International Candy Bars

Crunchie Bar
Crunchie Bar
Known throughout the Pacific as "hokey-pokey", the Crunchie Bar, a beloved Cadbury candy, has crisp, light honeycomb as its centerpiece. With a milk chocolate coating and a light, sweet center that dissolves in your mouth as you chew, the Crunchie has been a staple in the diet of many Australian and New Zealand candy lovers diet since its debut, in 1929.Lets Go Tribe!
Daim
Daim
Introduced in Sweden in the 1950s, this snappy, toffee-centered, milk chocolate-enrobed candy is rich and buttery. It blows other toffee bars, like Heath, out of the water.Lefse Time
Pineapple Lumps
Pineapple Lumps
Though not technically candy bars, Pineapple Lumps are popular New Zealand candies with such a unique taste that we had to mention them. Their yellow, Charleston Chew-ish centers, dipped in milk chocolate, add up to a sweet that is like no other. Beware, though: although each piece of it looks small, this tropical-flavored delight will glue your jaw shut and keep you chewing for hours.Sanza Shop
Silver Queen
Silver Queen
The best-selling candy bar in Indonesia, this chocolate-cashew treat is made with locally grown cacao beans and cashews.R. Bird
GooGoo Cluster
GooGoo Cluster
This hunky American original, invented by the Standard Candy Company of Nashville, Tennessee, in 1912, is made of marshmallow, caramel, and roasted peanuts shaped into a patty and covered in milk chocolate.Standard Candy Company
Plopp
Plopp
It may be onomatopoeically challenged, but the Plopp makes our list of favorite foreign candy bars because it tastes much better than it sounds. Manufactured in Sweden by Cloetta, the Plopp has been a Nordic favorite since 1949. With a soft, gooey caramel center surrounded by creamy milk chocolate and a consistency similar to that of the American treat the Rolo, this Plopp is no flop.Jake Howlett
Idaho Spud Bar
Idaho Spud Bar
Don't be alarmed; while making the Idaho Spud Bar, the folks at the Idaho Candy Company stop short of actually putting potatoes into the candy. The confection is shaped like a potato, however, and is proud to call itself the Idaho Candy Company's best-selling bar. Around since 1918, the Spud features a cocoa-flavored marshmallow center enrobed in dark chocolate and lightly dusted with coconut flakes. It also has its own online fan club where you can find recipes for such things as chocolate Spud cream pie and Idaho Spud fondue.Best Buy Candy
Big Turk
Big Turk
Jellylike, rose-scented turkish delight and chocolate may not seem like natural bedfellows, but the combination proves irresistible in this milk chocolate-covered bar from Canada.Nestle
Peppermint Crisp
Peppermint Crisp
This deceptively plain-looking candy bar, popular in Australia and South Africa, packs an unexpected punch, as its milk chocolate exterior conceals an electric blue center of crunchy peppermint crystals.Nestle