Which Halloween Candy Is Healthier?

From chocolate bars to candy corn, we've got the scoop on which favorite Halloween candies have more calories than a full-blown meal- and which ones to eat instead.

1. Seven Pixie Sticks vs. 20 pieces of Candy Corn:
Wonka wins! Seven straws of this classic candy have 60 calories and 15g sugar, while the candy corn comes in at 150 calories and 28g sugar.

2. Charleston Chews vs. Heath Bars: For more than 20 grams less sugar, enjoy three fun size Heath Bars (240 calories , 14g fat, 26g sugar). How do the Charleston Chews stack up? A 4-oz box has 360 calories, 12g fat, and 46g sugar. Want more? Check out these 6 sweet snacks for just 150 calories.

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3. Six Tootsie Roll Midgees vs. Eight Starburst Fruit Chews:
Tootsie Rolls win, coming in at 140 calories , 3g fat and 19g sugar. It's a small difference-Starbursts have 163 calories, 3g fat, and 23g sugar-but cutting 20 calories here and there can add up. In fact, small calorie cuts may be even better for long-term weight loss than big calorie reductions (Why? Find out!).

4. Twix Miniatures vs. Pumpkin Peeps: Marshmallow Peeps aren't just for Easter. Keep it festive with the pumpkin shaped version (130 calories, 0g fat, 29g sugar). The pair of Twix loses with 150 calories, 8g fat and 15g sugar.

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5. Mini-Almond Joy vs. 3 Ounce package of Pop Rocks: Pop Rocks-which just may be the lowest calorie candy package on the market (25 calories, 0g fat, 6g sugar). The Almond Joy's stats: 200 calories, 11g fat, and 19g sugar.

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