Crispy Candy

Look what I found in one of the groceries store in China town. It’s one of my childhood candy which I had not eaten for a long, long time.

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This candy is called Crispy Candy. It costs 1.39 for this bag.

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I’m not sure of the origin of the candy but it’s wrapper has some kind of Japanese or Korean like prints on it.

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The Crispy Candy has a thin outer layer of hard candy and an inner core which has a ‘flaky’ texture. The inner core actually tastes a bit nutty although there is no nuts in the components. Perhaps it’s the spice that gives the nutty flavour.

The way to eat this candy is to allow the outer layer melts in your mouth. Do not bite on the candy as it will sticks to your teeth. Once the outer layer dissolved, the inner core will crumble in your mouth.

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Here is the nutrition facts of the Crispy Candy. Give it a try if you happen to come across it and you may like it as I do.

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  1. Kaylee

    Is it kind of like an Atkinson’s peanut butter bar?

  2. Kaylee

    [img]http://www.yummies.com/prodimg/2038.jpg[/img]

  3. Vanessa

    Where did u find them ??? *0*
    Is it made in China or Japan?

  4. Chrystal

    I had them too.. I like them they kind of remind me of Chinese dragon beard candy 🙂

  5. Suanne

    Hi Vanessa, I bought it from one of the groceries store in Vancouver Chinatown, cant recall which store I bought it from.

    I had thrown away the packaging and unable to find out where the candy is made.

  6. Susan

    They are from Japan, cause it’s Japanese writing on the wrapper which spells out kyandee (candy) in katakana

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