Power Rankings: Easter Candy

Cadbury Eggs
What can you say about the Cadbury Eggs? They may have the best commercial of all time for any Easter candy. They are also extremely delicious. Several people in my household have to come to expect this candy to be in their baskets, or consequences will occur.
Reese’s Eggs
It’s the wonderful combination that was originally discovered when a chocolate egg was dropped from great heights into a jar of peanut butter.
Snickers Eggs
It's a chocolate-covered egg with peanuts and caramel.
Milky Way Bunnies
Ever dipped a baby bunny in chocolate and caramel? Probably not a good idea. Eat these instead; they're yummy.
Marshmallow Peeps
What they lack in taste, they make up for in companionship, as playing with your Peeps is encouraged. In fact, many newspapers hold annual Peeps diorama contests that prove to be quite a Peep show.
Chocolate Bunnies
Chocolate bunnies are what I consider old reliable. This is just a simple and good treat that everyone can remember getting for Easter at some point in their childhood.
Jelly Beans
An American favorite. They've been around for over 100 years and have been associated with Easter since the 1930s.
Pastel M&M’s
While darker-colored M&M’s are more popular, these candies give the impression of being lighter and healthier, thanks to their pastel hue.
Whoppers Robin Eggs
Introduced between 1949 and 1952, the Whoppers Robins Eggs are egg-shaped and have a speckled candy shell.
Easter Dots
No need to floss before eating these. They will pull the three-week old meatloaf right out.

The Power Rankings are compiled by MyBriefs staff writers Joseph Laguerre, Franklin Lee, Graham J. Noble, Tyler Pisani and Christopher Wilson and are sponsored by Panda Express.

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