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What's Your Favorite Halloween Candy?
Although not exactly candy, I love caramel apples— especially with peanuts or pecans. Salty, sweet, and slightly tart— the perfect combo. — Kelli Kerkman
Raisinettes. I used to get them at the movie theater as a wee lad, back in the days before I used phrases like "wee lad." I especially like the dark chocolate variety. — Cris Magliozzi
Candy Corns are my favorite. Back in the day when "no fat" was all the craze, candy corns fit the bill. I could (and still can) polish off a whole bag in one sitting. Of course, now I realize no fat doesn't mean no calories, and an entire bag has over 1,400 calories. So I just steal a few handfuls from the candy bowl during trick-or-treating. Yum. — Kristine Lockwood
Candy corn! People either think it tastes like wax or love it. There seems to be no in between! — Tory Lowy
I have to go with classic Snickers— especially the mini square ones! I love the nutty crunch plus the caramel. Yum! — Kate Morin
Reese's Eggs. I know these are technically Easter candies, but they yield by far the most peanut butter out of all Reese's products. I'll "forget" they're probably half a year old while I enjoy them... — Laura Schwecherl
M&Ms have always been the perfect Halloween treat. It's hard to go wrong with a bagful of chocolate. Don't eat any unwrapped pieces though, or you might get poisoned. Happy Halloween. — Shana Lebowitz