Top 3 Sweet Treats That Would Make Even The Easter Bunny Cringe

Weird Easter-themed treats are on the way, and we got a stomachache just looking at them.

Top 3 Sweet Treats That Would Make Even The Easter Bunny Cringe
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Companies have been releasing a whole lot of Easter-themed treats recently. And while some are as sweet as the copious amounts of sugar they're filled with, a few would make even the Easter Bunny cringe. 

Like Peeps-flavored frozen yogurt. 

The marshmallow company has joined forces with Menchie's, a frozen yogurt chain, to come up with this strange yellow-chick concoction. 

We weren't able to find any reviews for the Peeps-flavored frozen yogurt, but USA Today reports the company produces 5.5 million marshmallows every day — so there must be a market for this dessert somewhere in the world. 

Next, is the carrot cake-flavored Hershey's Kisses

And while some might be hoping a few of those Kisses count as a serving of their daily vegetables, think again.

Hershey's spokeswoman told Mashable the treats are really just white candy coating that's tinted orange and flavored with spices and vanilla.

Finally, McDonald's has created a Cadbury Creme Egg McFlurry.

The fast-food chain's U.K. site explains the treat is a "soft dairy ice cream served with fondant sauce and Cadbury chocolate."

Which actually sounded pretty yummy, until Time reported a single serving of it contains 56 grams of sugar. In case you're wondering, the World Health Organization recommends that a grown adult consume only 25 grams each day. 

So you could take a walk on the wild side and try one of these — er — interesting Easter-themed desserts, or you could just take a bite out of actor Benedict Cumberbatch instead. 

Chocolatician in the U.K. is selling its version of the chocolate bunny, affectionately called the "Cumberbunny." The celebrity bunny will set you back only about $70.

This video includes images from Getty Images, Windell Oskay / CC BY 2.0Kate Ter Haar / CC BY 2.0 and Health Gauge / CC BY 2.0.