Candy is one of the best parts of Halloween — for the kids who trick or treat and for the parents who sneak pieces when their kids aren't looking.
Americans will spend an estimated $2.5 billion on Halloween candy this year — but some of that candy is healthier than others.
There are a whole lot of variations of M&Ms — but if you're looking for the least calorie-filled, you might want to grab the pretzel ones. One bag is 150 calories.
And a package of Reese's Peanut Butter Cups has only 210 calories.
But if you think you'll be able to ward off some of those calories by just eating the miniature versions, think again. A single serving equals five of those mini individually-wrapped peanut butter cups, which amounts to 220 total calories.
Next, Kit Kat bars are also giving you a bit of a break at 210 calories per package.
As it turns out one of the "healthiest" candies on the market are Tootsie Pops.
One lollipop has only 60 calories.
So, unless you wanna turn into a giant turkey by Thanksgiving, maybe don't eat all that candy in one sitting.