Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store.

It was a bajillion degrees outside here today in Minnesota! At one point our van said 101!

While I love warm weather and sunshine, even I draw the line at that hot so while we had plans that were going to keep us outside today we decided to do some re-evaluating and found some nice, cool indoor  adventure fun.

We visited Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store in Jordan, Minnesota.

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The selection is pretty amazing and overwhelming, to say the least.
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From current candy favorites to classics you can never find anymore, to licorice galore and European favorites, I’ve never seen so many different candy options in one place before.

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And an entire section devoted to bacon-lovers. While I love me some bacon, I’m not into anything else bacon related. This is one craze I just don’t get.

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We gave both littles a budget of $5 to choose some things and they had no problem filling their baskets. {One of them quicker than the other!}

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It’s a whimsy, funny, touristy store but really fun because it’s different and not the same old, same old stuff we do and see every day.

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This wasn’t even half of the glass bottled sodas available. So fun to see all the different choices and flavors.

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All in all, a good adventure day!

Have you ever been to Minnesota’s Largest Candy Store? Any other fun, novelty stores we should visit?

Comments

  1. If you are ever going through Kellogg, Lark Toys is a fun stop, too. It’s like this, but with toys instead of candy. :-) Lots of old toys on display and rooms of new toys to buy. Plus a carousel and a cafe, and it’s a fun adventure day, too!

  2. I love that store! Steve and I went there last fall with Lukas (gotta love it ~ a diabetic child in a candy store…lol). He had a lot of fun and I couldn’t believe all the candy they had! We stopped off there after we went to Emma Krumbee’s in Belle Plaine (Great place for picking pumpkins)

  3. I have passed by there going to visit a friend in Mankato but I’ve never stopped. I have been curious about it though! And I’ve been loving trying out fun sodas since I’ve been pregnant and can’t drink fun beer, so maybe it’s worth a road trip for me yet this Fall!!

  4. I went to college at Gustavus and we used to stop in the fall for treats if we were coming back from the twin cities. The store always has wonderful apples and apple baked treats in the fall, as well as delicious salsa!