Canadian Chocolate Bars We Love!
It’s Canada’s 150th Anniversary. Canadians have so many reasons to celebrate and to be proud. From North to South and from East to West, Canada is the greatest place on Earth to live. Yes, we do have awesome heath care, cleaner air, and the amazing outdoors. Canadians are so kind and friendly and we have so many fabulous cultures to explore. We could spend days telling you about the greatness of Canada. And we will soon. But did you know Canada has some of the finest and sweetest candy treats? Yes we do!
Here is a list of the Top 20 Canadian Chocolate Candy Bars that our Candy Lovers compiled. It was hard. It was frustrating. But it was very sweet!
A Classic. Pink Turkish delight coated in Milk Chocolate. Canadians have had a love/hate relationship with this Classic Canadian Candy Bar. We love it. And so does the iconic Canadian musician Danko Jones. “I Love Big Turk and I cannot lie”
First introduced to the Canadian Market in the 1960s by Cadbury Canada. Made from sweet sponge toffee and coated in delicious Cadbury Milk Chocolate. Packaged in the distinctive gold wrapper and made in Toronto…Canada.
An old fashioned and nostalgic candy made by Hershey’s. A maraschino cherry in a sweet cherry syrup in a creamy delicious mixture of chocolate, coconut and pieces of roasted peanuts. Canadians have been loving this sweet treat since the 1890’s! Candy Queen breaks it down in this video.
Yes, Canada is a big country. And so is this Canadian Chocolate Candy Bar! Canada’s largest bar at 8 inches long and filled with a vanilla wafer, rice crisps, peanuts and caramel covered with delicious Cadbury Chocolate. When you’re this good they have to call you Mister! Made in Toronto.
Hershey’s Canada introduced this Chocolate Candy Bar to Canadians in 1983 and we’ve been devouring them ever since. A delicious slab of butter toffee drowned in rich Hershey’s milk chocolate. Every time a hockey player gets a puck into the net everyone yells the name of this bar. Proof we love it!
Originally created and made by the Walter M. Lowney Candy Company, but now owned and made by Hershey’s Canada. Eatmore is a unique candy bar made of dark toffee, peanuts, and creamy chocolate. A fascinating retro candy treat! So satisfying but yet you’ll crave more!
Canadians have know this Chocolate Candy Bar since 1928. William Lyon Mackenzie King was Prime Minister of Canada and was rumoured to have loved these bars. Who wouldn’t?! Made of Delicious Milk Chocolate mixed with Crisped Rice. Nestle Canada advises us to “Munch Now, Munch Some Later.” Ok, we can do that!
Originally made by Neilson but currently owned by Cadbury Canada. ThisChocolate Candy Bar was introduced to Canadians in 1912. Crispy Crunch is made of crispy peanut butter flake and coated with delicious Cadbury Chocolate.
Twin Sticks of biscuit cookies covered in caramel and coated in creamy milk chocolate. Made by Mars Canada. Twix was the first candy bar to combine Milk Chocolate, caramel and cookies. Sweet Geniuses!
First made in 1937 in England. Today they are made by Nestle Canada. Made from a sweet combination of chewy caramel and milk chocolate. Packaged in a roll of little pieces resembling buckets of sweetness. An old fashion candy your parents will remember from when they were kids!
10. Jersey Milk
Jersey Milk was originally made by Neilson but later sold to Cadbury Canada. A uniquely Canadian and iconic Chocolate Bar that has been enjoyed by many generations of Canadians. Pure Milk Chocolate for your soul.
Introduced to Canadians in 1951 by Mars. Bounty comes in 2 individual halves of moist coconut covered in the creamiest and most delicious milk chocolate. Also comes in Dark Chocolate.
In German, Wunderbar means marvelous. And this Chocolate Candy Bar lives up to it’s name. Creamy peanut butter mixed with light rice crisps and delicious caramel drenched with Cadbury Milk Chocolate. Marvelous indeed! Canadians have been enjoying Wunderbar since 1976.
The Mirage Chocolate bar is filled with Milk Chocolate Bubbles. So thick and delicious but light. Made with no artificial flavours by Nestle right here in Canada.
An Old Fashioned & Nostalgic Candy first made in 1937. Maltesers are a delicious malt honeycomb center covered with milk chocolate. A Canadian Candy Classic!
5. Coffee Crisp
One of the most popular Chocolate Candy Bars in Canada for over 75 years. Made with a crispy wafer with a creamy coffee flavoured fill and covered in delicious milk chocolate. Time for a Coffee Crisp break. How do you like your coffee? Crisp!
Smarties Candy has been love and enjoyed by Canadians since 1940. Smarties are made in Toronto by Nestle Canada. Eat these candy coated chocolate candies and they will make you smart. Because you are what you eat! Do you eat the red ones last?
In a vault at Cadbury’s Chocolate Factory in Toronto sits the secret recipe of how Caramilk Bars are made. First made in 1968 and this secret is still very sweetly guarded. This caramel filled chocolate candy bar is a Canadian treasure!
2. Flake Bar
Accidentally discovered by a Cadbury employee in 1922, Flake bars have become one of the most popular chocolate bars around. Delicious layers of thin and flakey Cadbury Milk Chocolate also make it on of the most unique Chocolate Bars. A fantastic choice!
1. Dairy Milk
Canada’s favourite Chocolate Candy Bar! Made in Canada at the Cadbury Chocolate Factory on Gladstone Avenue in downtown Toronto. Dairy Milk are made in many different combinations, each an exquisite treat to savour. Be sure to try each and every one. Cadbury Canada’s Chocolate is recognized as one of the world’s finest. Dairy Milk Fruit & Nut is my favourite!
Please let us know what your favourite Canadian Chocolate Candy Bar. It would be very sweet of you!