Every Popular Easter Candy, Ranked from Worst to Best
Our favorite holidays are those that allow, nay, encourage us to consume borderline inappropriate amounts of candy. Luckily, one such day of celebration is around the corner: Easter. And to be honest, it may be the best holiday of all—you basically get to indulge in copious amounts of chocolate minus any of the work (hey, trick or treating is no joke). But before we dig into our pink-grassed basket, let’s order its contents from no thank you to yassssss, please. Here, every single Easter candy ranked from best to worst (you know, in our humble opinion). You’re welcome.
Yeah, we said it.
20. Whoppers Robin Eggs
You’re not fooling us, regular Whoppers.
19. Black Jelly Beans
Who did this to you?
18. Milk Chocolate Peeps
Only marginally better than regular Peeps.
17. Easter Candy Corn
Leave Halloween out of this.
15. Chocolate Marshmallow Eggs
Kinda like s’mores, but bad.
14. Jordan Almonds
Oh, you hate fun?
13. Bubble Gum Eggs
At least the packaging is cute.
12. Solid Chocolate Bunnies
Dare we say? It’s just too much chocolate.
11. Jelly Beans
10. Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Eggs
Ioa;vndjkanga sorry, just fell asleep on the keyboard.
9. Coconut Nests
Chocolate and coconut—now we’re talking.
8. Cadbury Caramel Eggs
Make your dentist appointments now.
7. Butterfinger NestEggs
Narrowly edges out regular Butterfingers.
6. Pastel Versions of Regular Candy
Feels like cheating, but we could never begrudge any form of M&Ms.
5. Lindt Chocolate Carrots
If only real carrots were so creamy and melty and full of pure sugar.
4. Reese’s Easter Eggs
You know how we feel about Reese’s. And these have an even higher peanut butter-to-chocolate ratio.
3. Hollow Chocolate Bunnies
Hard pass on the solid bunnies. But dibs on the outer-shell-only ears.
2. Cadbury Creme Eggs
Are they almost sickeningly sweet? Yes. Would Easter be complete without at least one? Every day for a month? Not a chance.
1. Cadbury Mini Eggs
A touch less sweet than the previous and also in a gorge-able size. Win-win.