- $13 for $25 worth of candy
Woody Candy Company
The family spirit shows in Woody Candy Company. The oldest family-owned candy company in Oklahoma was founded in 1927 by Claude Woody Sr. and his wife Lucille, and the portrait of Claude Sr. that hangs in the flagship location was painted by his son, Claude Woody Jr., who also ran the business for more than 30 years. While the leadership has changed to the Jackson family with Claude Jr. acting as president emeritus, one thing has remained: crafting sweet treats with the very same recipes that call for fresh sweet cream and bittersweet chocolate.
In the chocolate turtles, rich caramel tangles with texas pecans, while the peanut brittle is stretched to a melt-in-your-mouth thinness by the very same machine they've used since 1927. The shop also crafts regional favorite Aunt Bill's Brown Candy, a creamy delight made with pecans, unlike Aunt Bill's Blue Candy, which earns its color from melted crayons.