Okay, first of all, who ranks candy by it's nutritional value? I'm not eating four pounds of Reese's eggs because they fit so well into my diet, it's because they're delicious!

MSN took a look at the nutritional qualities of Easter candies and ranked them as the best and worst. The primary thing they looked at was the calories per serving and then how the calories were composed in the candy. The worst candies (i.e. the tastiest) were those that had higher concentrations of fat and sugar.

They also looked at serving and packaging sizes, larger quantities equal less healthy. Then there's the ingredients. The "best" candies were those with fewer artificial ingredients and vegetable oils.

Here's what they found were the "worst" candies:

  1. Lindt Chocolate Carrots
  2. Dove Milk Chocolate Bunny
  3. Kit Kat Milk Chocolate Bunny Ears
  4. Hershey’s Kisses Carrot Cake
  5. Butterfinger Chocolate Nest Eggs
  6. M&M’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Candy Eggs
  7. Reese’s Peanut Butter Gold Eggs
  8. Cadbury Mini Eggs
  9. Reese’s Pieces Peanut Butter Eggs
  10. Reese’s Peanut Butter Creme Eggs
  11. Hershey’s Solid Milk Chocolate Bunny
  12. Ghirardelli Hollow Milk Chocolate Bunny
  13. Cadbury Creme Egg
  14. Twix Caramel Cookie Bar Egg
  15. Reese’s Peanut Butter Eggs

These are the "best" candies:

  1. SweeTARTS Chicks, Ducks, and Bunnies
  2. Tootsie Roll Eggs
  3. Sour Patch Bunnies
  4. York Peppermint Patties Eggs
  5. Lindt Dark Gold Bunny
  6. Lindt Milk Gold Bunny
  7. Whoppers Mini Eggs
  8. Kinder Joy Sweet Cream Topped with Cocoa Wafer Bites Chocolate Treat
  9. Whoppers Mini Robin Eggs
  10. Hershey’s Marshmallow Eggs
  11. Hershey’s Cookies ’n’ Creme Eggs
  12. Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Eggs with Pretzel Bits
  13. Whoppers Robin Eggs
  14. Cadbury Creme Eggs Mini
  15. Peeps Bunny Marshmallows