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6 Ways to Burn off Halloween Candy in 15 Minutes or Less

A woman and four children walk down a street in daylight, holding hands. One child is dressed as a witch, another as a dinosaur, a third in an orange jumpsuit, and the fourth, carried by the woman, is also in costume. They eagerly anticipate collecting Halloween candy along their festive route. MyFitnessPal Blog
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With Halloween approaching, candy is top of mind — and hard to resist. We did a little digging and found that, according to a 2016 poll, peanut butter cups are America’s favorite candy. And it turns out our MyFitnessPal community might agree. On Halloween alone, total peanut butter cup calories consumed in the U.S. last year hit 6,830,097 — put another way, that’s 5.4 calories per active user on Halloween versus 1.8 calories per active user on an unrelated Monday.

We get it, if you’re going to eat candy, Halloween is the day to do it so long as you get right back on track the next day. Plus, when you think about it, one peanut butter cup has 87 calories — an amount that’s surprisingly easy to burn off.

“On Halloween alone, total peanut butter cup calories consumed by MyFitnessPal users in the U.S. last year hit 6,830,097.”

We’ve put together a list of six fun fall-inspired activities that burn off 100 calories in 15 minutes.

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*Calorie burn based on 150-pound woman

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