Sweets Starting With Y

Are you trying to find all of the sweets that start with the letter Y? Well, your search is at an end. Here they all are for you:


Yellowman (sometimes referred to as Yellaman or Yellow Man) is a chewy, bright, bubbly yellow, toffee-textured honeycomb that comes from Northern Ireland.

It is sold in blocks and chips, often in smaller portioned bags.

While it is similar to honeycomb toffee, it is a little more solid in texture.

Yellowman is typically made of brown sugar, golden syrup, butter, vinegar, and bicarbonate of soda. However, there are several variations in ingredients and recipes.


Yorkie is a brand of a chocolate bar, produced by Nestle.

While there is an original milk chocolate flavor, other variations include:

  • Raisin & Biscuit
  • Honeycomb
  • Biscuit
  • Yorkie Pro (a protein-based version).

There have also been others, such as Orange, Peanut, Almond, and The Nutter but all have since been discontinued.

Yellow Belly Snakes

These popular jelly snakes are a pick-and-mix favorite. Although they do weigh a lot!

In the shape of a snake, these gummies have two sides to them, a fruit-flavored gummy top and a foam-based underbelly.

Yorkshire Mix

Yorkshire mix is a sweet mix made of up to 18 individual boiled sweets, of various different flavors (mostly fruit, aniseed, and peppermint).

Here are just some of the sweets flavors popular included in this mix:

  • Aniseed Humbug
  • Banana
  • Butter Drop
  • Cherry
  • Mints Humbugs
  • Lemon Slice
  • Lime Tablets
  • Pear Drop
  • Pineapple
  • Raspberry
  • Strawberry
  • Tangerine Slice

So just four sweets that start with the letter Y. But they are all still worth knowing!

Besides, what is better than those long yellow belly snakes you get at the cinema!

Want to discover the sweets by the alphabet? Then keep reading through them: