As a kid, after a night of trick-or-treating on Halloween, I would take my candy, sort it out, and make designs on the floor—a Hershey’s Kiss was my outline of choice.
I’d then sit in the middle and contemplate which piece to eat first while making my stash last as long as possible.
I’ll admit I love candy. But understanding nutritional information diminishes some of the fun of Halloween. (Being an adult stinks sometimes.)
Most fun size candy bars have more than 100 calories in them, not to mention all the sugar and fat.
Still, it wouldn’t be Halloween without indulging a little.
Now, I just have to keep myself from artfully arranging the candy I bought to hand out to trick-or-treaters…oh yeah, and not eating it all.
I have a feeling this infographic created by Taylor Romney is going to help me stay on track this year though.
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