People buy as much candy for Easter as they do for Halloween, and like Halloween, there are traditional candies you only find this time of year. She are pretty good, while some of the others ...well, you wonder why they are still around. Tradition, I guess. CandyStore.com conducts a poll every year to determine the best and worst Easter candies. Let's take a look at #1 for this year, Cadbury Creme Eggs.
The chocolate shell is a problem. The thing is hard enough to eat without making a mess, but god forbid the egg has gotten a tiny bit warm and the outer shell has softened. Then you’re in for a sloppy mess with this awkwardly shaped candy whose liquid filling does nothing to support its shape. It falls apart into goo.
Speaking of the shell, its ingredients have recently gone through some changes. Cadbury Creme Eggs’ shell used to be made of Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate. But Cadbury was bought by Kraft in 2010, and that was an ominous event. Five years later, they announced the change to a “standard chocolate mix.”
Read about the other Easter candies that made the worst list, and check out the best list, too! -via Mental Floss