Candy Sprites, as they appeared in "Big Rock Candy Flim-Flam"
| Character Information|
|Voiced by||Deanna Oliver (Tangy, left) and Sherri Stoner (Sweetie)|
|Hair||Light red (Tangy) / Light purple (Sweetie)|
Candy Sprites are the creatures who are obsessed with all kinds of candies, living in the Enchanted Forest. In the episode "Big Rock Candy Flim-Flam" are two Candy Sprites, Sweetie (voiced by Sherri Stoner) and Tangy (voiced by Deanna Oliver), who search for Grandmommers Whimsical's fudge and The 7D's big rock candy.
Tangy is pink skinned, wears a yellow shirt with a brown bow tie attached to it, brown-and-light brown striped pants and orange shoes, and has orange hair with two brown bow ties attached to each end. Sweetie is light blue skinned, wears a pink-and-magenta striped dress with an image of a heart, and purple hair with its top shaped like tubes with a blue bow tie holding them together; and she carries around with her a pink bag. Both sprites have pointed ears and wings on their backs.
In the show
The Candy Sprites cause the explosion of a huge candy rock needed to power the Tick Tock Clock Tower, the source of time for Jollywood. All time halts, causing Grandmommers Whimsical to stand still at her Sky Bucket on her way to Queen Delightful's castle around midnight. To avoid Jollywood being stuck at midnight forever, The 7D locate another candy rock at their mine and transport it to the clock on their train. The replacement catch the eyes of the Candy Sprites, and they proceed to rob The 7D's train. The dwarfs fend them off, and they successfully installed the replacement candy rock at the tower. Whimsical finally arrives at her great-great-great granddaughter's, and together they commence a candy party, enticing the sprites once more, and the sprites took some of the candy with them.
- Candy Sprites are also known as Candius Spritius (as Doc said in the same episode).
- Following the above alternative name of Candy Sprites, the name is pretty similar to the Jolly-Go-Jumbo fish's one, which is Fishimus Largimus (as Doc explained). The similarity is these 2 alternative names have "us" at the end, showing as a scientific name.