Friday, October 31, 2008

Halloween Candy Quiz

Woo-hoo! It's Halloween. Which may seem redundant during election season.

So let's have a bit of Halloween fun! Here's my Halloween Candy Quiz--you can play by answering in the comments or posting it on your blog with your answers (please let me know in the comments if you posted your answers elsewhere). I put my answers in orange!

Halloween Candy Quiz

1. What is the worst "treat" you or your kids ever received for Halloween?

Babs' first grade class was served unsweetened gelatin squares (Knox Blox) by a home room mom who was a health fanatic. Ugh.If Halloween is about anything, it's all about sugar.

2. What was the most memorable?

This dates me, but a neighbor gave out caramel apples and popcorn balls when I was a kid.

3. What candy is the most likely to be shared with others?

Babe Ruth, Jelly beans, any hard candy

4. What candy is the most likely to be hoarded?

Three Musketeers bars, M&M's, Hershey bars

5. What is the best chocolate Halloween candy?

I love the Halloween colored M&M's. And they don't melt.



Anonymous said...

1) The year I got 8 apples in my bag...I was 7 and they were awfully heavy to lug around all night. And the year I got a handful of peanuts in the shell...Dad loved them, though.

2)Homemade popcorn balls....and the year I got 11 FULL sized Hershey chocolate bars. :)

3)Tootsie Pops and Tootsie Rolls

4)Milky Way and Almomd Joy...I'd put the Milky Way bars in the freezer...Soooo good!

5)Heath Bars...also very good frozen!

This was fun, QG...Now off to gut a pumpkin...heheheh


Presbyterian Gal said...

When I was a kid there was a mom across the street in the cul-de-sac who made caramel apples. They would be gone in 15 minutes. I made sure to keep an eye out the window so I could always get one.

And I hoard all the candy with peanuts and chocolate and definitely the Three Musketeers. Unless I ate it all first.

Halloween candy never lasted more than a week in my house as a kid. Nowadays I'll end up throwing out Halloween candy almost a year later. Different times.