World’s weirdest candy
Easter candy favorites
If you’re like us, it’s hard to imagine Easter without marshmallow treats, bunny-shaped sweets and cream-filled eggs. Did you know the holiday is the second-biggest time of year for candy sales

Chocolate eggs
These solid chocolate must-have treats have been around since the 19th century.

Easter M&M’s

The best-selling candy in the United States rolls out its pastel version of the chocolate goodies for Easter.

Easter Pez

The peppermint candy – known for its collectible dispensers  – began as a breath mint in Vienna, Austria.
Jelly beans
Loved by presidents and kids alike, the tiny candies are one of the biggest Easter sellers.
Marshmallow Peeps
The animal-shaped confections  have become an Easter staple since this company began making them in the 1950s.

Robin Eggs

The everyday malted milk ball becomes an Easter favorite with a colored candy coating and a new shape.

World’s largest chocolate bunny

Underprivileged children in Johannesburg, South Africa, got the chance last year to eat this record breaker , which was a replica of another famous bunny.

World’s largest chocolate egg

A Belgian chocolate company used 50,000 candy bars to build this behemoth  in Englewood Cliffs, N.J.

World’s largest Easter egg

This Canadian roadside attraction got its inspiration from a Ukrainian Easter tradition.

World’s largest Easter egg hunt

Thousands of people set a new world record searching for plastic eggs  at a now-closed Florida theme park.
Cadbury Crème Eggs
This cream-filled concoction  was introduced in 1971 in the United Kingdom. Want to make your own?

Chocolate bunnies
Arguably the most-recognizable of all Easter treats, the ubiquitous chocolate bunny is always a huge seller.