100-Calorie Easter Treats

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10 Easter Treats You Can Eat for 100 Calories

Written by Natalie Nichols, Staff Writer

Don't let the Easter Bunny hop all over your healthy eating plans. These 10 treats will allow you to indulge--for 100 calories or less!

24 Small Jelly Beans

99 calories
0 g fat
19 g sugars

24 Jelly Belly Jelly Beans

98 calories
0 g fat
20 g sugars

Half of a Reese's Peanut Butter Egg

90 calories
5 g fat
8 g sugars

0.6 oz. Solid Milk Chocolate Bunny

(Slightly less than half of a 1.5 oz solid chocolate bunny)

95 calories
6 g fat
9 g sugars

3 Robin's Eggs

100 calories
4 g fat
15 g sugars

5 Jordan Almonds

90 calories
3 g fat
15 g sugars

6 Cadbury Milk Chocolate Mini Eggs

95 calories
4 g fat
14 g sugars

6 Gumdrops

100 calories
0 g fat
15 g sugars

0.6 oz. Solid White Chocolate Bunny

(Slightly less than half of a 1.5 oz solid chocolate bunny)

92 calories
6 g fat
10 g sugars

3 Marshmallow Peeps

98 calories
0 g fat
22 g sugars

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4/9/2017 8:27:08 AM

Not worth it so I am opting to not buy them and will not make basket for GS with them will give him active things and some fruit- he loves blueberries and raspberries so may put a pkg of them in there instead.


4/4/2015 6:34:56 AM

Well apparently it's really not worth it. I guess a banana is going to be a better choice for me.


3/31/2015 10:07:51 PM

LJK091354's SparkPage
Wow! Talk about eye opening!


3/31/2015 9:11:54 PM

Thanks,I need this info,now I won't be so quick to eat it.


3/31/2015 8:42:19 PM

NEWWALK's SparkPage
Reading this article again on Easter Sunday before the family dinner as a reminder!


3/31/2015 8:17:03 PM

AUNA_CYCLE's SparkPage
It would be more relevant if you showed exactly what you are talking about. Afraid of cutting a bunny in half? You ask us to!


3/31/2015 4:56:07 PM

RMDLDS's SparkPage
I am a sucker for Bradbury Eggs. Yes it is better that we can have our treats by filling them into our calorie count.


3/31/2015 3:57:07 PM

Good information. ..i find if i can have at least 1or 2 bites that satisfies my urge and I'm good and can avoid any other temptation, but there are days i just fall off and by days end I do totally regret it and i feel the pain the extra food/sugars/fats do to me.


3/31/2015 1:56:54 PM

I like that I can have whatever I want as long as it's added into my calorie range but I usually stay away from the sweets because it makes me want to binge. I do occasionally eat a couple of chocolate kisses or a mini chocolate bar. My kids are generous with their school party treats and it's easy for me to say yes because (1) it makes them happy to share with me, and (2) I know there won't be any more around to tempt me.


3/31/2015 1:14:02 PM

I love Cadbury eggs but instead of getting a huge bag like I would normally and chow down I bought the individual bag. So proud that I can just have a little bit and not deprive myself.


3/31/2015 12:03:23 PM

GMAM48's SparkPage
Wow! Those calories add up soooo fast!


3/31/2015 10:22:41 AM

BELDAME's SparkPage
Cadbury's MIni Eggs are only good if you can get them from the UK. I won't waste calories on the crap produced by Hershey's.


3/30/2015 7:01:34 PM

I have found that when my son has candy it gives him anger issues. He will hit people over little things they don't even know they have done, and torment his sister mercilessly. People told me, "oh, he's just a four year old boy, that's what they do." Then I read a book that said to cut out all processed sugar and replace it with raw honey, or pure maple syrup. I also use only whole grains. Now when I make a treat it doesn't affect him. He can make better decisions and keep his emotions more stable.
The book was called 100 Days of Real Food, there is a blog by the author with the same name. By following this book I have lost 40lbs in the past 5 months, and my whole family is doing better.
I think I will just make some Easter cookies to put in their basket, or maybe a carrot cake.


3/30/2015 11:51:10 AM

So glad my favs - Peeps are on the list


3/30/2015 9:22:44 AM

So depressing..... I was hoping someone had found 10 alternative Easter treats. Oh well at least Easter Eggs are under a 100 calories!

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