Survey: Help us rank Halloween candy from best to worst

CBC Calgary needs your help to determine, once and for all, which Halloween treat is the tastiest and most coveted of them all. And which sits around collecting dust.

Which bonbon is the tastiest and most coveted of them all?

CBC Calgary traffic reporter Angela Knight hands out the winning treat in the Calgary Eyeopener candy survey the morning of Halloween. (Danielle Nerman/CBC)

On the morning of Oct. 31, the Calgary Eyeopener crowned Kit Kat the triumphant treat. But CBC Calgary invites you to continue to rank Halloween candies from best to worst.

It appears the Kit Kat is the bonbon you covet the most. (Danielle Nerman/CBC)

Let's be honest.

For most kids, the best part of Halloween isn't the costumes — it's the candy.

After a long night of trick-or-treating, they get to dump a pillowcase full of sugar-laden loot on the floor and begin the most crucial part of the evening — the sorting and the trading.

  • Which are the best, most valuable candies? Which candies will collect dust for months on end? Leave your comments below.
Does anyone still eat candy corn? (iStockphoto)

Below, we've meticulously compiled a list of Halloween chocolates and candies, from the well-known to the obscure. We need your help ranking them from best to worst.

If you like a certain candy, hit the up arrow. If you don't like it, hit the down arrow. 


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