Peanut Butter Candy
Peanut butter is the unsung hero of the candy world. Considered by many as chocolate's best companion, peanut butter proves itself more than capable of standing alone. The flavorful spread also pairs surprisingly well with other ingredients. Unsurprisingly, people all over the world reach for peanut butter candy when they need a satisfying snack.
Peanut butter with chocolate is a classic pairing in candy bars. Fifth Avenue bars have a nutty center enveloped by milk chocolate. Butterfinger bars have a very unique, crispy center that is the product of mixing peanut butter with hard candy. Clark Bars have a taffy-spun center that is mixed with peanut butter and covered with milk chocolate.
Atkinson's produces several types of peanut butter-flavored candies. Peanut butter bars are bite-sized and have a light, crispy texture. A chocolate cow is a creamy chocolate caramel chew. Chik-O-Sticks are bright orange, crispy peanut butter-flavored rods that are rolled in toasted coconut.
No discussion on peanut butter candy is complete without mentioning peanut butter cups. Many candy-makers produce peanut butter cups. Most people credit Reese's for introducing peanut butter cup candies to the marketplace. The brand now produces peanut butter cups in seasonal shapes and with added ingredients like pretzels. Palmer and Asher also produce holiday-themed peanut butter-filled chocolate candies.
Palmer also has white chocolate-covered peanut butter hearts for those who avoid milk and dark chocolate. Another alternative for those who don't like chocolate, Boyer Butterscotch Smooth Peanut Butter Cups have a silky, buttery flavor.
Peanut butter kisses are popular around Halloween. These peanut butter chews are individually-wrapped in orange and black wrappers.
We have your favorite classic peanut butter candy brands. We also feature some brands that offer a new twist on the old favorites.