It’s official they are everywhere—Cadbury Eggs, Reese’s chocolate bunnies, jelly beans and more tempting Easter goodies. But before you indulge, here are some handy dandy tips to eating Easter candy guilt free. Georgie Fear, RD, has ranked popular sugary treats from best to worst for us, with ‘high-quality dark chocolate bunnies’ coming in at the top of the list and their milk and white chocolate counterparts bottoming out. According to the National Confectioner’s Association, Easter is the second most important candy-eating occasion of the year for Americans and we spend almost $2.1 billion on Easter candy a year. If you want to make healthy choices for yourself and your family, this article is a must-read!
The Best and Worst Easter Candy for You, Ranked by a Dietician
October 1, 2016