Candy Building Bricks
New candies on the block
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Fairytales are funny things. We never really look at the details too closely. I mean, you’d have to be pretty crazy to waltz through a wolf infested forest in just a hoody, and if seven guys of any stature kept a drugged-up princess in their house they’d be arrested before you could say ‘bears don’t eat porridge’.
Three different sizes to build with
Which is why these Candy Building Blocks make so much sense; after all, the famous gingerbread house would’ve needed some pretty solid foundations. Especially once a hungry Hansel and Gretel showed up and started munching on all the decorative icing sugar and weight bearing chocolate logs.
OK, so maybe you’re not a cannibalistic witch looking to build an extension on your candy-house in the forest, but even the Brothers Grimm would agree that these delicious LEGO-like pieces make terrific party accessories, delicious naturally flavoured treats and blocktastic contest prizes.
Perfect for sweet-toothed brick fans
Get building, sweet-tooth.
- Choking hazard. Not suitable for children under the age of 3 years
- LEGO Minifigures are not included
- Store in a cool dry place
- Due to the nature of this product, we are unable to offer our usual 30-day, no-quibble returns policy, if you later change your mind, or otherwise decide to return the product through no fault of Firebox. Click here for more info.
- Three different size bricks
- All natural flavours
- 160g per pack
- Dextrose, maltodextrin, anti-caking agent (magnesium stearate), malic acid, natural flavourings, colours: anthocyanins, curcumin, copper complexes of chlorophyllins
- No artificial colours or flavours
I remember buying these, or candy bricks at least, from woolworth's pick n mix (rip). I suspect the reason they didn't stock em for long was due to choking concerns, but parents should have the sense not to give them to kiddies. Anyhoo, I loved them and have lusted after them ever since. Thank you firebox!
Fancypants, Somerset - 11th December 2012