Say what you want about other holidays, but no holiday knows how to do candy quite like Easter. Easter brings the most beautiful, yet terrifying treats around. Normally, I'd feel wrong eating something like a baby chicken, but when that chicken is in the form of a Peep, you can count me in for that sugar rush. I think most of us can agree that all Easter candy is a blessing, but certain candies are a little better than others. Here are the 10 best Easter candies to get your snuggle bunny this year.

10. Jelly Beans

candy, cereal, corn, sweet, jelly beans
Katherine Reed

Jelly beans can be devoured by the handful, shoved into plastic eggs, or sprinkled around in Easter baskets. The reason why jelly beans are last on this list is because they're often forgotten. Since people seem to throw them anywhere and everywhere, they aren't always eaten. No offense, but if jelly beans are really that good, they wouldn't be left on the floor for your dog to eat later.

9. Easter M&M's

If you're looking for some fancy pastel decor that's edible, you need to get your hands on Easter M&M's. I know that regular M&M's all taste the same regardless of their color, but I feel like these ones taste better anyways.  

8. Cadbury Creme Eggs

Jordan Gottlieb

Enough of the boring stuff, it's time for Cadbury Creme Eggs, baby. These eggs are filled with white and orange fondant to represent real eggs, which is a little frightening if you really think about it. If you've ever had the desire to eat a raw egg, eat one of these as an alternative to get the same effect.

#SpoonTip: Die-hard Cadbury lover? Make one of these 22 Cadbury Egg recipes this year to celebrate. 

7. Hershey's Chocolate-Covered Marshmallow Eggs

chocolate, milk, cream, candy, sweet, milk chocolate
Addison Skaggs

When Hershey's milk chocolate and marshmallows come together, you know the combination will be straight up fire. Their chocolate-covered marshmallow eggs are great alone, but they're even better when they're melted to make a s'more. You could always start a new trend and have a bonfire at your Easter gathering.

6. Whoppers Robin Eggs

egg, chocolate, candy
Maeve Greeley

If you're sick of chicken eggs, try Whoppers Robin Eggs instead. These eggs are different than normal Whoppers because they have a crunchy chocolate shell. I think these eggs are one of the best Easter candies around, but what would I know? It's not like I ate two bags of these in one day or anything last year. 

5. Chocolate Bunnies

chocolate, butter
Natalie Craig

Eating at least one chocolate bunny for Easter should be a law. There's no better feeling than biting off a chunk of this chocolate animal and devouring it. Also, watching someone eat a chocolate bunny can be a good personalty indicator. For example, if someone eats the ears first, they're probably a good person. If they go for the rabbit tail, they might be a monster.

4. Peeps

sweet, dairy product, milk, cheese
Katherine Baker

Once you get past the beady-eyed stare, Peeps are kind of cute. All I know is that I don't care what my Peeps look like when I eat them. A marshmallow lump covered in sugar doesn't need to look good if it tastes great. If you have leftover Peeps, make one of these 15 Peeps recipes to use them up.

3. Lindt Chocolate Carrots

For those of you looking for the best Easter candy that doesn't taste like a clump of sugar glued together, try these Lindt Carrots. These carrots are super ~healthy~ with their Swiss chocolate and hazelnut flavor. Forget the bunnies and save these carrots for yourself.

2. Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs

candy, sweet, egg
Alexa Nakamura

Reese's delivers once again with their peanut butter eggs. I know Reese's makes different shapes all year round for various holidays, but their eggs actually look like eggs. In all honestly, I could not care less about their shape. As long as there's chocolate and peanut butter, I don't need to be convinced to eat this.

1. Russell Stover's Chocolate Eggs

chocolate, candy, milk, sweet, milk chocolate, sweetmeat, goody, truffle, chocolate candy
Maeve Greeley

If you've never had the pleasure of eating one of Russell Stover's many chocolate egg flavors, I feel sorry for you. I can't remember an Easter where I didn't eat at least their 10 of their strawberry cream eggs. Russell Stover has so many great flavors for their eggs like red velvet and banana whip, so definitely check them out.

Whether you're looking for the best Easter candy to put in your basket or stomach, there are so many great tasting options to choose from. Don't settle for a simple chocolate egg, get a peanut butter or marshmallow egg instead. You deserve only the best goodies in your Easter basket

#SpoonTip: Need more sugar? Put your candy to good use in these 20 Easter candy recipes.