HUNTINGTOWN, MD - OCTOBER 25: Dressed as a witch, Leigh Kosega stands near a bonfire October 25, 2003 in Huntingtown, Maryland. With the sniper suspect arrested, parents in the Washington, DC-area feel a little safer about having their children go "trick or treating" on Halloween night this year. (Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images)

Is there anyone who doesn’t like candy?

We may have our own favorites but YAY for Halloween! The one day a year dedicated to collecting and eating…candy.

Me? I’m a chocolate fan. But I also enjoy a good licorice bullseye. (Good luck finding them anymore.)

So, which candies came out when you made your grand entrance?

Take a look!

The Halloween candy that debuted the decade you were born

Candy is an essential part of Halloween, but it hasn't always been that way. In fact, when American children first started trick-or-treating in the 1930s and 1940s, kids received "everything from homemade cookies and pieces of cake to fruit, nuts, coins and toys," according to