Boston Baked Beans An assortment of crockery that beans are baked in, including a souvenir-style Boston Baked Beans beanpot Boston baked beans are a variety of baked beans, typically sweetened with molasses or maple syrup, and flavored with salt pork or bacon.
Candy cigarettes are a candy introduced in the early 20th century made out of chalky sugar, bubblegum or chocolate, wrapped in paper and packaged and branded so as to resemble cigarettes. Some products contain powdered sugar hidden in the wrapper, allowing the user to blow on the cigarette and produce "smoke" on the other end.
Caramel sauce. Caramel sauce is made by mixing caramelized sugar with Cream. Depending on the intended application, additional ingredients such as butter, fruit purees, liquors or vanilla are often used. Caramel sauce is used in a variety of desserts, though most notably as a topping for ice cream.
Gobstoppers or jawbreakers are a type of hard candy. They are usually round, and normally range from about 1 – 3 cm across; though gobstoppers can be up to 8 cm in diameter. The term gobstopper derives from 'gob', which is slang in United Kingdom and Ireland for mouth.
Ring-shaped gummi candy is often covered in sugar or sour powder. The most common and popular flavor is the peach ring. Other flavors include green apple, melon, blue raspberry, strawberry, and aniseed - although these are typically coated in chocolate.
Laffy Taffy is a brand of taffy manufactured by Nestlé and sold under their Willy Wonka Candy Company brand. Laffy Taffy is a brand of candy first produced in the 1970s as "Beich's (Name of Flavor) Caramels", though in fact, they were fruit-flavored taffy squares.
The candy was created using the same basic recipe as the already popular Pixy Stix and Lik-M-Aid products, in response to parents' requests for a less-messy candy. In 1963, SweeTarts were introduced with the same flavors as the popular Pixy Stix: cherry, grape, lemon, lime, and orange.
Tootsie Roll is a chocolate-like, taffy-like candy that has been manufactured in the United States since 1907. The candy has qualities similar to both caramels and taffy without being exactly either confection, and does not melt. The manufacturer, Tootsie Roll Industries, is based in Chicago, Illinois.
Warheads is a brand of sour or tart candy manufactured by Impact Confections located in Janesville, Wisconsin. They are marketed as an 'extreme' candy with an intense sour flavor. They have proven to be very popular, especially with children; in 1999, Warheads were referred to as a "$40 million brand" .