Frankie Treats Bag. Light, almost lime green paper fills the top quarter of the bag and it can be recycled which we did (remember we are the only planet with chocolate, protect it!) Inside are eight types of treat, six of which are chocolate! The only ones that aren't chocolate is an 8oz bag of Jelly Pumpkins that make me remember the cupcakes I made to start of the Challenge this year and two white Halloween Pretzels that are not white chocolate only white candy coating.
We'll look at the chocolate treats one at a time but above is a photo of them together just to spark your interest, Sisters and Brothers.
Frankie Halloween Delights box. Inside are 35 individually wrapped pieces of chocolate of seven different varieties. The only one variety is labeled -- the White Peanut Cluster -- and I can only assume that is it made of the same candy coating as the White Pretzels in the box of Halloween treats so we won't focus on these but turn our attention to the other 28 pieces.
Fannie May goes back to 1920 with a single shop in Chicago but today you can find their creations in gifts shops and online. 1-800 Flowers offers holiday specific designs and gifts using Fannie May that you can't find in the shops so if these two packages interested you, you'll want to hurry up and place an order before the spirits, ghouls, and monsters report for duty on October 31st. All of the milk and dark chocolates in these two gifts are made with cocoa butter and chocolate liquor but none of what you think maybe white chocolate meet the legal definition in Europe or the USA. But then not everyone likes or can even eat chocolate -- shocking but true -- so having these non-chocolate options mean more people can share the gifts. The products in the Frankie Treat Bag were more chocolate in terms of flavor and seemed higher quality for some odd reason. Furthermore the Frankie Treat Bag has all the information you need about what is included if you have allergy concerns or merely want to know the calories. Thus the Frankie Treat Bag is superior to the other item in all ways as far as we are concerned here on The Chocolate Cult.