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The Easter bunny is coming to town and delivering some amazing candy. From chocolate covered marshmallow eggs to colorful jelly beans, there’s a ton of candy that can appeal to anyone for Easter. Candy is good really any time but Easter wraps is all up into one sweet package (complete with a basket and plastic grass). Mmm…

Some of the best candy to enjoy for Easter includes classic candy confectioners that are sure to satisfy any candy lovers sweet tooth.

Jelly beans

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You can’t go wrong with the classics, right? Jelly beans can appeal to lots of people with all of their different, unique flavors. Plus, they are usually exclusive to Easter, so great time to eat them! You can throw them right into a basket as a fun treat, enjoy the multitude of flavors and colors and mix them together to make a distinctive flavor of your own.

Fun fact: Jelly Belly has over 100 flavors, including 50 official flavors.

Peeps

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Chicks + bunnies + marshmallow form = great Easter candy. The marshmallowy goodness of Peeps incorporates classic Easter animals, among other sugary shapes year round.

Fun fact: In 1953, it took 27 hours to create one PEEPS Marshmallow Chick. Today, thanks to advances in technology, it takes six minutes, according to Just Born Candies.

Reese’s peanut butter eggs

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Who doesn’t love Reese’s, no matter what time of year it is? This seasonal Reese puts the classic combination of chocolate and peanut butter into one amazing-tasting egg.

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Cadbury eggs

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These mini eggs and classic creme eggs are delicious. Yet another classic, the Cadbury eggs are famous for both their taste and their commercial tagline: No bunny knows Easter better than Cadbury. How do you eat yours?

Fun fact: The world’s most popular egg-shaped chocolate is Cadbury’s Creme Egg. Workers at Cadbury in Birmingham produce 1.5 million of these very day, according to Birmingham Mail.

Russell Stover’s bunny

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What’s better than a huge solid chocolate bunny? This sweet treat is a huge addition to any Easter basket.

Fun fact: The “Only the Finest” slogan has been associates with Russell Stover Candies since its inception in 1923, according to their website.

Hershey’s robin eggs

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The speckled treat. These can be great to use for Easter egg hunts and have a yummy crunchy taste. These too come in a variety of colors and are good for throwing a handful of right into a basket.

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M&M’S

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Another classic candy that can be turned into a seasonal treat. Though these M&M’S taste just like the original, the Easter ones feature pastel colors and place cute little animals, such as chicks and sheep, into their “m” logo.

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Happy Easter, everyone! Now go enjoy all of that delicious candy…

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What is your favorite Easter candy?