This Is How Much Exercise It Takes To Burn Off Halloween Candy (Photos)

How do you plan on spending Halloween this year?

If your spooky celebrations include dressing up and ransacking the neighborhood for free candy, you're not alone.

Everyone knows the best part of this haunting holiday is seeing how many treats you can fit in your bougie pillow sack before going home to examine your loot -- and eat it all, of course!

Let's face it, resisting the temptation of Halloween candy takes a lot of willpower.

We all know how it goes, you say you're just going to have one piece and before you know it, you're three KitKats, a pack of Skittles,  four Reese's and two Snickers deep and feel like you should probably slow the f*ck down because you're higher than a kite on sugar.

While the smaller "fun size" versions of your favorite candies may seem pretty harmless, those glorious goodies can really sneak up on you.

In fact, realizing the record-breaking amount of calories you've just scarfed down in less than 10 minutes will probably scare you more than your neighbors sh*tty Halloween decorations.

To put these spooky sweets in perspective, we figured out how much exercise it takes to burn off each of your favorite treats and, based on these calorie counts, it looks like we're all going to be spending a lot of time in the gym this November.

If only working out was as much fun as stuffing your face with candy.

Take a look at the pictures below to see what it takes to burn off your favorite fun-sized Halloween candy (Note: calories burned are based on a 125 lb female.)

Reese's Peanut Butter Cups



Peanut butter Snickers

Junior Mints



3 Musketeers


York Peppermint Pattie


Hershey's Milk Chocolate Bar

Baby Ruth

100 Grand

Almond Joy

Milky Way




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