Hershey’s Halloween Snack Size Assortment, 100-Count Bag

October 4, 2015 - Comment

Halloween Hershey’s Candy Snack Size Assortment, 100-Count, 36.92-Ounce Bag Why choose just one delicious Hershey’s candy this Halloween? With this fun-filled assortment you get five Hershey’s favorites in one bag: Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Tombstones, Reese’s Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Pumpkins, Kit Kat Wafer Bars, Jolly Rancher Lollipops, and Twizzlers Twists! It’s ideal for Halloween candy

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Halloween Hershey’s Candy Snack Size Assortment, 100-Count, 36.92-Ounce Bag

Why choose just one delicious Hershey’s candy this Halloween? With this fun-filled assortment you get five Hershey’s favorites in one bag: Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Tombstones, Reese’s Milk Chocolate Peanut Butter Pumpkins, Kit Kat Wafer Bars, Jolly Rancher Lollipops, and Twizzlers Twists! It’s ideal for Halloween candy and party favors!

Halloween Hersheys Candy Snack Size Assortment, 100-Count, 36.92-Ounce Bag Make Goody Bags for Trick-or-Treaters

Thrill trick-or-treaters by putting a handful of these candies into small treat bags.

Make a Halloween Piñata

Fill a spooky piñata with these chocolate treats at your next Halloween party!

Treat Yourself

Toss a piece of candy in your lunchbox or purse for a sweet pick-me-up.

The Hershey Legacy The Hershey Legacy

The story of Hershey’s Chocolate begins with Milton S. Hershey. Raised as a poor farm boy, Hershey became fascinated with chocolate-making at the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition. Hershey founded the Hershey Chocolate Company in 1894, and built the world’s largest chocolate factory in 1903. He then created the industrial town of Hershey, Pennsylvania, where workers enjoyed comfortable homes, inexpensive public transport, and quality public schools. In 1909, Hershey and his wife established a school for orphan boys. Hershey eventually endowed the bulk of his wealth to this school, including ownership of the Hershey Chocolate Company. For more than a century, the Milton Hershey School has enriched the lives of countless children in need. The town of Hershey, Pennsylvania has provided employment, recreation, and culture. And The Hershey Company has brought smiles to people around the world.

Trick-or-Treat Critter Cups Creating these crafty critters is sure to be a Halloween hit! Trick-or-Treat Critter Cups

Black Cat: 1. Using the wire cutters, cut a white pipe cleaner (chenille stems) into 4 equally sized pieces. 2. Thread three of the cut white chenille stems through the pink pony bead. Spread the chenille stems out like whiskers. 3. Set the cup upright. Glue the pink pony bead on the cup for the nose. 4. Cut two small triangle shapes out of the black craft foam for the ears. 5. Glue the ears to the inside – the front of the cup. 6. Glue the wiggle eyes above the nose and whiskers. 7. Cut the black chenille stem to a suitable length and curl it like a cat’s tail. Glue the last piece of chenille stem to the back of the cup. 8. Let it dry completely. 9. Fill with treats.

Baby Bat: 1. Cut a single bat wing out of black craft foam and, using the glue gun, glue to the back of the cup. Let dry. 2. Cut two triangles out of the black foam for the bat’s ears. Glue to the inside front of the cup. 3. Glue two wiggle eyes to the front of the cup near center. 4. Cut two small triangles out of the white foam sheet for teeth and glue these to the front of the cup below the eyes. 5. Let it dry completely. 6. Fill with treats.

Monster: 1. Cut a jagged hairline from the black craft foam sheet below a straight edge. Glue the hairline to the top of the cup, with the straight edge at the top. Wrap a rubber band around the hair to hold in place while it dries. 2. Cut a two-inch piece of black chenille stem below the hair for your monster’s eyebrow. 3. Below the eyebrow, glue two wiggle eyes close together. 4. Glue an orange pony bead below the eyes for a nose. 5. Cut two bolt shapes out of the white foam sheet and glue them on the back of the cup. Position them so that they stick out and are easily visible from the front of the cup. 6. Let it dry completely. 7. Fill with treats.

Mummy: 1. Cut out a “T” shape from the green craft foam. Glue the “T” shape to the front of the cup. 2. Cut out a set of lips from the green craft foam. Using a black marker, draw a line to create the illusion of two lips. Glue the lips below the “T” shape on the front of the cup. 3. Tear a sheet of paper towel into small strips. Using glue, attach the strips of paper to the cup, but only partially cover the “T” shape. Be sure to leave the lips uncovered. 4. When the entire cup is covered with the paper towel “bandages,” glue two eyes to the top of the “T” shape. 5. Next glue a green pompom onto the front for a nose. 6. Fill with treats.

Craft Supplies 6-ounce or smaller black and green plastic cupsBlack pipe cleaners or chenille stems1 white chenille stemBlack, white, and green craft foamScissorsLow temperature hot glue gun and glue sticksWire cuttersOrange and Pink pony beadsWiggle eyesRubber band1 sheet of paper towel1 green pompomBlack markerA variety of Halloween Hershey’s chocolates and candies

Comments

TBDave says:

Lots Of Whoppers – Few Kit Kats Just received a bag and this was the breakdown. I’m sure everyone’s bag will vary. But if you don’t like Whoppers, you might want to pick a different bag.Whoppers – 52Hershey Bars – 20Reese’s Cups – 18Kit Kats – 13TOTAL – 103 Pieces

tazapril says:

More Whoppers than Candy Bars This is a pretty good price for the product. However, there are WAY MORE Whoppers than candy bars which is disappointing. Whoppers are my least favorite of this variety.

NV9 says:

Yikes This is a great deal, in stores around our area it retails for around $12. I must agree with the other reviews. The chocolate does come melted. It may be during the shipping process but this all could have been eliminated by proper shipping and packing. And also to confirm with the other review…there are LOTS of Whoppers. Those things are disgusting, they make up about half of the bag.

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