I'm willing to admit this. I love Cadbury Creme Eggs. I could eat a dozen of 'em, easy. But is that the favorite Easter candy in the state of Texas? No. Texas apparently loves white chocolate eggs. Here is a full list of the candies and what state likes them the most.

  • White chocolate eggs
    • Texas
    • Pennsylvania
  • Hard boiled eggs (I know. It's not a candy. WTF...)
    • New Mexico
    • Alaska
    • Arizona
    • Utah
    • Colorado
    • Nebraska
    • North Dakota
    • Minnesota
    • Wisconsin
    • Indiana
    • New Jersey
    • Maryland
    • Vermont
    • Washington
  • Peeps
    • Idaho
    • Nevada
    • Oklahoma
    • North Carolina
    • Maine
    • Rhode Island
    • Delaware
  • Cadbury Creme Egg
    • Montana
    • South Dakota
    • Louisiana
    • Mississippi
  • Starburst Jelly Beans
    • Kansas
    • Iowa
    • Missouri
    • Arkansas
    • Tennessee
    • Ohio
  • Chocolate bunnies
    • Oregon
    • Alabama
    • South Carolina
    • Virginia
    • Connecticut
    • Hawaii

You can check out the rest of the list by CLICKING HERE to check out the full map.

Something that I've really noticed since moving to El Paso is just how different Easter is depending on where you're from. For me, growing up in Portland, OR as a non-religious family, Easter was about coloring hard boiled eggs the night before. Then getting an Easter basket on Easter morning and then hunting for the hidden eggs. It eventually got to the point my sister and I would hide the Easter eggs and my parents would look for them.

Here in the Borderland, Easter has taken on a much more religious aspect. For myself, even more so because I married into a Catholic family. Yeah, Easter is kind of a big deal for them. I also learned about cascarones. Here is a video of Joanna showing Buzz how to make cascarones.

We also have a video of cascarones revenge in the office.

'Mini-Buzz' was Scott, our former digital managing editor, and he taught us about "pocking".

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