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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ILOVEPEOPLE

4/19/2011 7:23:43 PM

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I do love jelly beans!

DLORIFRANCE56

4/19/2011 7:19:44 PM

Yeah jelly beans!! !:)

DONNASEEFEE

4/19/2011 5:56:05 PM

If I could only stop....Please give me the answer to that one!!!!

CHATELAINE19

4/19/2011 5:27:36 PM

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Good to know. Bonus, if I dare to leave half of a Reese's egg lying around, one of the boys will surely eat it before I can get back to it and be tempted!

WEYRCAT

4/19/2011 5:16:13 PM

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Go Go jelly beans!

PEGPENGUIN

4/19/2011 4:42:31 PM

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Good information. I bought a few "single serving" packages of "Jelly Belly" jelly beans so that I could have them when I wanted - haven't opened them yet.

Also got a Dark Chocolate covered marshmellow peep, don't know how many calories it was, but I savored and enjoyed it - worth it to me - but got only one so as not to be tempted.

BAUMANNSISTER

4/19/2011 4:37:10 PM

Love the Jelly Bellys! I will have to stick with 24 of those, because the peanut butter stuff, I'd probably go overboard.

RWILLIAM56

4/19/2011 3:55:55 PM

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Well, at least the gumdrops and Peeps wouldn't cause me any trouble - NOT a fan of those!!! LOL!

EDDYGEE

4/19/2011 3:08:23 PM

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Eat only 6 mini eggs? are you mad? That's impossible. I'd just have to pinch 3 each of each kid - and not buy any for me. I'd have to eat the whole pack otherwise.

MISSNATALIELYNN

4/19/2011 2:33:21 PM

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Editor's Note: We updated the nutritional information for the Reese's Peanut Butter Egg. You can eat half of a Reese's Peanut Butter Egg for 90 calories, 5 g fat, and 8 g sugars. So, split with a friend or family member for a small treat! Thank you to GMCPB1016 for the catch!

ELWINR

4/19/2011 2:10:28 PM

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I don't think this list is that helpful. Most of the items shown are high in sugar you just have to eat very little of them to stay within 100 calories. That can be said of any food. I know some can refrain from eating too many jelly beans for example. But as for me if they are the good kind like jelly belly I have a hard time stopping. Best for me just not to start. Just a note too. There are sugar free candy out there but if you look at the calories/carbs they are just as high as the "regular" sugared items.

HOLLY404040

4/19/2011 1:25:37 PM

Peanut butter eggs are my weakness. My husband wanted to buy a six pack. No, than I will eat all six. I went out and spent the extra money for 1 now I can look and not buy. Just drool.

MRSLVABLEBEAR

4/19/2011 1:24:18 PM

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Yeah, I'm not dieting - I'm done with that, but I am trying to make healthy choices for life. I think I will try to stay away from the candy altogether. It is good to know that if you do have the control that you can eat a little bit of something. Sometimes that's all it takes for me, but sweets aren't really my downfall.

CLECTIC-WANDRER

4/19/2011 1:10:31 PM

Great list, thanks! I love jelly beans, and I rarely ever eat more than a few at a time, so it's good to know I'm not going to get off track if I eat a few more than usual.

CJD2000

4/19/2011 1:07:47 PM

I enjoyed this slideshow, although I'm not sure I would be able to stop at the serving size suggested! Should I try or let well enough alone?

Cathy

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