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Yum! Test yourself with another quiz on facts about different types of candy and their history.


 

Quiz ID:#6272
Fun:*** (2.84)
Difficulty:* (0.72)
Category:Entertainment > Food and Drink
Created By:MikeMan1216Aus******

 

 

 



#1   What candy is made of four crisp wafers covered in chocolate?






#2   Reese's Peanut Butter Cups are the most popular and most widely recognized brand of peanut butter cups in the world.




#3   What are the names of the small, crunchy sweets that come in a variety of shapes and flavors? They are sold by NestlĂ© under their Willy Wonka Candy Company brand.






#4   What lollipop fills in the blank for the following famous slogan? "How many licks does it take to get to the Tootsie Roll center of a ______ _____?"






#5   M&M's are small, colorful, candy coated chocolates. What company produces M&M's?






#6   Which of the following chocolate bars does not have peanuts in it?






#7   Hershey's _______ are sometimes referred to as oversized chocolate chips.

Your Answer: (Show Hint)

#8   Everyone knows that PEZ are small, flavorful candies, and that they come in small PEZ dispensers, but which of the following is not an actual dispenser made by PEZ Candy Incorporated?







#9   Which of the following was the first bubble gum to be sold?






#10   Which of the following candies has a coconut center?






 

 


   



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