Saturday, October 21, 2017

RM Palmers Delicious Chocolate Candy for Halloween

We received a sample in exchange for a honest an unbiased review.



We received multiple chocolate candies from R.M.Palmer to taste and share for our opinions and review.



The Creeper's Peeper's mix is a 20oz bag of chocolate filled balls that are individually wrapped in a foil, looking like an eye ball. It's an appropriate theme for the Halloween season. Body parts always make a great big hit. The flavors include fudge, caramel and peanut butter, so there's a little bit of something everyone will enjoy. We found these to be smooth and delicious!



These silly and cute chocolate balls have quickly become one of our favorite Halloween treats this year. We all love caramel filled chocolate.  RM Palmer chocolate is a made with high quality ingredients giving the chocolate a delicious taste. They are a perfect choice for all your Halloween and Christmas candy needs.



The Trick or Treat Mix with Cookies & Creme Zombies is a 44 ounce bag that contains an assortment of candy including Fudge Skulls, decorated Pumpkin Peanut Butter Cups, Double Crisp Witches and new Cookies and Crème Zombies. While the adults were discussing the great flavors the children were all impressed with the design. I think the Zombies won.



Twisted Pumpkins is an assortment of candy wrapped in fun, twisted foil wrappers flavored caramel apple and pumpkin spice inside a rich chocolaty shell. This bag is available in 12 ounce and 20 ounce bags. These were a bit different tasting in a yummy way!



Since 1948 R.M. Palmer Company has been crafting seasonal chocolate novelties. What began as one man's dream has grown into a collection of holiday novelties loved by millions of people. Today, 850 dedicated employees design, produce, package and ship more than 500 unique products from Palmer's headquarters in West Reading, PA making it one of America's largest and most innovative confectioners.

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16 comments:

  1. Love the eyeballs!

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  2. Looks like some sweet treats! I never heard of this brand.

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  3. These all sound delicious! Of course I am a chocoholic! I have never seen these in the stores or I would have bought a bag or two to give out--MAYBE or MAYBE NOT. Maybe I'd have to buy 4 bags--1 for them and 3 for ME!!

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  4. I adore chocolate and the bad thing about Halloween is I want to sample everything. I'm guilty of purchasing treats for the children who come knocking at my door and searching through the bags to pick out the candies I like and hiding them in my secret stash... Empty latte tin. Shh.

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  5. I like the sound of them all but especially the twisted pumpkins, sounds delicious!!

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  6. I love chocolate candy! It's my hands down favorite type! Especially 3 musketeers

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  7. The packaging on these treats is awesome. I'm definitely a fan of the eyeballs! Super creepy for Halloween. And, now I want some candy! haha

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  8. My favorite has to be the twisted pumpkin chocolate candy. It taste good and chocolaty. Yum! Perfet treats for halloween.

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  9. There's always some unique candies out at Halloween! These look delicious and spooky, thanks for sharing!

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  10. I have to stock up on these candies. We are expecting a lot of children knocking on our doors for treats this year. This I am sure they'll love to have these candies in their baskets.

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  11. This is perfect candies for Halloween trick or treat. I am going to buy this all for my kids trick or treat.

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  12. There's a lot of candies at Halloween and I love it. I will check those spooky candies. I will recommend this to my loving niece.

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  13. I love candies!
    Great review!
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  14. So yummy, the eyeballs are perfect for the kids! Happy Halloween!

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  15. Had no Idea they had been around since the 1940's!!

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