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Halloween Chocolate Countdown

Ah … some chocolate never goes out of style! From – these are the Halloween treats you never trade and, possibly, save to savor until the rest of your candy stash is long-gone!

No. 10: Snickers Bars


Snickers candy bars are full of chocolate, caramel and peanuts. Who could ask for more?

No. 9: Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups


These little foil-wrapped delights combine chocolate and peanut butter in perfect harmony.

No. 8: M&M’s


Plain or peanut – it doesn’t really matter when it comes to M&M’s.

No. 7: Hershey’s Miniatures


With four kinds of mini chocolate candy bars in each Halloween-sized bag, you can't go wrong with these. Krackle (chocolate with "crisped rice") may be the best of the bunch – and a once-a-year treat that’s not normally sold on store shelves.

No. 6: Baby Ruths


Caramel. Peanuts. Delicious.

No. 5: Three Musketeers


A whipped center surrounded by chocolate – these soft candy bars are actually lower in fat than most chocolate!

No. 4: Twix


These are so good, in 1967 they traveled all the way from England to make their debut in the United States. Thank goodness Twix took that trip!

No. 3: Milky Ways


In full size they’re a bit too sweet, but as minis they rock – especially after spending a few hours in the fridge (we mean the candy, not you).

No. 2: Hershey’s Kisses


A few of these tossed into a kid’s trick-or-treat bag is the bomb! There are actually a few different flavors, so why just stick to one?

No. 1: Raisinettes


Look mom! I'm eating fruit! OK, so they’re raisins covered in chocolate, but these little treats may just represent the best of both worlds.

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