Facebook feedback: What is your favorite Easter candy and why?

Published: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 3:55 p.m.
Last Modified: Tuesday, February 19, 2013 at 3:55 p.m.

Brandi Bourg, 33, of Dulac: Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs. I buy bags of them at a time. There's just something so delicious about peanut butter and chocolate, and they have the right amount of both.

KayCee Guidry, 27, of Gray: Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs. Have been a favorite for years, and you can never get enough.

Kendall M. Braselton, 35, of Houma: Black jelly beans. They are just so good and can only get a bag full of just them at Easter.

Jamie Cormier Luke, 32, of Houma: Cadbury Mini Eggs. You can't get that kind of candy other than at Easter time. I always buy a few bags and stash them.

Matt Stamey, 32, of Gainesville, Fla.: Easy ... Cadbury Cream Egg. I use them as a reward after a long run. After I ran my first marathon this year, I had a cream egg waiting for me at the finish.

Robin Brunet Falcon, 47, of Houma: Malted milk speckled eggs. I still love painting my lips blue.

Jayme Scott, 28, of Gray: Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs ... hands down.

Gia Richard, 57, of Depoe Bay, Ore.: I love Heavenly Hash. Love the marshmallow, dark chocolate and nuts.

Karin Wilson Madison, 43, of Houma: Cadbury Cream Eggs. Yummy!

Allison Mazerac, 35, of Bayou Blue: Peeps and Gold Brick Eggs.

Tiffany Larousse, 24, of Thibodaux: My favorite is those little sugar bunnies. They are in clear plastic individually wrapped bags. I can't find them anymore though. I'm not sure the brand, but as a child I used to get an entire basket full of them. I really wish I could find them again.

Becky Smith: Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs and Gold Brick Eggs.

Ryan Duthu: Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs.

Crystal Melancon, 36, of Houma: Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs are the absolute best. I stock up on them, but of course they never last long at my house.

Kathleen Blanchard Scott, 57, of Chauvin: Heavenly Hash after being put in the freezer for a while. Why, because they are so good. Yummy.

Celeste M. Roberts, 24, of Schriever: I love sugar eggs! My parents used to give my sisters and me each one for Easter when we were kids. They are beautiful — and pretty sweet!

Ronnie Campo, 56, of Houma: My favorite is the Heavenly Hash. The chocolate with that creamy white filling inside and the almonds. I love putting them in the refrigerator to let them get cold. That's the best way to eat them. For me anyway.

Brittany Ann Burgess, 20, of Houma: I love the chocolate-covered marshmallow eggs. They are to die for.

Tracey Jones, 42, of Houma: Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs. They should be sold year round.

Melva Guadalupe Comer, 47, of Houma: I like Gold Brick Eggs. Put in freezer for a while.

Doris Pledger, 57, of Thibodaux: Jelly bean nuggets. They are really good.

Susan Soudelier LeBlanc, 54, of Gray: Heavnly Hash out the freezer.

Megan Neil: Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs!

Shawn Verrett: Gold Brick Eggs, Heavenly Hash, Pecan Egg. The Gold Bricks taste good, but not as good as I remember when I was a child.

Leigh Domangue, 23, of Thibodaux: I just love the Reese's Peanut Butter Eggs. They are by far the best candy ever made.

Debbie Tabor-Gros, 49, New Orleans: I haven't eaten candy in four years, but it was the ears on hollow, chocolate bunnies. Don't know why, just was.

Shellie Borne Lasseigne, 46, of Cut Off: Peep peeps. Love to open the package and let it get hard and chewy.

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