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Triathlete-Friendly Easter Treats

Fill up those Easter eggs with these tasty, tiny treats.

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Fill up those Easter eggs with these tasty, tiny treats.

Justin’s Mini Organic Peanut Butter Cups

If Justin’s regular peanut butter cups weren’t addicting enough, you can now get a whole bag of individually wrapped mini cups, available in both dark and milk chocolate. Each bags comes with about 10 mini cups—made with ingredients such as organic cocoa butter, organic peanuts and sea salt, which melt into a sweet (with a hint of salt) treat. Each three-piece serving has 210 calories, 18 grams of sugar and 5 grams of protein. Just remember to hide the Easter eggs with the Justin’s in the shade to avoid a melty mess! $5.99-$6.99, Justins.com

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Annie’s Homegrown Organic Bernie’s Farm Fruit Snacks

These USDA-certified organic fruit snacks are a tasty treat made without any artificial ingredients or high-fructose corn syrup—even the coloring comes from fruits and vegetables (carrot, blueberry, cherry and blackcurrant extracts). The snack flavors, a mixed pack of strawberry, raspberry and orange, taste natural and have an easy-to-chew texture. The natural ingredients make it safe for kids, but the dose of carbs (17 grams), calories (70) and electrolytes (35 milligrams of sodium) make it a perfect snack for athletes as well. $3.69/box of 5 pouches, Annies.com

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Unreal Candy Coated Milk Chocolate

If you’re going to give your kids chocolate anyway, might as well give them (delicious) chocolate with zero artificial ingredients or chemicals. These milk chocolate pieces are coated with a hard shell (like M&M’s) to keep them from melting easily, and they’re made with organic milk, no trans fats and non-GMO ingredients. We love the smooth taste, and that the colors are derived from natural foods, such as purple cabbage juice, beetroot juice and turmeric extract. In each serving are 3 grams of protein, 15 grams of sugar and 2 grams of fiber. Bonus: The milk chocolates are made with Fair Trade-certified ingredients. $5.99, Getunreal.com

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Sport Beans Energizing Jelly Beans

The two newest flavors of Sport Beans, Juicy Pear and Green Apple, are a delicious addition to the now nine-flavor line-up. The two flavors, two unique fruit flavors appropriate for spring, are deliciously sweet and made with real fruit juices, making them less processed than similar products. The beans (owned by the company Jelly Belly) are designed to be an alternative to energy chews, as they are loaded with carbs (25 grams) and electrolytes (80 milligrams of sodium and 40 milligrams of potassium) in each 100-calorie pack, but they’re smaller and easier to chew, and don’t get sticky, thanks to a harder jelly bean coating. They also come in a convenient reseal-able package. *Note: Recommended for adults only, not kids! $1.50, Sportbeans.com

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