Candy Bar Nutrition Guide

Calories in candy bars
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It’s time to get chocolate wasted!

If you’re going to eat a candy bar, the macros probably aren’t a huge concern for you. I mean, it’s candy after all. But, that doesn’t mean that it’s not helpful to know the differences!

I chose to display sugar content instead of total carbs. A lot of these bars may have a few extra grams of total carbs, but they’re mostly made up of sugar. So, it’s probably helpful to be able to compare the different sugar contents of each bar.

As I was compiling this guide, I learned that Take 5 is rebranding as “Reese’s Take 5”. Fun fact- they’ve always been made with Reese’s peanut butter, but they didn’t advertise it, so most people didn’t know it. I bet they won’t be flying under the radar anymore.

By the way, Reese’s and Peppermint Patties ARE candy bars. Maybe they are not literally bars, but they count. My guide, my rules.

What is your top 3? I’d love to hear ‘em. For me, 1) Reese’s Outrageous 2) Reese’s Cups 3) Twix. Snickers are a close 4th.

Peppermint Patties are at the very bottom of my list- I’ll never quite understand the whole mint chocolate thing.

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