Candy is associated with almost every holiday which kind of makes me wish I invented the next big thing in the sweets industry. But alas, I did not and therefore I'd like to point out some of the best Valentine's Day candy treats that can be shared with loved ones on this special week filled with both romance and depression.
The hollow chocolate rose can be likened to the hollow chocolate Easter bunny, but with far less chocolate and with much more sentimentality.
Candy hearts are the candy corns of Valentine's Day and boy do they pack a few words. They taste like sweet nothings.
Sometimes it's about what's on the outside and not what's on the inside. Candy grams can be filled with any kind of candy as long as there's a special note on the box that says something important.
I'll tell you what, a box of chocolates makes living life a lot easier sometimes. If you eat one with your eyes closed, you might not get the exact one you want but it'll be as sweet as life itself.
These pink, red, and white M&M's taste so much better simply because they are not the usual colors. They also do a great job of filling tiny glass bowls at reception desks.
Reese's does an amazing job during the holidays. In fact, they do some of their best work when they aren't mass producing their standard Reese's PB Cups. Seriously, if you've never tried a holiday-themed Reese's PB Cup, then you're truly missing out.
Anything that is both chocolate and marshmallow is like anything that is both chocolate and peanut butter. Peeps really nails the combination because they are the marshmallow masters.