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  • Candy Trivia Number 1
    • Instructions:
    • You will be given several clues and multiple choice answers. Work together in pairs or teams and do your best!
    • Created by a former Milton Hershey employee, this candy is the result of a sugar ration during World War II which forced the creator to seek new ingredients for his candy. He turned to peanut butter and hit the jackpot! What is it called?
    • Peanut Butter Logs
    • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
    • Chick-O-Stick
    1.
    • Sales representatives originally handed these out to prospective customers. Customers loved them so much that Hershey began to package and sell them in 1938. What are they called?
    • Hershey’s Kisses
    • Hershey’s Bites
    • Hershey’s Assorted Miniatures
    2.
    • This family of popular confections began with the Papa Sucker in 1925. Ten years later it got a “Mama” and something else that was named after the dancing girls in a Broadway hit by the same name. We know this something else as . . .
    3.
    • Tootsie Pops
    • Junior Mints
    • Sugar Babies
    • This candy bar was named after the baby to be born to a president in office.
    4.
    • Baby Ruth
    • Mary Jane
    • Cracker Jack
    • Introduced in 1939, these were originally called Giants and sold 2 for a penny. Today we know them as . . .
    5.
    • Jaw Breakers
    • Lemon Drops
    • Whoppers
    • The original 3 Musketeers included three separate pieces of candy in one wrapper. Each “mini musketeer” in the package had a different flavor nougat -- chocolate, vanilla or ________ -- covered in milk chocolate.
    6.
    • Mint
    • Strawberry
    • Carmel
    • Which candy maker lost his wife in the early 1900’s because he had so many failures that she feared that she and their son would not be properly fed and clothed?
    7.
    • Milton Hershey
    • Frank Mars
    • Harry Reese
    • This candy bar gets its name from the loads of peanuts throughout and a very peanut-buttery center.
    8.
    • Payday
    • Snickers
    • Nutrageous
    • This sweet treat got its name from a salesman’s comment when he sampled it!
    9.
    • Fire Stix
    • Cracker Jacks
    • Hot Tamales
    • This candy from the 1800’s gets its name from its shape and an event it was originally associated with.
    10.
    • Hershey’s Kisses
    • Circus Peanuts
    • Bit-O-Honey
  • Answers
    • Created by a former Milton Hershey employee, this candy is the result of a sugar ration during World War II which forced the creator to seek new ingredients for his candy. He turned to peanut butter and hit the jackpot! What is it called?
    • Peanut Butter Logs
    • Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups
    • Chick-O-Stick
    1.
    • Sales representatives originally handed these out to prospective customers. Customers loved them so much that Hershey began to package and sell them in 1938. What are they called?
    • Hershey’s Kisses
    • Hershey’s Bites
    • Hershey’s Assorted Miniatures
    2.
    • This family of popular confections began with the Papa Sucker in 1925. Ten years later it got a “Mama” and something else that was named after the dancing girls in a Broadway hit by the same name. We know this something else as . . .
    3.
    • Tootsie Pops
    • Junior Mints
    • Sugar Babies
    • This candy bar was named after the baby to be born to a president in office.
    4.
    • Baby Ruth
    • Mary Jane
    • Cracker Jack
    The “Baby Ruth” was named President Grover Cleveland’s daughter, Ruth!
    • Introduced in 1939, these were originally called Giants and sold 2 for a penny. Today we know them as . . .
    5.
    • Jaw Breakers
    • Lemon Drops
    • Whoppers
    • The original 3 Musketeers included three separate pieces of candy in one wrapper. Each “mini musketeer” in the package had a different flavor nougat -- chocolate, vanilla or ________ -- covered in milk chocolate.
    Strawberry 6.
    • Mint
    • Strawberry
    • Carmel
    • Which candy maker lost his wife in the early 1900’s because he had so many failures that she feared that she and their son would not be properly fed and clothed?
    7.
    • Milton Hershey
    • Frank Mars
    • Harry Reese
    Frank Mars was the creator of such goodies as Reese’s Peanut Butter Cup, Snickers, Milkyway, and the 3 Musketeer.
    • This candy bar gets its name from the loads of peanuts throughout and a very peanut-buttery center.
    8.
    • Payday
    • Snickers
    • Nutrageous
    • This sweet treat got its name from a salesman’s comment when he sampled it!
    9.
    • Fire Stix
    • Cracker Jacks
    • Hot Tamales
    In 1896, the salesman’s comment was, “That’s a cracker jack!”
    • This candy from the 1800’s gets its name from its shape and an event it was originally associated with.
    10.
    • Hershey’s Kisses
    • Circus Peanuts
    • Bit-O-Honey
  • Bonus
    • Introduced in 1993, I am a miniature milk chocolate kiss enrobed by white chocolate and striped with ribbons of milk chocolate. What is my name?
    Bonus Hershey’s Hugs
  • Candy Trivia PPT Game by Bro Larry