Sour Patch Kids Jelly Beans Are Here to Make Your Easter Basket SO Much Better

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Your favorite candy is joining in on the jelly bean craze!

Everyone loves peanut butter eggs and chocolate bunnies, but it seems like every year candy brands try to outdo one another with fun new releases. So far, Easter 2020 is shaping up to be the year of the jelly bean. Peeps launched its own jelly beans last month and Swedish Fish jelly beans hit shelves a few weeks ago. Now, Sour Patch Kids have joined the fray with their own version!

Introducing Sour Patch Kids Jelly Beans

Frankford Candy, the maker of Peeps, is responsible for the new Sour Patch Kids Jelly Beans that come in five multi-colored and fruity flavors: blue raspberry, lemon, lime, orange and the mysterious redberry. Each bean is coated in that sweet-and-sour dust you know and love.

We know they’re new, but these candies are already a contender for our list of the best Easter candy.

Where Can I Find Them?

No need to scour your local supermarket’s aisles for all of your sour candy needs. You can grab a 13-ounce bag of Sour Patch Kids Jelly Beans for pick-up at Target and other retailers for $2.99 this Easter season.

While you’re shopping, go ahead and add some other new Easter candy to your cart. We’re excited about the Starburst jelly beans, available in four different varieties. Plus, a small carton of Krispy Kreme flavored Easter Jelly Bellys is just $1. And if that’s not enough, you can also find Welch’s jelly beans on Amazon. Each bag has five different flavors—from concord grape to white grape peach to raspberry!

While you're waiting, try these homemade Easter treats.
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