Which is better: A Snickers or a Baby Ruth? We asked kids and adults to taste seven pairs of candy bar doppelgängers and name their favorites
by Carolina Santos-Neves, Epicurious
While most of us think we know what candy bar brands we prefer, only a blind taste test can reveal the truth. So we put our money where our mouths are and set our to find the best miniature (or "fun size") candies for your trick-or-treat or candy bowl stash.
To make things more interesting, we decided to pit lookalike candies against each other. Our doppelgänger contestants included Hershey's Reeses Pieces vs. Mars Peanut Butter M & Ms, Hershey's Bliss dark vs. Dove Promises Dark, and five other pairs. In addition, we had two separate panels: one composed of adults and another with kids ages 10 to 17.
Methodology: In a blind taste test, eight adult and eight kid judges compared the flavor and consistency of seven varieties of chocolates and their doppelgängers. Each judge then identified his or herRead More »from Taste Test: Halloween Chocolates