Well, of course you count the calories! I mean, you ate them, right?
Sometimes when I eat at a non-standard time, I just put it in as "snack". For instance, if I wake in the night and eat something at 3AM, then go back to bed, I don't count it as "breakfast", I put it in as a snack. If I end up staying awake, I actually might put it in as breakfast, though. My calendar day changes at midnight.
If you don't count those calories, you will stray out of your caloric range and that could lead to weight gain.
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