If you’re like Tom and me, it’s hard to imagine Easter without marshmallow treats, bunny-shaped sweets and cream-filled eggs. Did you know Easter is the second-biggest time of year for candy sales? (Which holiday is No. 1?)
Arguably the most-recognizable of all Easter treats is the ubiquitous chocolate bunny is always a huge seller.
The animal-shaped confections have become an Easter staple since this company began making them in the 1950s.
Loved by presidents and kids alike, the tiny candies are one of the biggest Easter sellers.
These solid chocolate (or peanut-butter-filled) must-have treats have been around since the 19th century.
This cream-filled concoction (what’s in it?) was introduced in 1971 in the United Kingdom.
The best-selling candy in the United States rolls out its pastel version of the chocolate goodies for Easter.
The everyday malted milk ball becomes an Easter favorite with a colored candy coating and a new shape.