Everyone has a secret sweet tooth that they can’t hide, which makes candy gift baskets the perfect gift for any friend, loved one, or colleague, not matter what the occasion may be. We’ve done the hard work and chosen our favorites – keep reading for our list of epic gift baskets.
Ultimate Candy Gift Box
Perfect for students or those with a sweet tooth, this Care Crate Ultimate Candy Snack Box will keep their cravings satisfied for a long, long time. With a whopping 40 pieces included, 20 of those are full sized bars so they’re ideal for eating when hunger really strikes.
A great gift for adults who want to take a trip down Memory Lane, this Retro Candy Gift Box is packed with childhood favorites from the 1980s. Containing more than 50 pieces of candy, the selection includes yummy faves such as Gobstoppers, Runts, and Gold Mine Bubble Gum Nuggets.
Send someone the sweetest gift of all with a Sugarwish. You choose the size of the pack, and they will receive a gift card along with a message from you. Then all they need to do is select their candies, cookies, popcorn, or snacks and wait for the deliciousness to arrive.
This set could be just what the doctor ordered for anyone who’s getting over surgery or an illness. Packed with medical-themed candies, this pack contains five delicious bandages for all kinds of booboos, a large chocolate syringe, jelly bean pills in a dosage box, and a pad for repeat prescriptions of lovely things.
If they’re more of a sour than a sweet kind of snacker, this care package will make a most welcome gift. Measuring 10” x 7” x 3”, this box is jam-packed with tongue-curling candies, including Haribo Sour Gold Bears, Cry Babies, Tear Jerkers, and dozens more to tempt the tastebuds.
Set them up for a great night’s viewing with this Redbox Movie Night Gift Basket. Perfect for Date Night or Mates Night, this reusable popcorn container comes with popcorn, snacksize Oreos, Fruit Roll Up, Starburst and lots more, as well as a code to rent a movie for free.
Take them back to 1981 with this retro box of delicious treats. Perfect for anyone who was born in that year, this collection includes old favorites such as Jaw Busters, Sweet Tarts, Ring Pops, and of course Bazooka Gum for blowing the biggest, pinkest, stickiest bubbles ever!
They won’t be stuck for something sweet to eat for a while once they have this awesome hamper in their hands. Packed with 18 full sized items, the Chewy Candy Bliss Gift Box is perfect for movie nights or studying, and includes treats such as Skittles, Swedish Fish, and Lifesavers Gummies.
We all have at least one friend who is a true chocoholic, and this box will make sure they are well stocked up with their favorite goodies. With the likes of Snickers, Milky Ways, and KitKats, this box is packed with 21 full-sized candy bars that’s great for sharing, and even better for stashing!
Whether they were born in the 1990s or it holds a special place in their heart, this box of retro candy will make a tasty gift. Delivered in a 90s-inspired box with graffiti-style graphics, this box contains more than 67 pieces of candy, from Hubba Bubba Bubble Tape to Too Tarts Spray Candy.
Remind them of the heady days of Abba and VW Beetles with a box full of 70s inspired goodies. As nostalgic on the inside as it is on the out, this box contains some of the childhood favorites from the decade, including Laffy Taffy, Whistle Pops, and Chupa Chups lollipops.
Bring all the fun of Trick or Treating to their home any day of the year with a Bite Sized Candy Care Package. Holding 50 pieces of delicious candy, this pink box is home to a sampler of some of the candy world’s most favorite treats, like Skittles, M&Ms, and Starburst.
Flowers are nice, but isn’t a bouquet of candy so much more endearing? This DIY gift idea can be adapted to suit their tastes or match a color scheme, and it’s a lot of fun to make. Simply choose their favorite treats, stick them to sticks, and arrange them in a pretty vase.
Give someone the sweetest bouquet of all by following this tutorial on how to make Lollipop Flowers. Using just lollipops, tape, and crepe paper streamers, you can create as many of these adorable blooms as you like, then stand them in a glass or bucket and finish off with a matching ribbon.
Take inspiration from this cute blog post and you will never be stuck for gift ideas again. Super simple to make, all you need is a colorful bucket, florist’s foam, tissue paper and skewers, and of course, lots of delicious candy bars to create the edible blooms.
Make a ‘vase’ or holder out of four larger candy boxes, and you will have the base for a tasty bunch of candy flowers. Incredibly easy to make, just tape or glue candy bars onto lollipop sticks or skewers, arrange them in the ‘vase’, and finish it off with a pretty matching ribbon.
How To Make A Soda Can Candy Bouquet | Miss Kopy Kat
Candy and Coca Cola is a match made in Heaven for anyone with a taste for the sweeter things in life. Using an unopened soda can as the base, this post shows you how to create a generous array of candy blooms that fan out from the top of the can.
You could make this bouquet as cute or as extravagant as you like, just by adding more or less candy. Choose a bucket with their favorite theme on it which they can use once the goodies are all gone, and then dress it all up with fancy, matching tissue paper.
Use theater box candy to make an edible ‘vase’ for this sweet idea, and almost all of this bouquet will be edible. Glue them together to form a square shape, and then stuff it with as many candy bars as you can, dressing it up with colored cellophane and a pretty ribbon.
Make this adorable candy gift basket and you can add some pretty artificial flowers or greenery to really dress it up. You could also use a nice pot if they like plants, so they can use it again and again – just add Styrofoam and skewers with loads of chocolate and candy attached.
This is a great way to give someone a totally personalized gift with a sweet twist – a photo mug or travel cup that’s filled with candy! Use their favorite snaps when having the mug created, and then add about a dozen miniature candy bars by attaching them to skewers and sticking them into foam.