5 Caramel Candies for National Caramel Day

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caramels Ooey gooey, sweet and rich and buttery, caramel is an old-fashioned favorite. With National Caramel Day coming up on April 5, we’d like to highlight some of our favorite caramel candies and other caramel treats!

1.Mini Sea Salt Caramels

These miniature sized milk chocolates have a smooth and creamy caramel center that’s mixed with a touch of sea salt to deliver a burst of sweet and salt in each bite. Use Mini Sea Salt Caramels in baking in cookies or brownies, as toppings on frozen yogurt or ice cream, or just eat them on their own!

2. Caramel Puffs

These delicious Caramel Puffs have the airy texture of cheese puffs, but they’re sweet instead of savory. They’re coated with a light layer of caramel, resulting in a crispy, crunchy snack. They are so addictive, we could eat them all day!

3. Mini Milk Chocolate Caramel Cups

They look like tiny peanut butter cups, but these Mini Milk Chocolate Caramel Cups are filled with smooth caramel and coated with decadent milk chocolate. They’re great for baking in brownies or topping cakes and frozen yogurt, and all by themselves!

4. Old-Fashioned Caramels

Unwrapping one of these chewy caramels is like stepping back into your childhood. Sink your teeth into this chewy treat and savor its buttery goodness! Caramels are great for baking, as well as enjoying on their own.

5. Caramel Corn

Caramel Coated Popcorn is a classic for good reason! Fluffy popcorn is coated in smooth caramel for a satisfyingly crunchy, chewy snack. Try Chocolate Covered Caramel Popcorn for an extra-rich treat. We also carry Sugar-Free Caramel Corn.

See our complete selection of caramel candies and other caramel goodies, such as Caramel Vanilla Coffee. Which caramel treats are your favorites?

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