Questions and answers

What is a molasses kiss?

What is a molasses kiss?

molasses kissnoun. a candy kiss that resembles toffee.

What are Halloween kisses?

The Original Brand Halloween Kiss, manufactured in Quebec, is a similar lump of tasteless sugar served in orange wax paper that has been cursing trick-or-treat bags for decades. Except for 2013, when it was recalled for containing metal shavings.

Are Kerr’s molasses kisses vegan?

All Kerr’s products made without gelatin are considered vegetarian, and many are also vegan. We make Kerr’s toffees and caramels the traditional way, by slow-cooking them with ingredients such as Canadian milk, cream, and butter.

Who owns Kerr’s?

Canadian Owned: Yes It was started by two Scottish brothers who emigrated to Canada and started making candy in St. Thomas, Ontario. All Kerr’s products are manufactured in Canada, sourcing ingredients like milk, cream, butter, and maple syrup locally wherever possible.

What are the worst Halloween candies?

The 10 Worst Halloween Candies

  • Tootsie Rolls – Down one spot from #7 last year.
  • Mary Janes – Up one spot from #8 last year.
  • Wax Coke Bottles – Down 2 spots from #4 last year.
  • Necco Wafers – Up one spot from #6 last year.
  • Smarties – Up one spots from #5 last year.
  • Candy Corn, Strong Repeat Winner (Loser?)

Are Halloween kisses Canadian?

Classic Canadian Halloween Candy Kerr’s Molasses Kisses are proudly made in Canada using 10% Molasses. An old fashioned candy that was first made in the 1940s and has been loved (hated) by Canadians ever since.

Are Maynards Fuzzy Peaches vegan?

Fuzzy Peaches are one of the many vegan Maynards candies out there. Childhood favourites, that happen to be vegan! Fuzzy peaches come in a Maynards Halloween candy pack, plus are available in bigger bags in case you just want to stay at home with the lights off and eat candy alone.

Where is Kerr’s candy made?

Today, Kerr’s products are still manufactured in Ontario at the head office in Toronto. Our team focuses on creating candy suitable for all Canadians. The Kerr’s factory is peanut free, tree-nut free and gluten free.

Where does the surname Kerr come from?

Origins of the clan The name Kerr is rendered in various forms such as Kerr, Ker, Kear, Carr, Carre, and Cares. The name stems from the Old Norse kjarr which means marsh dweller, and came to Scotland from Normandy, the French settlement of the Norsemen.