Holidays are always a bit tricky when it comes to eating low fat. I mean, how do you make a chocolate Easter bunny low fat? Truth is, you really can’t. There are just some things that have to go.
But, thankfully, there are a lot of good low-fat options for Easter candy. They’re still not exactly healthy, but they’re at least low fat.
Somebody at this company was a genius to think of dipping them in chocolate. The fat content is still super low, so no worries.
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What’s Easter without jelly beans? Pure sugar, no fat. I can handle that for a day.
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Lindt Miniature Chocolates
Full disclosure: These are NOT low fat. What makes them okay is the portion size. They’re miniature, so 1 or 2 really isn’t a big deal. And they’re not the Lindt truffles, which are so fatty that even one is one too many.
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I think they were trying to make their version of a jelly bean…Not quite sure, but I’ll go with it. Can’t argue with Swedish Fish!
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When it comes to Easter candy, the bottom line is this: Sugary candy is safe. (Terrible for your health, but won’t bug your gallbladder.) Portion control is key when it comes to fattier things like chocolate.