This happens another five times and it isn't even lunchtime on Good Friday yet.
Before you know it, you've eaten more than 20 teaspoons of sugar, and that's on top of your regular diet.
It's a common story in the holiday period — especially one increasingly wedded to particular snack foods. So how guilty should you actually feel about it?
First, the scary part about sugar
KPMG performance coach and fitness fiend Andrew May crunched the numbers on the sugar content of the popular Easter items, and it's not great reading.