Unicorns Radz Foamz Candy Dispensers Review

*I received product mentioned in this post for free in exchange for my review and feedback. All opinions are 100% my own.*

Unicorns Radz Foamz Candy Dispensers are even more cute than the Unicorns Radz Twists Dispensers if that is even possible. These are fun too because they are blind bags so you don’t even know what you are going to get. We had four of them and ended up getting two different ones. Each one comes with a mini poster and candy too. They are all pretty cute so I really don’t have a personal favorite. Although purple is one of my favorite colors. 

Meet The Unicorns

There are three different Unicorns in this series and a Mystery Unicorn. That makes four different ones you can collect. They come in pastel colors of purple, blue, pink, and white. I am not sure what color the mystery one is. With the twist dispensers there is a yellow one so maybe the mystery foamz one is yellow. Don’t quote me on that because I can’t be sure. The names of the Unicorns are Rainbow Shine (purple), Princess Twilight (blue), and Starlight Sparkle (white). Those are just the regular ones. Along with the mystery unicorn, there are limited edition ones out there.

The Candy

There are four flavors of the candy. Berry Sparkle, Fruit Shimmer, Gumdrop Swirl, and Cherry Shine. Sounds like Unicorn flavors don’t they? Anyway, they are a hard candy with a candy coating. They aren’t sour but they are tangy and sweet. I think it’s more sweet than tangy though. I thought the candy was pretty good. My kids really like it too.

The Mini Posters

The mini posters are also really cute. They either feature one or two of the unicorns or they have a cute saying on them. My daughter loves the one she got that says, “Always be yourself unless you can be a unicorn. Then always be a unicorn“. She is obsessed with unicorns. She took her mini posters to school to hang inside her locker.

They are soft and a little squishy!

How fun is that?! They can’t be completely squished because of the canister inside that holds the candy but they are pretty soft. And they can be squished a little. I don’t know what it is about squishy things but I love squishy things. I don’t know who likes squishy things more. Me or my kids.

They also have a clip!

These can easily be clipped onto backpacks, belt loops or even clipped to a key ring. That way they can be taken anywhere. I mean, who doesn’t want to have a unicorn with them all the time? At first the clips were a little hard to use but after they have been clipped on and taken off something a few times, they became a little easier to clip.

Final Thoughts….

Well, the candy is pretty good. They are super cute and are kind of squishy. They can be clipped to just about anything so you can take them with you. A squishy unicorn with candy is pretty cool. They are fun to collect and so are the mini posters. Sometimes you don’t get the same mini poster with the same unicorns either. So if you do happen to get another of the same dispenser, you still might get a different poster.

Another thing that I like about the candy is that it is also gluten-free, peanut-free and certified kosher. Filling the candy is super easy. You just flip open the bottom of the unicorn and fill it. Easy peasy. The tab that opens to fill the candy snaps closed pretty well too. The kids have never had an issue with it just popping open on it’s own. We think they are pretty cool!

Buy It: You can find these Unicorns Radz Foamz Candy Dispensers at stores like Walmart and Target. The suggested retail price is $3.99 each. Look for their other character series as well!

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Disclaimer: I was not compensated for this post. However, I received free product(s) mentioned in this post from a representative of Radz Brands in exchange for my honest review.  All opinions expressed in my review are 100% my own.

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