December 22, 2010
Hammond's Candy Canes And Ribbon Candy
Posted by Kevin Sharkey
The signature candy for Christmas is the the candy cane -- the variety of colors the sweet comes in makes it ideal for all sorts of holiday decorating.
Several candy canes and ribbon candy from Hammond's Candies arrived at my office and Martha and I fell in love with them. Hammond's has a large selection of different sized candy canes and there are many flavors to pick from.
These sweets are too perfect to eat -- take a look at these candies!
1 Hammond's has a large selection of candy canes and candy ribbon -- these candy canes are one pound!
2 These massive lollipops are a big treat!
3 The ribbon tied to the bottom is a nice touch to the candy.
4 Here is my assistant, Chavo Killingsworth. We are both holding a Hammond treat -- see how massive these candies are!
5 Ribbon candy is a beautiful sweet to gift for the holidays.
6 Here are classic colors of candy ribbon.
7 Cherry, Peppermint, and Cinnamon ribbon candy from Hammonds.
8 Some non-traditional candy ribbon -- I love the colors!
9 Ribbon candy flavors from left to right: Very Berry, Cotton Candy, Bubble Gum, and Pineapple.
10 The ribbon candy flavors may be a bit unexpected but they are very tasty and will add great color to a gift.
11 Some more candy canes that are not one pound.
12 Candy Cane flavors from left to right: Peppermint, Bubble Gum, Cinnamon, and Very Berry.
13 If you do not want to eat large candy ribbon, these bags from Hammonds have the perfect size candy ribbon packaged inside.
14 Some of the small candy ribbon out of the bag -- this flavor is mint.
15 Other small pieces of candy ribbon.
16 Instead of the full candy cane, you can purchase these peppermint barber poles from Hammonds.
17 Non-traditional candy cane flavors, from left to right: Caramel Apple, Sugar Plum, Pomegranate, and Root Beer.
When flipping through past December issues of Martha Stewart Living, I found a few candy cane inspired images that I would like to share with you ...
1 I love this display of different sizes of candy canes! A great centerpiece for your table.
2 Instead of the traditional red and white peppermint candy canes you can purchase other colors to go with your decor.
3 A different type of display of candy canes -- hook your candy canes around the edge of a bowl for a festive look.
4 Use candy canes as a hot cocoa or coffee mixer -- a festive way to add color to your dark cup of java.
5 These candy canes are made from strings of beads -- I love glittered decorations!
6 Use peppermint sticks to decorate different desserts or gingerbread houses.
7 Both edible or the beaded candy canes look gorgeous on any Christmas tree.
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