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Treat yo self (cue the music), is...THE BEST DAY OF THE YEAR. Like that expensive dress? Love that crystal beetle but have no use for it? You know what? Treat yo self. We're channeling Donna and Tom from NBC's Parks & Recreation and are pinning our fave ways to treat yo self - today, tomorrow, all day, everyday. Re-pin with #SelfMagazine #TreatYoSelf.

Your Favorite Easter Candy: What Will it Take to Work it Off? #SelfMagazine

Make This Tasty Olive Oil Lemon Chiffon Cake: Have your cake and eat it too. (Pun intended.) #SelfMagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It? Russell Stover Solid Milk Chocolate Bunny = 240 calories (1 bunny). We're pretty sure sharing these treats has initiated plenty of sibling rivalry over the years. (Who gets the ears??) Each one has 14 grams of fat and 23 grams of sugar in addition to the 240 calories. Mend fences with said sibling and go on a 30-minute moderate bike ride to burn those cals off. #SELFmagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It? Russell Stover Marshmallow Egg = 110 calories (1 egg). Remember finding these during Easter Egg hunts? Thanks to the light'n'fluffy 'mallow, each egg has just three grams of fat and 14 grams of sugar. Burn off the cals with 30 minutes of beginner Pilates. #SELFmagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It? Lifesavers Gummies Bunnies and Eggs = 130 calories (20 pieces). Chewy and sweet, these have no fat but 25 grams of sugar per 20-piece serving. Use the opportunity to do some springtime yard work: 25 minutes of it will burn off those cals. #SELFmagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It? Reese's Peanut Butter Egg: 170 calories (1 egg). Get your peanut butter fix with these individually wrapped eggs; there's 10 grams of fat and 16 grams of sugar in each one (but yay for portion control). It'll take about 35 minutes of moderate aerobics to burn those cals off. #SELFmagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It? Snickers Egg = 160 calories (1 egg). Eating one of these takes you straight back to childhood. Burn off the cals (plus 9 grams of fat and 17 grams of sugar) by taking your exercise regimen back to basics, too: 15 minutes of moderate jumping rope should do the trick. #SELFmagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It? Whoppers Mini Robin Eggs = 190 calories (24 pieces). Buy these in handy little milk-carton servings (rather than the grab-all-you-can bags) and you get a bonus for automatic portion control. There are 5 grams of fat and 30 grams of sugar in each box; burn off the cals with a 30-minute cross-country hike. #SELFmagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It? Hershey's Milk Chocolate Eggs = 200 calories (7 pieces). There's something so fun about peeling off the pretty foil on these little guys. (We remain hopeful that this action also burns cals, but it's doubtful). Hide seven pieces in an Easter egg and get a surprise that includes 12 grams of fat and 22 grams of sugar. A 30-minute elliptical workout at a moderate pace should burn the cals off. #SELFmagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It? M&Ms Bunny Mix = 210 calories (1.5 ounces or about 1/4 cup). Gotta love those pastel colors and bunny ears on these special-edition candies. A small handful has 9 grams of fat and 26 grams of sugar, so put on those running shoes: A 25-minute run at a 12-minute mile pace should burn off those cals. #SELFmagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It? Sweetarts Chicks, Ducks and Bunnies = 50 calories (10 pieces). Like most fruity candies, these cuties have no fat, although a serving does have 12 grams of sugar. The good news? About 30 minutes of gentle yoga burns nearly 80 calories, so if you have a few more pieces than the serving size (those bunnies are so friggin' adorable!), you're still good. #SELFmagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It? Cadbury Mini Eggs = 190 calories (12 pieces). With that coated hard-candy shell and creamy milk chocolate inside, there's really no way to say no to these gems. A dozen pieces is a satisfying serving size, but it packs in 8 grams of fat and 27 grams of sugar. Burn off the calories with a 30-minute run/walk, like one of these non-boring treadmill workouts. #SELFmagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It? Milk Chocolate-Covered Peeps = 110 calories (1 chick). These individually wrapped candies get a plus for built-in serving size. And 3 grams of fat and 14 grams of sugar isn't SO bad. Burn off the cals with a 30-minute brisk walk (hey, you can do that during your lunch break). #SELFmagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It? Original Peeps = 140 calories (5 yellow chicks). The good news here is that Peeps have no fat content—but five of the little guys (a serving size) have 34 grams of sugar (ouch). If you're headed to the gym, hop on the rower—20 minutes of moderate rowing will burn those cals off. #SELFmagazine

You Can #TreatYoSelf to Easter Candy...But Is It Worth It?: Cadbury Creme Egg = 150 calories (1 egg). This classic Easter treat packs 6 grams of fat and 20 grams of sugar into one little egg. (Thanks, irresistible cream filling!). Indulge, then grab a partner and burn off those cals with a 30-minute game of doubles tennis. #SELFmagazine

12 Ways to Eat Peanut Butter and Jelly: Waffles! Leftover waffles from Sunday brunch? Don't let them go to waste! Make them the bread for your lunchtime PB&J. See? That was easy. #SELFmagazine

12 Ways to Eat Peanut Butter and Jelly: Fudge! If you prefer your peanut butter and jelly sandwich sans-bread and served as dessert, then you're in luck with this one. This tasty fudge will keep in the freezer for a few weeks. #SELFmagazine

12 Ways to Eat Peanut Butter and Jelly: Mousse! Fancy! This recipe uses almond butter and frozen raspberries to whip up a delicious dairy-free dessert (try saying that three times fast). And the hidden ingredient? Avocado. Who knew? #SELFmagazine

12 Ways to Eat Peanut Butter and Jelly: Frozen Pops. Um, why didn't we think of this? With only four ingredients, these treats are so simple that we predict you'll be eating them all summer. #SELFmagazine

12 Ways to Eat Peanut Butter and Jelly: Smoothies! You're already a smoothie queen — why not throw a tablespoon of peanut butter in there to change things up? You'll get a small serving of leafy greens to boot (and you won't even realize it!) #SELFmagazine

Easy Funfetti Layered Birthday Cake - this looks like heaven!

12 Ways to Eat Peanut Butter and Jelly: Quesadilla! This is a great way to use up the whole wheat tortillas you've got leftover from fajita night. Pop one in a skillet, spread with your favorite nut butter, fold, flip, serve. Put your favorite fresh berries on top and you've got a breakfast of champions. #SELFmagazine

12 Ways to Eat Peanut Butter and Jelly: Cookies! Sure, regular sandwiches are great, but cookie sandwiches? Um, yes please. These nut butter cookies require just five ingredients, and then after cooling (if you can wait that long), just put your fave jam in between and eat up. #SELFmagazine

12 Ways to Eat Peanut Butter and Jelly: Cookies. These vegan cookies feature healthy ingredients like almond butter (try our DIY recipe), rolled oats, raw almonds and your favorite jelly. The result? Sharable cookies that your officemates are gonna love. #SELFmagazine

12 Ways to Eat Peanut Butter and Jelly: Scones! How good do these look? They're perfect for a weekend morning, and you get two times the peanut butter flavor — in the body of the scone and in the pb glaze on top. Sign us up. #SELFmagazine