Host of Food Network's Kid in a Candy Store, Adam Gertler tours the M&M's factory in Cleveland, TN, where they're creating their latest flavor, a mouthwatering combination of sweet and salty.
At Co Co. Sala, dessert takes center stage as diners can skip dinner and head straight to dessert. On Kid in a Candy Store, Adam Gertler marvels at Co Co. Sala's menu featuring three-course and five-course dessert plates with goodies such as espresso panna cotta and chocolate cake with rum syrup.
For more than 35 years, Melville Candy Company has been strolling down memory lane with fanciful handmade lollipops. Today that includes lollipops made into the shapes of vegetables, bacon or a replica of Adam Gertler's face. For a real treat, try the maze lollipop that's a game and candy in one!
Host Adam Gertler visit the Peeps & Company store, in National Harbor, MD, where a local artist is creating tasty, candy art using the classic marshmallow confections, on Food Network's
With locations in Qatar and Turkey (and several in California), Yummy Cupcakes has truly brought its unique cupcakes to the world. The rotating menu features more than 280 flavors, like Green Tea Wasabi Cupcakes and Tomato Soup Spice Cupcakes, which are surprisingly moist, but mostly yummy.
Come time for Halloween, the DeBrito Chocolate Factory has amped up the simple caramel apple into a treat chock-full of creative flavors. Adam Gertler's favorite had to be the caramel apple topped with cotton candy. But for those in need of a pick-me-up, try The Jolt! made with coffee toffee.
When Adam Gertler stopped by Sweet's Candy Company in Salt Lake City on Kid in a Candy Store, he discovered some truly wacky taffy in Candy Corn, Bubble Gum and Margarita flavors, as well as jazzy orange sticks and jelly beans. They were so delicious, Adam thought he ''died and went to candy town.''
Host Adam Gertler gets a behind-the-scenes look into the Hostess' factory in Biddeford, ME, to see how one of America's classic snack cakes, the Hostess Sno Ball, is made, on Food Network's Kid in a Candy Store.
Adam Gertler, host of Food Network's Kid in a Candy Store, takes a tour at Hershey's in Hershey, PA, and enjoys the classic Reese's Peanut Butter Pumpkins.
These marshmallows aren't your typical s'more stuffer. At Plush Puffs, they've re-engineered the humble mallow into an artisan confection with flavors like caramel swirl, lemony meringue and chocolate chipetta. For big marshmallow fanatics, order "The Big One," a whopping 2-pound marshmallow.
The chocolates at Eclipse Chocolate not only come in elegant designs and flavors, but they're a sustainable confection too. Eclipse uses only Guillard Chocolate for its signature Rocky Mountain chocolate bar, made with all-natural vanilla bean marshmallows and gray sea salt sprinkled on top.
Host of Food Network's Kid in a Candy Store, Adam Gertler visits the Dippin' Dots Store, in Metropolis, IL, where they scoop out of their famous ice cream beads in the planet's largest Dippin' Dots store.
Although made in Chicago, Eli's cheesecake, made with a butter cookie crust, has made many New Yorkers converts. Eli's has been making 200 varieties of cheesecake since 1980, including a Turtle Cheesecake and a Blood Orange Champagne Cheesecake, available as part of the Couture Sampler.
Host of Food Network's Kid in a Candy Store, Adam Gertler is on the hunt for the coolest twists on cake and a trip to Kickass Cupcakes, a cupcake shop in Somerville, MA, leads to a decadent deep fried cupcake sundae.
When people think of ice cream, their first thought probably isn't ''unbelievably spicy,'' but that's exactly what you get with the Cold Sweat ice cream at Sunni Sky's in Angier, N.C. Filled with habanero chiles, hot sauce and even the infamous ghost chile, it knocked Adam Gertler's socks off.