Translation of candy in Spanish:

candy

golosinas, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈkandi//ˈkændi/

noun

  • 1

    (confectionery)
    (feminine plural) golosinas
    (masculine plural) dulces Latin America River Plate
    • Albanians enjoy a variety of candies, cookies, custards, sweet breads, and preserves.
    • These are hard peppermint candies with a chocolate filling.
    • But most cereals are full of sugar and flavored like candy, cookies or doughnuts.
    • Simple sugars such as candy and sodas will give you a quick energy high and then drop you flat in mood and strength.
    • Children and adults wearing braces have to be aware of candies with caramel and nuts.
    • Unlike refined sugars found in candy and desserts, these simple sugars bring energy in a nutritious way.
    • It didn't take long to arrive at Sweet Treats, her favourite candy store in Greenwood, where all varieties of chocolates and candies were sold.
    • More than most candies, fudge requires precision in temperature and technique.
    • And the restaurant sells its own line of chocolate candies, brownies, and sumptuous dessert toppings from a retail counter up front.
    • Write down everything that you eat including cakes, candies and snacks.
    • I pass the video games and unattended snack bar, noting that there are candies on display.
    • Use a variety of candies to decorate, like raisins, red hots, gum drops, etc.
    • Chew sugarless gum, suck on sugarless candy, and drink plenty of unsweetened fluids.
    • I answer through a mouthful of chocolate candies.
    • These sweeteners are most often found in sugar-free candies, gum and ice cream.
    • Sweetmeats are candies while sweetbreads, which aren't sweet, are meat.
    • First prize was a large piece of maple-sugar candy with walnuts.
    • I stocked up on some sugar free candy for the train trip, and strolled back.
    • At one store, they found a very large assortment of fine candies and chocolates.
    • Other studies of potato chips and chocolate candies show drastic increases in snacking when the subject is given a larger bag of food.
  • 2

    (individual piece)
    caramelo masculine
    dulce masculine Latin America River Plate