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Candy Blocks are Like Edible LEGO Bricks

by Paul Strauss
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LEGO blocks are fun to play with for sure, but they’re definitely not  the kind of thing you want kids putting in their mouth and chomping on. For block-builders who like to chew on stuff, better go with Candy Blocks instead.

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These sugary building blocks have a similar shape to LEGO bricks, but are completely edible. And yes, they can be stacked and interlocked to form structures. Though keep in mind they’re a bit more fragile and crumbly than real LEGO bricks. They come in a variety of fruity flavors to match their colors, and sort of remind me of another favorite candy/toy combo – PEZ.

You can find Candy Blocks over on Amazon in packages ranging from 1 to 5.5 pounds, with prices between about $7 and $29(USD). I’m concerned that I’d end up eating half of my construction project before I could finish it.

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