Ah yes, here we are, another new candy roundup! (Yeeehaw!!) We love doing this because, mostly, we just love getting new candy in–plus, with Easter coming, we needed some fresh treats. We have regular customers who are always amazed that, despite the size of our little store, we always keep the selection fresh and fun. We really upped the Beanboozled ante with this last round of new treats–we figured that since the kids are on Spring Break, a trip to the candy store, and an evening of daring each other with gross jellybeans might just be in order. (It sounds boring–but, we promise it isn’t. It will keep them busy for so long!) Scroll down to see what other new candies we just got in–there are some fun ones! (Like all of them, actually. :) )

Mega Candy Buttons, and regular Candy Buttons.

The mega ones, oddly, feel more rewarding–like, all the work to get them off the paper is justified by getting to eat something a little bigger? Or, is that a terribly lazy thought to think?

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Spring Gift Boxes of Assorted, Abdallah, Chocolates

These are SO perfect for a birthday, Easter, a housewarming present or a coworker. Also, they’re perfect to treat yourself to. Because, let’s face it, when’t the last time anyone gave you an awesome box of chocolates?

(Too long. WAYYYYY to long…that’s my answer.)

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Marshmallow Ice Cream Cone Thingies

These are too cute to eat. But…that doesn’t stop us.

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Jelly Fish Kabobs

Cute, tasty…and, no hint of real fish anywhere. Stick a couple of these unique treats on a gift, or pull them off the stick for cupcake decorations–you, really, can’t go wrong with ’em.

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The Wall of Bean Boozled

These are all of the new treats we mentioned up there, in the first paragraph. Whether you want to spend five bucks, or twenty five bucks–we have something for you. The little boxes are so perfect for an evening of silly dares, and the big box makes a GREAT gift. The medium box comes with a spinner even and is ideal for a few kids to play with. I watched a group of four, seventh grade, girls have WAY too much fun daring each other, and recording each other, as they worked their way through a big box of these–it was hilarious. (I couldn’t play though. Obviously. I have an allergy…to something…maybe?) The containers pictured below, individually, are brand new to us–we haven’t played with them yet, but they look really cool! (If you try them first–take a pic and share it with us. We’d love to see!)

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Anoka Twin Cities Candy Store Retro Nostalgia

Anoka Twin Cities Candy Store Retro Nostalgia

Fruit Stripe Bubble Gum

We’ve had the regular stuff in for awhile now–but, now, we carry the bubble version, too. Being a ’90’s kid–I remember the coolness of this stuff; plus, the excitement of the tattoo; and then, I also remember the time I ate a whole pack, within a couple hours. Like, swallowed every piece. My stomach still doesn’t let me forget that one.

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Airheads Xtremes, Sweet and Sour Candy

Have you seen the cute little Saint Patrick’s Day cupcakes with the rainbows? Well, these are the rainbows. These work great for any St. Patrick’s Day, or spring, rainbow projects–we love ’em for that. We also love ’em for simply eating.
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Regular, Abdallah, boxes of chocolates

We shared the springy ones, above–but, we also got in more regular boxes. These little guys are under 3 bucks and are perfect to brighten the day of anyone–leave one on the keyboard of a coworker, stick one in your kid’s lunch, or reward yourself for a job well done; no matter what, these little guys are perfect.

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Cow Tales, Crispy Moo

Since big cow tails are delicious–we decided to give these little guys a try moo…er, we mean too.

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Bundaberg Ginger Beer

You know we have a cooler, too…right? We keep this full of drinks for both the kids, and the adults. Bundaberg Ginger Beer is more on the adult side, we think? It’s got a little spice to it, and a little sweet–it’s an interesting flavor that, if you like ginger, you’ll probably love. There’s no alcohol in it, btw. (Adults only secret…IF you want to add alcohol to it, try a little Vodka. Ginger Beer, with Vodka, is a wonderful, refreshing, drink. Add a twist of lime to complete it and to feel fancy. :) )

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