Are you young enough to remember the Delfa Rolls, also called Danish Ribbons? They used to be sold by a few convenience stores in the 1960s. They were pretty hard to find because they were imported from overseas. It was a lot of fun eating Delfa Rolls because you could peel off the strips and chew on them, or just pop the entire roll in your mouth and suck on it until it was gone. You got a roll of licorice that you could separate into 4 rolls. Continue reading →
Bulk candy Store has teamed up with Marsha’s Homemade Buckeyes to give you the World’s LARGEST Buckeye and its on display RIGHT NOW at the Ohio State Fair! The Buckeye state is the perfect place to introduce this massive mountain of candy goodness!
This Buckeye weighs in at just over 300 pounds! That is equal to almost 4000 Buckeyes and a WHOLE LOT of Chocolate and Peanut Butter.
Along with this world record of a Buckeye you can also find Bulk Candy Store’s famous
Deep Fried Buckeyes at the fair too! Irresistible melted peanut butter and chocolate inside of a sweet fried funnel cake batter! Its easy to DROOL just looking at these golden sweet treats!
Bulk Candy Store’s Deep Fried Fair Treats
Did I mention you can also find Deep Fried Twinkies, Snickers, Peanut Butter and Jelly, Grilled Cheese and many more amazing recipes from our Deep Fried stand!
Brian Shenkman – Owner of Bulk Candy Store at the Deep Fried Stand
Brian from Bulk Candy Store also stocks up big time on candy for the popular candy maze that fair goers across the country love! Check out the Candy Maze in the photo below! You can be sure to find your favorites and all of the best nostalgic classics and even some savory snacks too!
World’s Largest Traveling Candy Maze by Bulk Candy Store
Do you really need any more reason to head on over to the fair before its too late to visit the World’s Largest Buckeye & The World’s Largest Traveling Candy Maze!? We don’t think so!
The holidays are barreling around the corner like a steam engine with a headless conductor…That’s right people, time to get ready for spooky fests, haunted houses, candy apples, terrifying children running the streets dressed as tiny demons, and empty candy wrappers scattered all over your house until February. We love Halloween.