What kind of Easter candy do you love?

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  1. TennisPlayer

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    I like chocolate and peanut butter and I'm sure it's safe by now to eat the Reese's kinds. I'll have to make a trip to the store tomorrow for my groceries anyways. Mmmmm! :)
     
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    Cadbury creme eggs are my weakness.
     
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    Those & Reese's eggs are my favorite!!!
     
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    Me too! Both of them!
     
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    STALE Peeps!

    My mom used to buy candy and then hide it so we wouldn't find it. But her memory around the holidays STUNK! So we were always finding presents months later...and stale peeps!

    I don't think I ever ate a fresh peep for many years...and actually..I don't like the fresh ones. Now-a-days we have to purposefully age them.
     
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    M&Ms, Hershey chocolate eggs, and Reeses!
     
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    Peeps for sure!! I have a really cute cake that i make at easter using Peeps as decoration -it looks like a sunflower! SO cute!!
     
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    Robin's Eggs-- you know the candy coated whopper-ish stuff. I love it. :]
     
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    I love Cadbury eggs and the robins eggs. Like Whoppers but better!
     
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    I like the king-sized Reese Eggs...the perfect ratio of chocolate to peanut butter. I love them, to be more precise. Well, actually it's a love affair. I eat them in secrecy and hide the wrapper.

    I also LOVE Cadbury Mini Eggs. Boring name but amazing stuff! Solid milk chocolate with a crunchy shell...oddly shaped which somehow makes them taste even better. Oh, the way they melt...
     
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    Reese's peanut butter egg and Starburst jelly beans. By the way, how many of you have already started eating Easter candy?
     
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    I love Robin's Eggs - somehow better than whoppers or anyother malted chocolate. I am glad they only come out for a few months a year! (I know I could fine them on the internet, but I choose not to look) ;)
     
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    Starburst jelly beans and mello-cream bunnies... I think that's what they are made of.
     
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    I adore Cadbury chocolate creme eggs, but Target (my main source for Easter candy) stopped carrying them a few years ago *snif*.
     
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    I agree with you the Reeses Eggs are so much better than regular Reeses and regular Reeses are really good themselves!
     
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    Jelly beans!!!
     
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    I love the candy-coated chocolate eggs that Hershey puts out for Easter - just the right amount of crunch over smooth milk chocolate...mmmmmmm...
     
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    forgot about the Robin's Eggs - I LOOOOOVE those too!! :)

    Here's a picture of my Peeps cake - I'm going to make it again for Easter this year! :)

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    yummmmmm...Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs!!!!!!!!!!! DELICIOUS!!!
     
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    MissJennifer, your peeps cake is adorable!! Luv it!
     
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    I love the cadbury eggs with the hard shells. I can only eat about 5 a day, they give me hives, like all the dyes in Easter candy! I guess it's pure chocolate for me!
     
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    Oh, the torture!! :p

    I love love love the Cadbury cream eggs. I love love love the Snickers eggs. I love love love Dove truffle eggs. Aw, heck, if it's chocolate I'll love it! :p

    My birthday falls around, sometimes on, Easter, so it's always been a tradition for my parents to buy me a bunny cake. (And it has to be chocolate cake with the purple coconut on the outside!) :D I'm always willing to share my bunny cake, but no one is allowed to eat the "butt" of the bunny cake.
     
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    Thanks TeacherSandra! It's always a crowd pleaser! :)
     
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    Same here!
     
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    jolly rancher jelly beans
     
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    Reese's peanut butter eggs for certain!
     
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    Cadburry creme eggs and milky way eggs (frozen). I swear I'm gaining weight just thinking about it.
     
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    Hear Hear!!! I love those guys!!
     
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    We just got home from Walmart - and I bought a bag of Robin's Eggs to munch on! :) They didn't have the yellow peeps I need to make my cake though!
     
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    I love the the Hershey's Candy Coated chocolate eggs. Every year my dad and I would go and stock up on them and keep them in the fridge. Now he sends them to me since I live so far away and for a while I thought California didn't sell them because I couldn't find them anywhere. Now they are everywhere and I want to buy a ton!
     
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    I have a weird thing for those hard colored eggs that are supposedly "marshmallow" eggs, but really it's just white, softish sugary stuff inside.

    I like Cadbury eggs FOR SURE and all kinds of chocolate and jelly beans. I'm Jewish but I will totally admit that this fat girl is on the Easter candy bandwagon.

    I also like the "regular" candy in the shape of eggs (snickers, reese's, etc.)
     
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    jelly bellys
     
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    I could eat my weight in hollow chocolate Easter bunnies.
     
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    jelly beans and peeps
     
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    Chocolate covered marshmellow eggs
    Malted milk eggs
     
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    :haha:

    Me too; I totally take advantage of McDonald's cheaper-priced fish sandwich on Fridays during this season.
     
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    Fish sandwiches are cheaper at McD's during Lent? Who knew?

    PS...There was not one Shamrock Shake to be had in Northeast NJ in March...I called about 15 McD's...:( so I'm a little wary of the fish story...there must be some regional leeway on offerings/pricing... (like the McD's lobster rolls in New England some summers!!)
     
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    YEP!
     
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    My husband and I drove to a bunch of McD's and asked about Shamrock Shakes - they just kept saying what?:confused:
     

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