Secrets to eating just 100 calories of Easter candy

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Easter candy sales are expected to overshadow 2016 Halloween candy sales - 89 percent of Americans say they’ll buy Easter candy, and they will spend $2.6 billion on it, according to the National Retail Federation. If you’re a candy lover, Consumer Reports says that one way to keep track of what you’re nibbling is to identify what 100 calories of your favorite candy looks like.

  • Reese’s Pieces Eggs – 6 & 1/3 pieces
  • Nestle Crunch Nest Eggs – 3 & 1/3 pieces
  • Cadbury’s Creme Egg – 2/3 pieces
  • Hershey Milk Chocolate Marshmallow Eggs – 3 pieces
  • Jordan Almonds – 6 pieces
  • And Jelly Belly Beans – 25 pieces
  • Peeps – 3 & 1/2 pieces
  • Ghirardelli Milk Chocolate Bunny – 2 pieces
  • Lindt Gold Bunny – 1/5 pieces

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