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Top 10: Best Easter Egg Candies

Spring brings warmer temperatures, flowers blooming, bees flying and Easter. Growing up I remember the most exciting thing about Easter was not only the pretty dresses and baskets but the Easter egg hunt and the mystery of what candy I was going to find in it. So here are the top 10 best candies for Easter eggs. 


1.Reese’s Peanut Butter eggs

Reese’s is a chocolate and peanut butter lover’s dream. Celebrating Easter could not get any better than eating a chocolate coated peanut butter Easter egg.

2.Butterfinger NestEggs

Another Easter egg shaped candy that is an amazing extension of the original. Though they may be small, maybe you will get lucky and have more than one of these colorfully wrapped mini Easter eggs in your basket.


This is a classic candy when it comes to holidays like Halloween, and even just year round. So why not use Easter as another excuse to have some M&M’s. 

4.Reese’s Pieces 

Although this candy may look like MnM’s, they are different. Some may say Reese’s Pieces is better than MnM’s but that is up for you to decide, either way it is a delicious way to spend Easter.

5.Mini Twix bars

Whether you are a right Twix or a left Twix person this candy never fails to disappoint. The caramel and chocolate mix is always a great flavor combo for the taste buds.


If you are looking for a break from all the chocolate bunnies, this neon colored pebble candy is for you. 


This candy is also for the non-chocolate lovers. The juicy fruit flavor of this candy will put you in a great mood when looking in your easter egg basket. 

9.Hershey’s Kisses

This candy may be small but the flavor makes up for the size. If you are a chocolate lover then this pure chocolate kiss is a great easter egg surprise for you. 

10.Mini Snickers Bar

You are not you when you are hungry and who wants to be hungry on Easter? Just have a Snickers bar. 

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