The Top Five Easter Candies We DON’T want!
Is it safe to say that outside of Halloween, Easter is the other holiday of the year where we have to put up with an exorbitant amount of candy thanks to our kids?? And while this time of the year never lends itself to being helpful to our
already broken New Years Resolutions to lose weight, what helps is there is a WIDE array of candy to say NO to.
Here we will take a look at the worst of the worst. The Easter Candy to skip all the way over even if you're at an Easter Egg Hunt helping your little one find eggs and candy, just leave these five where they lie...Better yet, do this...
Let's get this one out of the way now. Peeps, or what I like to call "Over produced failed Marshmallows" are definitely on this list. My colleagues like to have "Peep Challenges" that I gladly miss out on.
Hershey's Chocolate Eggs
This will be hotly contested but I'm referring to BOTH versions of Hershey's Milk Chocolate Eggs, the milk chocolate and candy coated ones. For starters, the candy coated ones taste like you're biting into glass and while the milk chocolate eggs aren't bad in terms of taste, you can expect to find the melted aluminum foil remnants of these in your carpets and under car seats at least until the end of the summer.
GOOD LORD YOU CANDY CORN PEOPLE ARE INSANE! So the left over masses of unused abominations known as candy corn from Halloween are given a new Earl Scheib paint job coating and are repackaged for Easter. You're not fooling anyone here, be GONE DEVIL CANDY!
Looking for another candy you'll find under your car seat fully melted and making a mess this summer? Look no further than these bad boys. Again, not bad on taste if eating wafers is your thing, but strictly from the "messy" factor this candy is trash.
Yup, nothing says "let's celebrate the resurrection of our Lord and Saviour" like taking a bite out of the cross.... I'll let you think long and hard about that one.