Candy Coloring Pages
What's your favorite candy? Is it a chocolate bar? Gummy? Lollipop? Or maybe candy corn? Whatever it is, one thing is sure. It's that everyone has their own favorite candy. Heck, I even once saw a map that shows the favorite candies of each different state in USA. Talking about this sweet little thing, Americans spend tons of money for candy every year. Mind you, for Halloween alone, the estimated number spent for buying sweet treats is $2.5 billion. That's crazy. Obviously, it shows that not only kids love candy but also adults.
Anyway, there are some other fun facts about candy at the end of this post. Right now, if you're looking for some candy printables to color, you can pick your favorite below. Simply click on one of the thumbnails and you'll be redirected to a page where you can view the coloring pages in full resolution. All of these candy printables are free but you must only use them for personal and educational purpose. Want more fun coloring pages to fill your free time with your kids? Check out each category that seems interesting to you. I've made quite a few post to make your leisure afternoon busy. Enjoy!
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Candy Coloring Pages
Candy Fun Facts
- Candy is simply made by dissolving sugar in water. The different heating levels determine the types of candy: Hot temperatures make hard candy, medium heat will make soft candy and cool temperatures make chewy candy.
- The Snickers candy bar, which was introduced in 1929 by Frank and Ethel Mars, was named after the family horse.
- The word chocolate comes from the Aztec xocolatl, meaning bitter water. It is said that the Aztec king Montezuma so believed that chocolate was an aphrodisiac that he drank 50 golden goblets of it each day.
- In the 1800's physicians commonly advised their broken-hearted patients to eat chocolate to calm their pining.
- You want to blow a bigger bubble with gum. Here's the trick: chew gum until the sugar is gone. Sugar does not stretch and can cause the bubble to collapse early.
- Some candies, such as lollipops, candy canes, gummy bears, gum drops, licorice twist and sour balls are free of fat and cholesterol, making them a healthier treat than many people realize.
- M&M/Mars debuted the 3 Musketeers Bar in 1932. It was originally made as a three-flavor bar featuring chocolate, vanilla and strawberry nougat. In 1945, it was changed to all chocolate nougat.