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Exploring Sweet Possibilities: 3 Yummy Ways to Use Freeze Dried Candy

With lightweight, airy textures that melt in your mouth to intense and enhanced classic flavors, it's no wonder freeze dried candy has taken the snacking world by storm. Popside Candy, a small, family-owned freeze dried candy company, offers premium tasty flavors ranging from decadently sweet to mouth-puckering sour.


At Popside Candy, we're all about innovating and creating a new and fun snacking experience. Continue reading to learn how our dynamic assortment of flavors allows you to experiment and take your culinary creations to the next level.


1. Crunchy Ice Cream Toppings

Elevate your next ice cream sundae with Popside Candy. Swap out the gooey and messy caramel sauce with a handful of crushed freeze dried Caramel puffs. for a delightful combination of crunchy and creamy that is simply irresistible.


2. Creative Cocktails

With its unique melt-in-your-mouth texture and enhanced classic flavors, our freeze dried candy puffs can add a fun twist to your favorite cocktail or mocktail. Drop a freeze dried Sour Puff or Blue Raspberry puff into your beverage and watch as the candy dissolves into a visually stunning concoction right before your eyes. Perfect for your next get together or party!


3. Baking Bliss

Freeze dried candy can be a delightful addition to various baked goods, adding both flavor and a unique and satisfying crunch. Fold freeze dried Fruity puffs into rice krispy treats for a heavenly gooey and crunchy combo, packed with intense fruity flavors in each bite-sized piece.

Looking to take your cheesecake to the next level and WOW your guests? Crush up freeze dried Peanut Brittle or Coconut Brittle and sprinkle on top for an extra crunchy bite of flavor.


The next time you're craving something sweet, reach for Popside Candy and let your imagination run wild with these innovative and yummy ideas. Make sure to tag us in any creations! Happy snacking!



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