Saturday, June 16, 2012
Time Waster: Candy Math Equations
Much like my post a while back about Cereal Math Equations, this could just as easily be applied to several candy products out there that have "kin" under the same brand name as well. Some manufacturers make a wide variety of products under the same name like Snickers, M&M's, etc. So, without further delay, here is another list of equations, this time focusing on candy. Obviously I'm missing some flavors, on M&M's seasonal flavors especially, but one guy can only eat so much!
Candy Math Equation #1: Mars M&M's
Peanut M&M's > Almond M&M's > Original M&M's > Pretzel M&M's > Peanut Butter M&M's > Dark Chocolate Peanut M&M's > Dark Chocolate M&M's > Coconut M&M's
Candy Math Equation #2: Mars Snickers Bars
Peanut Butter Squared Snickers > Original Snickers > Almond Snickers
Candy Math Equation #3: Mars Twix Bars
Twix PB > Original Twix Bar
Candy Math Equation #4: Reese's Peanut Butter Products (kind of a stretch, but bear with me)
Reese's Pieces > Reese's Sticks Wafer Bar > Reese's Fast Break Bar > Reese's Peanut Butter Cups
Candy Math Equation #5: Hershey's Kisses
Hershey's Milk Chocolates with Almonds > Hershey's Milk Chocolates filled with Caramel > Hershey's White Chocolates > Hershey's Milk Chocolates > Hershey's Milk Chocolates filled with Cherry Cordial Crème > Hershey's SPECIAL DARK Mildly Sweet Chocolates
Just like cereal, this is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to candy. One thing you'll notice too is that all of these involve some sort of chocolate as I mostly only eat candy that has chocolate, nuts or both, so I kind of limit myself. I'd love to see some other suggestions on chocolate/nut products and/or sweeter candies like Nerds, Twizzler, etc. if anyone wants to chime in. I'd especially love to hear the thoughts of some of the candy bloggers out there as they are the subject matter "experts."