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What Will It Take to Work Off Your Favorite Easter Candy?

What Will It Take to Work Off Your Favorite Easter Candy?

When you get right down to it, Easter is about two things: eggs and candy. Which means when the Easter bunny brings you all of your favorite holiday confections this Sunday, he’ll also bring you a few extra pounds–unless, that is, you know how much you’ll need to exercise in order to work them off. Here’s a handy list of the calorie counts lurking in your favorite Easter treats, along with a few suggestions for the type of activities you can do to burn them off. Note that the given number of calories burned are for a 135-pound woman, which means most of us will have to exercise longer.

  • Cadbury Creme Egg, 150 calories: A 30-minute game of doubles tennis.
  • Pack of five original Peeps, 140 calories: 20 minutes of moderate rowing.
  • One milk chocolate-covered Peep, 110 calories: A brisk, 30-minute walk.
  • A dozen Cadbury Mini-Eggs, 190 calories: A 30-minute cross-training session of running and walking.
  • Seven Hershey’s Milk Chocolate Eggs, 200 calories: A half-hour on the elliptical machine, set to moderate.
  • Snickers Egg, 160 calories: Jumping rope at a moderate pace for 15 minutes.
  • Reese’s Peanut Butter Egg, 170 calories: Moderate aerobics for 35 minutes.
  • Russell Stover Solid Milk Chocolate Bunny, 240 calories: Ride a bike at a moderate pace for 30 minutes.
  • 24 pieces of Whoppers Mini Robin Eggs, 190 calories: A 30-minute hike.
  • A quarter-cup of M&Ms Bunny Mix, 210 calories: 25 minutes of running at a 12mph pace.

Your favorite Easter candy: What will it take to work it off? | Fox News

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