Yes, I think you are fine to include those calories burned so that you can consume more. If you have been doing this a while and are not losing weight, you might want to eat back something less than the total amount burned each day to see if that makes a difference.
I hope that makes sense. Way to go with your workouts!
"I am only one, but I am one. I cannot do everything, but I can do something. And I will not let what I cannot do interfere with what I can do." Edward Everett Hale
I do senior chair exercises at least 3 times a week, sometimes more for approximately 1-1/2 hrs. I strive for a calorie burn of 700. My fit bit records the calories burned. But, when I look at the detail of that exercise, the peak is always the highest percentage and the calorie burn is the very lowest. I use this 700 to be able to consume more calories for the day. My caloric intake for the day is set at 1200, recommended! I am confused by how it is detailed and if I am able to use the calories it says I burn, not the one which goes into further explanation of the activity.