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9 Foreign Candies We Wish Were in Our Trick-or-Treat Bag

Read on to learn about everything from colorful Mexican lollipops to marshmallow-filled Scottish teacakes – here are nine foreign candies we wish were in our trick-or-treat bag.

Daim (Sweden)

Daim (Sweden)

This Swedish chocolate was inspired by Heath bars. Crunchy almond butter and milk chocolate? Count us in.

Dulces Vero Semaforo (Mexico)

Dulces Vero Semaforo (Mexico)

Three is better than one, and these lollipops have three different balls of color on each stick – red, yellow, and green. Not only are they exciting to look at, but flavors include strawberry, lemon, and pineapple.

Elite Milk Chocolate Bar with Popping Candy (Israel)

Elite Milk Chocolate Bar with Popping Candy (Israel)

Popular Israeli candy brand Elite offers this new take on the chocolate bar – popping candies, not unlike Pop Rocks, in every bite. We’re ready to experiment.

Galil Turkish Delight (Turkey)

Galil Turkish Delight (Turkey)

These tasty jellies come in rose, mint, lemon, and even pistachio. They’re covered in sugar and are sold by the box.

Kinder Bueno (Italy)

Kinder Bueno (Italy)

These chocolate bars were first popularized in Italy and Germany in the 1990s, but aren’t available in the United States. They consist of hazelnut cream packed inside milk chocolate.

Regina Chocolate de Leite Com Sabor a Ananás (Portugal)

Regina Chocolate de Leite Com Sabor a Ananás (Portugal)

This Portugese company was founded in 1928, and one of their choice products is a unique chocolate bar with pineapple. Other varieties come in strawberry and orange.

Tim Tams (Australia)

Tim Tams (Australia)

Tim Tams are popular in Australia – so popular that Australians consume over 400 million of them a year. These chocolate malted biscuits with a chocolate cream filling interior are reportedly the world’s most popular chocolate biscuit per capita.

Tunnock’s Teacakes (Scotland)

Tunnock’s Teacakes (Scotland)

Marshmallow filling sits on a biscuit base, and it’s all covered in either milk or dark chocolate. These delicacies usually come in boxes of six or 10.

White Rabbit Creamy Candy (China)

White Rabbit Creamy Candy (China)

This soft, chewy Chinese candy is comparable to taffy, and is sometimes wrapped in rice paper.

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