until it’s all gone. Then you can eat the stick. There are a ton of flavors out there and sometimes new or seasonal flavors come out as well.
Other Candies That Begin with F
You’ve seen some of our top picks and some of the best choices out there. But don’t forget there is much more to choose from. We’ve included some other candy that starts with F as well.
If you love pretzels and you love chocolate, you really can’t go wrong with Flipz. These were first produced as a bulk candy option in 1997 by Nestle. Flipz are fun because they take a salted pretzel and then coat it in chocolate. There are several other coatings out there now too.
Some of the popular flavors include milk chocolate, dark chocolate, white fudge, birthday cake, peanut butter, and cookies and cream. There are several more flavors too and some limited flavors from time to time as well.
Fluffy Stuff is the fluffiest of candies. This fun brand took cotton candy and put it into a small package, so you get the perfect amount to enjoy on your own. Fluffy Stuff is sold by the Tootsie Roll company. These bags of cotton candy have quite a few flavors in them. They’re a ton of fun and packed full of sugary flavor.
Fancy Henny is something you’re most likely to find around Easter and Spring times. It’s a fancy small hen toy that is actually a gumball dispenser. These are made by Dubble Bubble and they’re not always on the market. However, if you see one, you should snag it up. They’re just a fun and unique way to enjoy some bubblegum.
Fantales are an Australian candy that are harder to find on the market now. You can still find them on occasion here and there. These candies are caramel fudge cubes. Some might compare them to a Reisen chocolate candy if you’re familiar with those. The bag comes with several pieces that are all individually wrapped.
You simply pop one in your mouth and let it melt while you enjoy the flavors. Savor it and one flavor will last you quite a while.
Finders Keepers is all about the game finders’ keepers. When you find the surprise inside, you get to keep it for yourself. With that in mind, you get some chocolate candy, and you get a fun new toy inside. Finders Keepers partner with a lot of popular toy brands like LOL, SpongeBob, Star Wars, Hot Wheels, and more.
Flash Pop takes popular lollipop candies like the Push Pop or the Ring candy and adds some flash. They have lollipops and rings. You get the candy in your choice of flavor and each one is made with light-up features. The lights are not inside the candy but rather part of the base and lid that house the candy. It’s fun, flashy, and flavorful all at the same time.
There are most definitely some fantastic candy that starts with F. You can have as much fun as you want to sifting through these fortunes. Find your flavor and your fun all in one place. There are lots of great options.
Whether you’re looking for something sweet or something silly or maybe even something chocolate, we’ve got you covered here. What’s your favorite candy or the one you plan to try?
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