October 31, 2012
Win $25 See's Candies Gift Card
Their chocolate does not contain high fructose corn syrup or preservatives. Most of their products are gluten free and are free of dyes. My philosophy is if you are going to have some chocolate why not have some that is made with good quality ingredients.
My favorite pieces that they offer are the Dark Patties (Rich chocolate caramel with a touch of vanilla and covered in rich dark chocolate.), raspberry truffle (Truffle center of dark chocolate, cream and raspberries covered in rich dark chocolate and decorated with white chocolate lace.), P-Nut Crunch (Flakey brittle center with peanuts and peanut butter covered in smooth milk chocolate). you can create your own custom filled box, which is what I did, and I LOVED the truffles and anything with caramel or peanut butter. They also offer lollipops, candy bars, brittle and more!
They make excellent holiday gifts!!!
WIN IT: $25 See's Candies Gift Card
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