Halloween for sure. Holidays tend to be way to stressful but for some reason this one rarely is and involves the least amount of fighting with my family. Plus I love the evil looks the parents give me when I give the biggest candy bars/suckers I have to children 4 and under. The kids love it, but I can tell the parents are making a mental note to never stop by my house again, which means for candy for me.
My favourite is definitely Christmas. I love every aspect of it (except maybe for mean people in the stores) and always have. My next favourite is Halloween, although I love Thanksgiving as well and since I'm immigrating to Canada, I get TWO Thanksgivings every year
I don't really like to pig out while eating during Thanksgiving, nor do I like the commercialism of Xmas and having to deal with family for so long. New Years, eh, i don't like staying up super late, Valentine's Day i always spend alone, Easter isn't anything special, 4th of July is pretty okay since I get to blow things up, lol.
Thanksgiving is a cooks. bakers holiday and I love to do both so Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday followed closely by Christmas. I love to surprise people with things I know they will like so Christmas is fun for that reason.
Halloween has always been my favorite. We even celebrated Halloween on Christmas one year by hanging our Halloween decorations on our tree (covered it with spiderwebs, little plastic spiders, pumpkin lights, tiny cauldrons and brooms), hung fake bats on the walls. It was a good time. Plus, we always have a Halloween party and pumpkin carving contest (my personal favorite part of it all)