What is Sponge Candy? Either you are from Buffalo and you exclaim, “How can you not know what this amazing confection is?” or you’re from almost anywhere outside of Buffalo and you have never heard of it. But the real question is, how is sponge candy made? Sponge Candy is a light and crunchy but delicate toffee made from sugar, corn syrup, and baking soda. The recipe is very simple but produces a unique flavor reminiscent of toasted molasses. It is sometimes call honeycomb in Australia, cinder toffee in the UK, sea foam in the Pacific Northwest, fairy food in Chicago, or molasses puffs in St. Louis to name a few but none of these versions are the same as the Buffalo version and not nearly as good. Bite sized Sponge Candy has a creamy, rich chocolate outer layer and surrounds a honeycombed interior, intense with flavors of caramelized sugar and molasses overtones. We’re the original maker of sponge candy, handcrafting in small batches to deliver a fresh and exceptional taste experience, just like you remember.
Bite sized Sponge Candy with a creamy, rich chocolate surrounds a delicate interior, intense with flavors of caramelized sugar and molasses that melts in your mouth, the inside is not hard like other makers.
We’re the original maker of sponge candy, handcrafting in small batches to deliver a fresh and exceptional taste experience, just like you remember.
1 lb box has approximately 55 pieces of Sponge Candy
Also known as sea foam, angel food, or honey comb, but in Buffalo it’s called Sponge Candy.
Each box contains two sealed plastic sleeves of Sponge Candy for freshness.